Superfund Analytical Services / Contract Laboratory Program (CLP)
Multi-Media, Multi-Concentration High Resolution Superfund Methods, HRSM01.1
- CBC01.2 - Chlorinated Biphenyl Congeners
- DLM02.2 - Dioxins and Furans
- HRSM01.1 - CBCs, CDFs, and CDDs
- ISM01.3 - Inorganics (Metals and Cyanide)
- ISM02.1 - Inorganics (Metals and Cyanide)
- SAV01.X - DRAFT Volatile Organics in Air
- SOM01.2 - Organics
- SOM02.1 - Organics
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This page contains information about the High Resolution Superfund Methods (HRSM01.1) Statement of Work (SOW).
As of April 2014, the most recent draft version of the CLP High Resolution Superfund Methods (Multi-Media, Multi-Concentration) SOW (HRSM01.1) has been posted below. HRSM01.1 defines the analytical methods for the isolation, detection, and quantitative measurement of chlorinated biphenyl congeners (CBCs) and/or 17 2,3,7,8-substituted tetra through octa chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (CDDs) and chlorinated dibenzofurans (CDFs) in aqueous/water, soil/sediment, sludge, tissue (non-human), biosolids, ash, oil, and aqueous/water oily matrices.
HRSM01.1 is a new statement of work with significant technical and reporting changes. EPA recommends a thorough review of the document.
HRSM01.1 in PDF Format
HRSM01.1 Exhibits A-C (PDF) (96 pp, 737K) - Summary of Requirements; Reporting and Deliverables Requirements; and Target Analyte List with Contract Required Quantitation Limits
HRSM01.1 Exhibit D (PDF) (202 pp, 1.5 MB) - Analytical Methods
HRSM01.1 Exhibits E-H (PDF) (82 pp, 450K) - Quality Assurance/Quality Control Procedures and Requirements; Chain of Custody, Document Control, and Written Standard Operating Procedures; Glossary of Terms; and Format for Electronic Data Deliverables
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