Superfund Analytical Services / Contract Laboratory Program (CLP)
Multi-Media, Multi-Concentration Organics Analysis, SOM02.1
- CBC01.2 - Chlorinated Biphenyl Congeners
- DLM02.2 - Dioxins and Furans
- HRSM01.X - DRAFT CBCs, CDFs, and OCDDs
- 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 SOM02.1 Statement of Work (SOW).
SOM02.1 defines methods for the isolation, detection, and quantitative measurement of trace volatile, low/medium volatile, semivolatile, pesticide, and Aroclor target compounds in water and soil/sediment environmental samples.
SOM02.1 is a new statement of work with significant technical and reporting changes. EPA recommends a thorough review of the document.
SOM02.1 in PDF Format
SOM02.1 Exhibits A-C (PDF) (134 pp, 870K) - Summary of Requirements; Reporting and Deliverables Requirements; and Target Compound List and Contract Required Quantitation Limits
SOM02.1 Exhibit D (PDF) (366 pp, 1.9 MB) - Analytical Methods
SOM02.1 Exhibits E-H (PDF) (246 pp, 1.7 MB) - Quality Assurance/Quality Control Procedures and Requirements; Chain of Custody, Document Control, and Written Standard Operating Procedures; Glossary of Terms; Format for Electronic Data Deliverables; and SOW Appendix
Additional SOM02.1 Documents
Summary of Changes: SOM01.2 to SOM02.0 (2 pp, 73K) - This document highlights the major modifications implemented in the SOM02.1 SOW.
Summary of Changes: SOM02.0 to SOM02.1 (3 pp, 82K)
Equations Utilized in Conjunction with SOM02.0 (9 pp, 231K) - This document provides details of equations used in SOM02.0 utilizing values reported in the Staged Electronic Data Deliverable (SEDD).
SEDD DTD (36K)
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