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User’s Guide for MTCATPH 12.0 & MTCASGL 12.0: Workbook tools for calculating soil and groundwater cleanup levels under the Model Toxics Control Act Cleanup Regulation
User’s Guide for MTCATPH 12.0 & MTCASGL 12.0: Workbook tools for calculating soil and groundwater cleanup levels under the Model Toxics Control Act Cleanup Regulation (Number of pages: 129) (Publication Size: 2817KB)
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|Author(s)||Andrew Kallus; Hun Seak Park|
|Description||The MTCATPH Version 12.0 Workbook is a tool that may be used to calculate Method B and/or Method C cleanup levels for petroleum mixtures in soil and groundwater based on protection of human health and the environment. The MTCASGL Version 12.0 Workbook is a tool that may be used to calculate Soil and Groundwater Cleanup Levels for individual hazardous substances. This updated User’s Guide for MTCATPH & SGL introduces users to the features of the Version 12.0 Excel-based Workbooks.
Nov 2023: Published User’s Guide for MTCATPH 12.0 & MTCASGL 12.0
Dec 2007: Published User’s Guide for MTCATPH 11.1 & MTCASGL 11.0
Dec 2001: Published User’s Guide for MTCATPH and MTCASGL
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|Contact||Andrew Kallus at 360-828-2952 or email@example.com|
|Keywords||Total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH), Model Toxic Control Act, soil, toxics, water, groundwater, extractable petroleum hydrocarbons (EPH), individual hazardous substances, Method B cleanup level, workbook, Method C cleanup level, volatile petroleum hydrocarbons (VPH)|
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