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Soil Gas Sampling at Great Western Malting Company, Vancouver, Washington - September 1992

Publication number Date Published
93-e36January 1993
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Author(s) Marti, P.
Description Soil gas and ground water samples were collected as part of a preliminary Site Hazard Assessment (SHA) in September 1992, at the Great Western Malting Co. in Vancouver, Washington. Trichloroethylene (TCE) has been detected in two Great Western Malting Co. production wells since 1989. Soil gas samples were collected from 33 stations to provide information on possible source areas of the TCE contamination. A portable gas chromatograph was used to analyze the soil gas samples in the field.
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Keywords gas chromatograph, soil, hazard, sampling, wells, water, assessment, survey, soil gas, laboratory, groundwater, ground water
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area CR Columbia River