Title: Table 1: 20 Most Abundant Appendix IX Organic Constitutents in Ground Water at 479 U.S. Waste Disposal Sites
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Title: Table 1: 20 Most Abundant Appendix IX Organic Constitutents in Ground Water at 479 U.S. Waste Disposal Sites
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Table 1: 20 Most Abundant Appendix IX Organic Constitutents in Ground Water at 479 U.S. Waste Disposal Sites, Winter 1994
General Note: Box 8, Folder 5 ( Vail Conference, 1995 - 1995 ), Item 54
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20 Most Abundant Appendix IX Organic Constituents in Ground Water at 479 US. Waste Disposal Sites"

Detectable Sites' EPA
Rank Appendix IX Constituent Eventsb No. % Regionsd
1 Dichloromethane 4558 157 32.8 10
2 Trichloroethylene 4001 132 27.6 10
3 Tetrachloroethylene 2913 111 23.2 10
4 trans 1,2-Dichloroethylene 2357 116 24.2 10
5 Chloroform 2137 89 18.6 10
6 1,1-Dichloroethane 1706 108 22.5 10
7 1,1-Dichloroethylene 1653 75 15.7 10
8 1,1,l-Trichloroethane 1609 101 21.1 10
9 Toluene 1430 131 27.3 10
10 1,2-Dichloroethane 1339 82 17.1 10
11 Benzene 1169 120 25.1 10
12 Ethylbenzene 733 109 22.8 10
13 Phenol 679 79 16.5 10
14 Chlorobenzene 662 86 18.0 10
15 Vinyl chloride 580 79 16.5 10
16 Carbon tetrachloride 484 32 6.7 9
17 bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 383 89 18.6 10
18 Naphthalene 369 61 12.7 9
19 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 270 37 7.7 10
20 Chloroethane 269 61 12.7 10

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b Reported number of times the constituent concentration in ground water exceeded detection limits.
SThe number of site investigations that detected the constituent in ground water during one or more sampling events.
d The nuZpr of EPA Regions within which one or more sites have detectedC constituent in ground water.
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