Title: Table 1: 20 Most Abundant Appendix Organic Constituents in Ground Water at 479 US Waste Disposal Sites
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Title: Table 1: 20 Most Abundant Appendix Organic Constituents in Ground Water at 479 US Waste Disposal Sites
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Abstract: Table 1: 20 Most Abundant Appendix Organic Constituents in Ground Water at 479 US Waste Disposal Sites
General Note: Box 10, Folder 9 ( SF Water Quality-Significant Numbers - 1990's ), Item 4
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Table 1
20 Most Abundant Appendix IX Organic Constituents in Ground Water at 479 US. Waste Disposal Sites'

Detectable Sitese EPA
Rank Appendix IX Constituent Eventsb No. % Regions"
( 1 Dichloromethane 4558 157 32.8 10
2 Trichloroethylene S O 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 1,1,1-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
S 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.
*, C The number of site investigations that detected the constituent in ground water during one or more sampling events.
d The number of EPA Regions within which one or more sites have detected the constituent in ground water.
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