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The 20th AnnualNational EnvironmentalMonitoring ConferenceNEMC 2004Monday, July 19th — Friday, July 23rdProceedingsConference: Monday, July 19th – Wednesday, July 21stShort Courses: Thursday, July 22nd – Friday, July 23rdWyndham Washington Hotel1400 M Street, NWWashington, DCILIQUALITY TRAINING FOR THELABORATORY COMMUNITYNEMC is managed by the Independent Laboratory Institute (ILI), in association with the American Council of IndependentLaboratories (ACIL) and Instant References Sources, Inc. under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Environmental ProtectionAgency. ILI is the educational foundation affiliated with the American Council of Independent Laboratories.

NEMC 2004 Organizing CommitteeSymposium Co-Chairs:David Friedman, US EPA, Office of Research and Development, Washington, DCLarry Keith, Instant Reference Sources, Inc., Monroe, GAJan Young, US EPA, Office of Solid Waste, Washington, DCProgram CommitteeAruna Arakali, River Protection Project-Waste Treatment Plant, Richland, WALara Autry, US EPA, Office of Research and Development, RTP, NCJoan Walsh Cassedy, Independent Laboratories Institute, Washington, DCDeana Crumbling, US EPA, Technology Innovation Office, Washington, DCJack Farrell, Analytical Excellence, Inc., Altamonte Springs, FLDaro Ferrara, Westinghouse Savannah River Company, Aiken, SCMaria Gomez-Taylor, US EPA, Office of Water, Washington, DCSkip Kingston, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PADouglas Lipka, U.S. EPA Region 6 Laboratory, Houston, TXDavid E. Mills, NM Department of Health , Albuquerque, NMElizabeth A. Mishalanie, EPA/OECA/OCEFT/NEIC, Denver, ColoradoAnita Mishra, AOAC International, Gaithersburg, MDMarlene Moore, Advanced Systems, Inc., Baltimore, MDAnand R. Mudambi, US EPA, Analytical Operations/Data Quality Center, Washington,DCTony Pagliaro, Bearing Point, McLean, VAJerry Parr, Catalyst LLC, Weatherford, TXOksana Pozda, US EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, Washington, DCLynn Riddick, CSC/DynCorp, Alexandria, VirginiaGrace M. Robiou, US EPA / Water Security Division, Washington, DCDebbie Schatzlein, Niton LLC, Billerica MADeb Szaro, US EPA, Raritan Depot, Edison, NJCharles Sellers, USEPA Headquarters, Washington, DCJoe Solsky, US Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha, NEShannon Sturgeon, US EPA, Office of Solid Waste, Washington, DCGary Ward, Columbia Analytical Services, Kelso, WALlew Williams, Llew Williams Consulting, Naples, FLShen-yi Yang, US EPA, Office of Solid Waste, Washington, DC

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceTable of ContentsWelcome3Overview4Logistics5Hotel Information7Conference at a Glance8Technical Sessions (Titles linked to PowerPoint/Slides)Opening Plenary10Poster Session10Organic Methods – I11Inorganic Methods – I11Ensuring the Integrity of Laboratory Data12Characterization of Mixed Wastes at DOE Sites12Organic Methods – II13Inorganic Methods – II13Assessing Performance of New Methods14Innovative Approaches to Environmental Monitoring14Sampling and Analysis for Homeland Security – I15Laboratory Accreditation – I15Advances in Electronic Data Deliverables – I16Advances in ImplementingMeasurement g and Analysis for Homeland Security – II17Laboratory Accreditation – II17Advances in Electronic Data Deliverables – II18Roundtable: Changing Federal Requirements to Manage EnvironmentalData Quality18Short Courses18Papers (Titles linked to papers)Poster Session19Organic Methods – I20Inorganic Methods – I201

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceEnsuring the Integrity of Laboratory Data21Characterization of Mixed Wastes at DOE Sites21Organic Methods – II22Inorganic Methods – II22Assessing Performance of New Methods23Innovative Approaches to Environmental Monitoring23Sampling and Analysis for Homeland Security – I24Laboratory Accreditation – I24Advances in Electronic Data Deliverables – I24Advances in ImplementingMeasurement g and Analysis for Homeland Security – II25Laboratory Accreditation – II26Advances in Electronic Data Deliverables – II26Roundtable: Changing Federal Requirements to Manage EnvironmentalData Quality27Author Index369Notes3752

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceWelcomeWelcome to the 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring Conference – NEMC2004. The conference is managed by the Independent Laboratories Institute (ILI) inassociation with the American Council of Independent Laboratories (ACIL) and InstantReference Sources, Inc. under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. EnvironmentalProtection Agency (U.S. EPA). The symposium series was established as a means offostering a partnership among the regulated community, its supporting laboratories andconsultants and state and federal regulators. Key to implementing these goals are thetechnical sessions, composed of both oral and poster presentations, the table topexposition and a varied offering of short courses.The conference has continued to grow and diversify in spite of difficult economic andgeopolitical times. This year again we have over 100 technical presentations in fourconcurrent oral presentation sessions, a poster session and a plenary session. This tieslast year's record for this venerable conference, long-known as the Waste Testing andQuality Assurance Symposium (WTQA). In this year’s program, you will find papers thatcover all aspects of environmental monitoring in all media (i.e., water, air, soil andwastes). Participants include experts from private industry, public agencies engaged inenvironmental monitoring (e.g., U.S. EPA, DOE, DoD and States) and academia.In addition to the long-standing sessions on organic methods and inorganic methods,we have added several new topics this year. For example, environmental monitoring asit relates to homeland security, laboratory accreditation, ensuring the integrity oflaboratory data, analysis of DOE mixed wastes, assessing the performance of newmethods and innovative approaches to environmental monitoring. Leveraging onpopular topics from last year we have sessions on advances in implementation of theTriad approach and measurement uncertainty and also advances in electronic datadeliverables. Finally, a round-table discussion on changing federal requirements tomanage environmental data will present the newest information on this subject.Complementing the technical sessions are plenary session presentations from leadersin government and industry, a large table-top exposition and three short courses.Join us in a relaxed atmosphere at the complimentary Opening Reception on Mondayevening. This reception is sponsored in part by the generous contributions of AnnualReviews, Dionex Corporation, Environmental Research Programs, EnvironmentalResources Associates, Environmental Standards, Inc. and Severn Trent Laboratories.Enjoy the conference, learn about changing technology, make new contacts, visit withold friends and let us know how we can help you.3

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceOverviewGeneral ScheduleAll sessions will take place at the Wyndham Washington Hotel, located at 1400 M Street, NWWashington, DC (Phone: 202-429-1700). Technical presentations and other sessions will runconcurrently to allow participants the opportunity to attend those sessions most relevant tothem. Opening Plenary SessionThe opening plenary session will be held Monday, July 19th from 2:00–4:30 pm in the MonticelloEast and Monticello West rooms. Oral SessionsConcurrent oral sessions will be held in four adjacent rooms on the Lobby Level from 8:15 am to5:15 pm on July 20–21, 2004. Morning and afternoon sessions have three initial 30-minutepresentations (which include time for questions), a 45 minute refreshment break and three final30-minute presentations. Concurrent times for each presentation facilitate moving amongvarious presentations if desired. Poster SessionsAll posters will be on display Tuesday, July 20th in the Vista B and C Ballrooms along with theTable Top Exhibition. Authors will be available to discuss their work from 9:45–10:30 am andfrom 3:00–3:45 pm each day. These times correspond to the breaks in the oral presentations.Poster boards 4' X 8' (with pins supplied) will be arranged for easy viewing and discussions withauthors. Short CoursesShort courses will be offered Thursday and Friday, July 22 and 23, the days after theconference and each has an additional registration fee. Two full-day courses and one two-daycourse are offered. Table Top ExhibitionThe Table Top Exhibition is in the Vista B and C Ballrooms along with the poster sessions. Theexhibition is a feature of the Opening Reception on Monday evening from 5:00–6:30 pm andcontinues Tuesday and Wednesday, July 20-21 in conjunction with the poster presentations (onJuly 20) and the morning and afternoon refreshment breaks. Opening ReceptionThe opening reception will be held Monday, July 19th from 5:00–6:30 pm in the Vista B and CBallrooms. Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and soft drinks will be served and a cash bar will alsobe available. The Table Top Exhibition is also a featured attraction of this reception. Pleaseextend your thanks to representatives from Annual Reviews, Dionex Corporation, EnvironmentalResearch Programs, Environmental Resources Associates, Environmental Standards, Inc. andSevern Trent Laboratories who graciously contributed funds to help make this event possible atno cost to you.4

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceLogistics RegistrationRegistration for the conference will be in the Woodlawn Room on the conference level (see map onpage 6). Registration hours are 7:30 am–5:00 pm on Monday, July 19 through Wednesday, July 21and 7:30 am–11:00 am on Thursday, July 22. Registrants may pick up name badges andregistration materials during these hours. Facilities for on-site registration will be available at theregistration desk. Continental Breakfast & Refreshment BreaksA continental breakfast, in addition to morning and afternoon refreshment breaks, is provided for allconference registrants on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 20–21 from 7:30–8:30 am. The breakfastand all breaks are held in the Vista B and C Ballrooms in conjunction with the Table Top Exhibitionand the poster sessions. Conference Abstracts and ProceedingsConference Abstracts (on a CD-ROM) are in the materials provided to each registrant duringregistration. A few printed copies are also available in the registration area. They are alsoposted on the conference web site under “Conference Abstracts” at www.nemc.us.Conference Proceedings (on a CD-ROM) will be mailed to each conference registrant afterthe meeting. This allows us to provide slides from all presenters who supply them as well asany late manuscripts that are received. Conference Proceedings contain full-length papersfrom authors who submitted them or abstracts from authors who did not submit full papers.These proceedings are produced in conjunction with the American Chemical Society Divisionof Environmental Chemistry. Message Board and Employment Opportunities BoardA communication board serving as a central location for messages and employment notices islocated near the registration desk. Please check the board for messages at least twice a day as youwalk by it. TransportationThe Wyndham Washington Hotel is at 1400 M Street, NW, Washington, DC, six miles from ReaganWashington National Airport, 35 miles from Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) Airport and 40miles from Dulles International Airport. The Capital Beltway is four miles away.Approximate one-way taxi fare from Reagan Washington National is 15 and approximately 40from Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) or Dulles.The Metrorail (subway) System has a stop at Reagan Washington National Airport and one locatedthree blocks from the hotel (McPherson Square on the Blue and Orange lines). One-way cost is 1.70. The Metro runs from 5:30 am until midnight, Monday through Friday 8:00 am until midnight onSaturday and 10:00 am until midnight on Sunday. For specific bus and subway information, contactMetro Transportation at 202-637-7000.Rail TransportationUnion Station provides Amtrak Service. Although group fares are not available, you may call 800872-7245 for more details or to make reservations.5

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring Conference ParkingParking at the hotel costs 14 per day (early bird rates are offered at 6 per day before 9:00 am).Parking is located in a large garage below the hotel.6

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceHotel InformationLocated in the heart of Washington at 1400 M St. NW, the Wyndham Washington Hotelis a beautiful hotel that captures the capital city's dynamic spirit. The atrium lobby offersspectacular skylight views and world-class service. You'll enjoy the comfort andconvenience of the spacious guest rooms with thoughtful amenities such as pillowtopmattresses, cordless phones and high-speed Internet access.When it's time to relax, there is plenty to do. The hotel location makes it easy to enjoyour nation's rich heritage by visiting some of the world-renowned buildings and historicalmonuments found throughout the city. You'll appreciate our country's rich history whenyou visit some of the area's many public exhibits and memorials, such as Capitol Hill,the White House, the National Mall and the Smithsonian Museums. Rooms in which theNEMC Technical Sessions, Seminars, Short Courses and Workshops, Exposition andOpening Reception are shown in the hotel map below.7

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceNEMC 2004 Conference At A Glance – MorningMon. 7/19Tue. 7/20ELAB meeting –(1) Organic MethodsMonticello East and Session #1 – MariaWest RoomsGomez-Taylor and LynnOral PresentationsRiddick8:15–9:45 amNRCCMonticello East RoomEnvironmentalAnalytical Chemist / (2) Inorganic MethodsBreakSession #1 – Shen–yi9:45-10:30 am TechnicianCertificationYang and Skip KingstonExaminationMonticello West RoomOral Presentations East Room10:30 am–noon(3) Ensuring theIntegrity of LaboratoryData Jack Farrell andJoan CassedyPostersVista Ballroom AMorningat break times–9:45–10:30 am(4) Characterization ofMixed Wastes at DOESites – Daro Ferrara andAruna ArakaliEast RoomPoster Session &Exhibition – Vista B &CBall RoomsWed. 7/21(9) Sampling andAnalysis for HomelandSecurity Session #1–Douglas Lipka and DavidMillsMonticello East RoomThur. 7/22Short Course #1 –Implementing thePerformanceApproach - INELA –Part 1 - MarleneMooreMonticello WestRoom(10) LaboratoryAccreditation Session #1– Lara Autry and Jerry Parr Short Course #2Monticello West RoomISO/IEC 17025Overview– Part 1 –James H. Scott(11) Advances inMonticello EastElectronic DataRoomDeliverables Session #1– Anand Mudambi and Joe Short Course #3SolskyInternal Audits andVista Ballroom ACorrective ActionsSystems - Practical(12) Advances inTools forImplementing the Triad Management – Part 1Approach and– Jack FarrellDocumentingVista Ballroom AMeasurement Uncertainty– Deana Crumbling andMarlene MooreEast RoomExhibition- Vista B &C Ball RoomsNoon8Fri. 7/23Short Course #1 –Implementing thePerformanceApproach - INELAPart 3 - MarleneMooreMonticello WestRoom

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceNEMC 2004 Conference At A Glance - AfternoonAfternoonOralPresentations1:30–3:00 pmMon. 7/19Tue. 7/20Wed. 7/21OpeningPlenary(5) Organic Methods Session#2 – Maria Gomez-Taylor andLynn RiddickMonticello East Room(13) Sampling andAnalysis forHomeland SecuritySession #2 – DouglasLipka and David MillsMonticello EastRoom2:00–4:30 pmMonticello East and (6) Inorganic MethodsSession #2 – Shen–yi YangWest Roomsand Skip KingstonBreakMonticello West Room3:00- 3:45 pmMichael H.ShapiroU.S. EPA Office ofOralPresentations Water and FEM3:45–5:15 pm Chair(14) LaboratoryAccreditation(7) Assessing Performance of Session #2 – LaraAutry and Jerry ParrNew Methods – ElizabethMonticello WestMishalanie and Anita MishraRoomVista Ballroom AMichael Gritzuk, (8) Innovative Approaches toPosters atbreaks timesDirector , PhoenixWater ServicesDepartment3:00–3:45 pm Robert P. JohnsDirector, WesternDivision, Office forDomesticPreparedness, U.S.Department ofHomeland Security(15) Advances inElectronic DataDeliverables Session#2 (1/2) – AnandMudambi and JoePoster Session & Exhibition - SolskyVista Ballroom AVista B &C Ball RoomsEnvironmental Monitoring Oksana Pozda and LlewWilliamsEast Room(16) Roundtable:Changing FederalRequirements toManageEnvironmental DataQuality - Mike CarterEast RoomMary KrugerDirector, U.S. EPAOffice of HomelandSecurityExhibition –Vista B &CBall RoomsEveningActivitiesOpeningReceptionVista B &CBall Rooms5:00–6:30 pm9Thur. 7/22Short Course #1 –Implementing thePerformanceApproach - INELA –Part 2 - MarleneMooreVista Ballroom AShort Course #2ISO/IEC 17025Overview– Part 2 –James H. ScottMonticello EastRoomShort Course #3Internal Audits andCorrective ActionsSystems - PracticalTools forManagement – Part2 – Jack FarrellMonticello WestRoomFri 7/23Short Course #1 –Implementing thePerformanceApproach - INELA- Part 4 - MarleneMooreVista Ballroom A

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceTechnical SessionsOpening PlenaryMonday July 19, 2004 - Afternoon Plenary in the Monticello East and West RoomsMichael GritzukDirector, Phoenix Water Services DepartmentMichael H. ShapiroU.S. EPA Office of Water, Chair of the Forum on Environmental Measurements (FEM)Robert P. JohnsDirector, Western Division, Office for Domestic Preparedness, U.S. Department of HomelandSecurityMary KrugerDirector, U.S. EPA Office of Homeland SecurityPoster Session (Titles linked to PowerPoint/Slides)Tuesday, July 20 – Morning and Afternoon Posters in the Vista Ballrooms B -13P-14Authors and Paper TitleRobert Johnson - Rapid Extraction of a Broad Spectrum of Chemical Compounds fromPublic Water Supplies Using EPA Method 3535ABrian A. Schumacher, John H. Zimmerman - Composite Sampling for Soil VOC AnalysisJim Krol - Determination of Perchlorate Anion in High Total Dissolved Solids WaterUsing LC/MS/MSJohn H. Zimmerman, Brian A. Schumacher - To Purge or Not to Purge? VOCConcentration Changes During Line Volume PurgingM. E. Benvenuti, A. E. Aubin, J. P. Romano, J. A. Krol - High Speed Explosives Monitoringusing UPLC Mark Krigbaum - Evaluation of a New Purge-and-Trap On-line Interface for the RealTime Analysis of VOCs in Aqueous StreamsWilliam L. Hall, Jr. - Developing Stakeholder Input and Interaction on EnvironmentalPolicy and Practices: A Summary of the Proceedings of the Environmental Quality &Agriculture ConferenceZoe Grosser, Laura Thompson - Ultratrace Mercury Measurement in the FutureAsoka I. Katumuluwa, Shahla Ameli, Prince A. Kassim - Determination of Non-MetallicInorganic Contaminants in Drinking and Wastewaters using a Simple and RapidDiscrete Multi-Chemistry TechniqueStephen T. Zeiner, David R. Blye, Donald J. Lancaster, Jennifer N. Schott - EvaluatingCalibration Model ReliabilityChatmon Thomas, Deborah Miller-Tuck, Delores E. Willis and Prince A. Kassim - Analysisof Selected Gasoline Oxygenates in Drinking Water and Wastewater Using ModifiedEPA Method 8260BLaura Chambers and Michael L. Duffy - Performance Results From a New Purge-andTrap Sample Concentrator: Eclipsing Old-Style TechnologyLaura Chambers and Michael L. Duffy - Analysis of Oxygenates Using a New Purge-andTrap Sample ConcentratorE. Barry Skolnick and Robert G. Hamilton - “Legacy” Science Suggests ImprovedSurface-Testing Practices for Detection of Dispersed Bioagents (e.g., Bacillusanthracis Spores) in Bioterrorism Response10

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceTuesday, July 20 – Morning – Monticello East Room1Organic Methods Session #1 – Maria Gomez-Taylor and LynnRiddick, Co-ChairsPaperNo.1TimeAuthors and Paper Title8:1528:4539:15Sejal Shah Iyer, David Lineman, H. M. Skip Kingston* - Enhancements andExtensions of Microwave-Assisted Extraction for Environmental ApplicationsDiane Gregg, Dave Kovacs, Meredith Clarage - Comparison of Two Different SolidPhase Extraction/ Large Volume Injection Procedures for Method 8270Clifford T. Schmitt, L.G., L.H.G., Richard W. McManus - Innovative MonitoringSystem to Manage the Risk of Release to the Subsurface Associated withIndustrial and Commercial Uses of Volatile Organic CompoundsBreak - Poster Session, Exposition and Refreshments – Vista B & C Ballrooms9:45410:30511:00611:30Robert S. Johnson - New Technology for Automated Drying andEvaporation/Concentration of Environmental Samples for GC and GC/MSAnalysisJim Krol, Lawrence Zintek - LC/MS Multi-Analyte Screening Method forDeleterious Organics in Drinking WaterDianne L. Poster, Michele M. Schantz, John R. Kucklick, Lane C. Sander, PatriciaSchubert-Ullrich, Holly A. Bamford, Heather M. Stapleton and Stephen A. Wise - TwoNew Particle-related Standard Reference Materials for Organic ContaminantsTuesday, July 20 – Morning – Monticello West Room2Inorganic Methods Session #1 – Shen–yi Yang and Skip Kingston,Co-ChairsPaperNo.7TimeAuthors and Paper Title8:15Shen-yi Yang and Kim Kirkland - National Inorganic Methods Program for RCRA88:4599:15Eric Fischer, Qiang Tu, Stuart Nagourney, Randy England, Brian Buckley Microwave-assisted Solvent Extraction for the Quantitative SimultaneousExtraction of Inorganic Mercury and Methylmercury from SoilsG. M. Mizanur Rahman, H. M. ‘Skip’ Kingston, John C. Kern, Sara W. Hartwell,Raymond F. Anderson and Shen-Yi Yang - Inter-laboratory Validation of EPAMethod 3200 for Mercury Speciation Analysis using Prepared Soil ReferenceMaterialsBreak - Poster Session, Exposition and Refreshments – Vista B & C Ballrooms9:451010:301111:001211:30H. M. Skip Kingston*, Mizanur Rahman, John Kern, Matt Pamuku, Karin Rosen, YeHan, Dingwei Huo, Theo Towns - Elemental Speciation: An Environmental andForensic Challenge and an Approach to the Analysis UncertaintyZoe Grosser, Wilhad Reuter, Pamela Perrone and Ken Neubauer - SimultaneousDetermination of Several Inorganic Species in Water with a Dynamic ReactionCell and ICP/MSMartin Nash, Phil Shaw, Bill Spence, Simon Nelms - New Developments withHPLC-ICP-MS and GC-ICP-MS Instrumentation for Routine Speciation Analysis11

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceTuesday, July 20 – Morning – Vista Ballroom A3PaperNo.1314Ensuring the Integrity of Laboratory Data – Jack Farrell and JoanCassedy, Co-ChairsTimeAuthors and Paper Title8:158:45Michael Daggett - Laboratory FraudJohn J. Pavlick - Compliance and Oversight in the Aftermath of Enron andArthur AndersonArthur Burton - Environmental Laboratory Data Integrity InitiativeBreak - Poster Session, Exposition and Refreshments – Vista B & C Ballrooms159:159:451610:301711:0017B11:30Ken McInerney - Learning, Unlearning and Relearning: The Emergence ofOnline Learning as an Essential Business ToolGary K. Ward; Chuck Wibby, G. Keith Ward, Jr - Performance Test Studies:Integral to Laboratory Data Integrity ProgramsSteve Baker -Tuesday, July 20 – Morning – East RoomCharacterization of Mixed Wastes at DOE Sites – Daro Ferrara andAruna Arakali, Co-Chairs4PaperNo.18TimeAuthors and Paper Title8:15Steven E. Bohrer and Guy M. Marlette - U.S. Department of Energy’s MixedAnalyte Performance Evaluation Program (MAPEP)198:45209:15Richard F. DeVault and James L. Clark - Analysis of Low Molecular WeightOrganic Acids by Ion Chromatography in DOE Tank WastePaul V. Macek, Richard F. DeVault, Raymond T. Heinrich, Brandy L. Wilson Analysis of C1 to C3 Alcohols by Azeotropic Distillation and GC/MS inSimulated DOE Tank WasteBreak - Poster Session, Exposition and Refreshments – Vista B & C Ballrooms9:452110:302211:002311:30Rajat S. Ghosh, Sharon M. Drop and John R. Smith - Performance of AnionExchange Chromatography Method for the Routine Evaluation of MetalCyanide Complexes in Solid Waste LeachatesDaro Ferrara, Alex Cozzi, Christine Langton, Daniel McCabe and Delane Maxwell Demonstrating a Technical Basis for Immobilizing a Radioactive Salt SolutionA. V. Arakali, D. Blumenkranz, L. A. Huffman, J. L. Meehan and J. Yokel Optimization of Regulatory Data Quality Objectives for Hanford VitrificationProcess12

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceTuesday, July 20 – Afternoon – Monticello East Room5Organic Methods Session #2 – Maria Gomez-Taylor and LynnRiddick, Co-ChairsPaperNo.24TimeAuthors and Paper Title1:30252:00262:30David I. Thal and Kevin Kelly - Decreasing GPC Cleanup Time for PCBs andPCDD/PCDFs Using Mobile Phase ModificationWayne J. Whipple and Troy Strock – Low-Cost PCB Congener Analysis UsingSolid Phase Extraction and Gas Chromatography-Tandom Ion Trap MassSpectrometry DetectionLynn Riddick, Joan Cuddeback, Maria Gomez-Taylor, Bill Telliard - Validation ofEPA Method 1668A for PCB CongenersBreak - Poster Session, Exposition and Refreshments – Vista B & C Ballrooms3:00273:45284:15294:45Jianping Chen, Shili Liu and Peter Zack - Analyzing Oxygenates in EnvironmentalSamples by P&T/GC/MSH. Griffith, A. Tipler, L. Marotta - Headspace Trapping Technology with GC/MS forDetermining Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Environmental SamplesKeith Strout, Michael Zimmerman, Clyde Hedin - Comparison of 1,4-Dioxane as aVolatile and Semivolatile Analyte in Single and Multi-Laboratory StudiesTuesday, July 20 – Afternoon – Monticello West Room6Inorganic Methods Session #2 – Shen–yi Yang and Skip Kingston,Co-ChairsPaperNo.30TimeAuthors and Paper Title1:30Bruce Richter, Sheldon Henderson, Doug Later and Rosanne Slingsby Accelerated Solvent Extraction (ASE) as a Sample Extraction Technique forPerchlorate in Solid Matrices312:00322:303:00Robert P. Di Rienzo, Kham Lin, Thomas T. McKay and Richard W. Wade Analysis of Perchlorate in Drinking Water, Groundwater, Saline Water, Soil andBiota by LC/MSJay Gandhi and Joe Hedrick - Perchlorate in Various Vegetables by IC/MSBreak - Poster Session, Exposition and Refreshments – Vista B & C Ballrooms33343:454:15354:45Jon S. Kauffman - LC/MS/MS Applications in the Environmental LaboratoryThomas W. Pearson - Field Analysis of Chromium VI During and AfterRemediation of a Former Chrome-Plating FacilityEl-Nady, F. E. and E. A. Assery - Monitoring of Trace Element Air Pollution atUrban Countries Along the Red Sea Coast13

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceTuesday, July 20 – Afternoon – Vista Ballroom A7Assessing Performance of New Methods – Elizabeth Mishalanieand Anita Mishra, Co-ChairsPaperNo.36TimeAuthors and Paper Title1:30Barry Lesnik – Methods’ Development and Methods’ Validation for the RCRAProgram Including Both Program and Individual User Validation Applications372:00Michele M. Schantz, Dianne L. Poster, John R. Kucklick and Stephen A. Wise - PerformanceBased Quality Assurance Programs for the Determination of Organic Species in MarineTissue, Marine Sediment and Air Particulate Samples382:30Amy Dindal and Stephen Billets – U.S. EPA SITE Program PerformanceVerification Testing of Monitoring and Measurement Technologies for Dioxinand Dioxin-like Compounds in Soil and SedimentBreak - Poster Session, Exposition and Refreshments – Vista B & C Ballrooms3:00393:45404:15414:45Mike Purcell - Benefits of Nitrogen Monitoring by High TemperatureCombustion (HTC)Yi He, Yan Zheng and David C. Locke - Cathodic Stripping VoltammetricSpeciation of µg/L Level Arsenic in Water SamplesKeith Strout, Michael Zimmerman, Clyde Hedin - Evaluation of InterlaboratoryStudy Data using Vacuum Distillation Unit (VDU) and Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) AnalysisTuesday, July 20 – Afternoon – East RoomInnovative Approaches to Environmental Monitoring – OksanaPozda and Llew Williams, Co-Chairs8PaperNo.42TimeAuthors and Paper Title1:30Ron Moore, James Parker and Linda Freeman - Out-of-the-BoxAutomated Data Validation432:00442:303:00Mark Bruce, Ping Li, Raymond Risden, Riley Salmons, James Boyle, Terry Wright,Kaniz Siddiqui, Beverly Head, Ty Gouda - Avoiding Sewer Fires with Vapor SpaceOrganics MonitoringMark L. Bruce - Particle Size Reduction and Subsampling of Solid MaterialsBreak - Poster Session, Exposition and Refreshments – Vista B & C Ballrooms453:45464:15474:45Approach toSimon Nelms, Bill Spence, Martin Nash - Ultra-trace Quantification and IsotopeRatio Measurement of Uranium in Urine: A Monitoring Technique for TroopsA. D. Sauter and L. Williams - Less is More: Induction Based Fluidics and theNanoliter-Microliter "Syringe"Carol Thielen - Case Studies of Two Innovative Field Technologies using GCand GC/MS14

NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monitoring ConferenceWednesday, July 21 – Morning – Monticello East Room9PaperNo.484950Sampling and Analysis for Homeland Security Session #1 –Douglas Lipka and David Mills, Co-ChairsTimeAuthors and Paper Title8:158:459:15L. Williams - Inside and Outside the BoxPeter Stein - Using Sensor Networks to Detect Biological ThreatsElias Greenbaum and Miguel Rodriguez - AquaSentinel: A Continuous MonitoringBiosensor System for Primary-Source Drinking Water ProtectionBreak - Poster Session, Exposition and Refreshments – Vista B & C Ballrooms9:45515210:3011:005311:30Charles Call and Ezra Merrill - Bioaerosol Sensors for Homeland SecurityOba L. Vincent - Standardized Analytical Methods (SAM) for Homeland SecuritySample AnalysisDeborah Dixon Walker - Sampling and Analysis Considerations at ChemicalWarfare Materiel SitesWednesday, July 21 – Morning – Monticello West Room10Laboratory Accreditation Session #1 – Lara Autry and Jerry Parr,Co-ChairsPaperNo.54TimeAuthors and Paper Title8:15Lara Autry and Jerry Parr - Historical Perspective on the NELAC Model558:45569:15Rachael E. Trimpert - Laboratory Response Network-Chemical: Quality Ass

Gary Ward, Columbia Analytical Services, Kelso, WA Llew Williams, Llew Williams Consulting, Naples, FL Shen-yi Yang, US EPA, Office of Solid Waste, Washington, DC . NEMC 2004 – 20th Annual National Environmental Monit