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Al. Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for World Trade Center (Wtc) Residue Sampling New York City. New York

By Environmental Protection Agency

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Title: Al. Generic Quality Assurance Project Plan for World Trade Center (Wtc) Residue Sampling New York City. New York  
Author: Environmental Protection Agency
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Language: English
Subject: Ecology, Natural resource issues, Environemtal protection
Collections: Environmental Awareness Library Collection
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Publisher: United States Environmental Protection Agency

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Excerpt: A. PROJECT MANAGEMENT This project generic Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) was prepared in accordance with EPA Requirements for Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs), EPA QA/R-5 and the Response Engineering and Analytical Contract (REAC) Program QAPP, A3. DISTRIBUTION LIST The following personnel will receive copies of the approved QAPP for the World Trade Center (WTC) Residue Sampling, Work Assignment (WA) No. 0-089. 1. Rajeshmal Singhvi, Environmental Protection Agency/Environmental Response Team (EPA/ERT) Work Assignment Manager (WAM) 2. Jacky Rosati, EPA, Research Triangle Park. North Carolina (NC) 3. Eletha Brady-Roberts, National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC) 4. Jeffrey Bradstreet, REAC Air Response Section Leader/Task Leader (TL)/Quality Control (QC) Coordinator 5. Deborah Killeen, REAC Quality Assurance Officer (QAO) 6. Dennis Miller, REAC Program Manager

Table of Contents
A2. TABLE OF CONTENTS A. PROJECT MANAGEMENT Al. TITLE PAGE ............................................................................................................................... 1 A2. TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................................................... 2 A3. DISTRIBUTION LIST ................................................................................................................ 3 A4. PROJECT ORGANIZATION ...................................................................................................... 3 A5. PROBLEM DEFINITION ............................................................................................................ 3 A6. PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND SCHEDULE .......................................................................... 4 A7. DATA QUALITY OBJECTIVES AND CRITERIA FOR MEASUREMENT OF DATA .................................................................................................................................. 4 A8. TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION ........................................................................................... 4 A9. DOCUMENTS AND RECORDS ................................................................................................. 5 B. DATA GENERATION AND ACQUISITION ........................................................................................... 5 Bl. SAMPLING PLAN DESIGN ..................................................................................................... 5 B2. SAMPLING METHODS .............................................................................................................. 6 B3. SAMPLE HANDLING AND CUSTODY .................................................................................. 6 B4. ANALYTICAL METHODS ......................................................................................................... 6 B5. QUALITY CONTROL ................................................................................................................ 7 B6. INSTRUMENT/EQUIPMENT TESTING, INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE .................... 7 B7. INSTRUMENT/EQUIPMENT CALIBRATION AND FREQUENCY ........................................ 7 BS. INSPECTION/ACCEPTANCE OF SUPPLIES AND CONSUMABLES .................................. 7 NON-DIRECT MEASUREMENTS ............................................................................................. 7 B9, BIO. DATA MANAGEMENT ........................................................................................................... 7 C. ASSESSMENT/OVERSIGHT ................................................................................................................. 8 Cl. ASSESSMENT AND RESPONSE ACTIONS ............................................................................. 8 C2. REPORTS TO MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................. 8 D. DATA VALIDATION AND USABILITY ................................................................................................. 9 DI. DATA REVIEW, VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION ........................................................... 9 D2. VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION METHODS .................................................................. 9 D3. RECONCILIATION WITH USER REQUIREMENTS ................................................................ 9 REFERENCES ......................................................................................................................................................... 9 TABLE 1 - FIELD SAMPLING SUMMARY ......................................................................................................... 10

 

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