SOIL | Toxic Metals & Mineral Analysis | ID: 412-800-g1865

Aluminium: 2100 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Antimony: 5.55 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Arsenic: 2.28 mg/Kg (2.3%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 100 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Barium: 121 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Beryllium: 0.15 mg/Kg (.3%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 60 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Bismuth: 1.16 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Boron: 10.8 mg/Kg (.2%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 4500 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Cadmium: 0.68 mg/Kg (3.4%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 20 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Calcium: 11448 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Chromium: 9.59 mg/Kg (9.6%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 100 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Cobalt: 2.48 mg/Kg (2.5%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 100 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Copper: 75.7 mg/Kg (1.3%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 6000 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Iron: 3900 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Lead: 87.2 mg/Kg (29.1%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 300 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Lithium: 1.78 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Magnesium: 1763 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Manganese: 104 mg/Kg (2.7%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 3800 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Mercury: 0.169 mg/Kg (.4%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 40 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Molybdenum: 1.75 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Nickel: 14.3 mg/Kg (3.6%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 400 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Phosphorus: 3936 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Potassium: 4489 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Selenium: 0.72 mg/Kg (.4%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 200 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Silver: 0.76 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Sodium: 5653 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Strontium: 34.6 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Sulphur: 4439 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Thallium: 0.16 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Thorium: 1.54 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD:

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Uranium: 0.4 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Vanadium: 8.07 mg/Kg (?%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

Guidelines not available or under review
SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Zinc: 428 mg/Kg (5.8%) | Soil Guideline - Residential A : 7400 mg/Kg | Job #: g1865 | 21/08/2017 | LOD: 0.001

SAMPLE DETAILS: House dust sample from Vacuum cleaner

Getting the most from the results

The Bottom Line

The main purpose of this test is to reveal possible contamination within SOIL of harmful toxic metals.

More than half of these metals are known to be toxic, dangerous, carcinogenic or have unknown effects on humans. Long red bars make it imperative to investigate possible contamination routes and investigate further.

Bar lengths are shown as a percentage of the maximum allowed guideline level of the particular metal. Blue bars indicate the result is under the max allowed level -i.e. under 100%

Guidelines

Contamination Guidelines set a maximum amount of heavy metal or mineral allowed in the SOIL - expressed as mg/kg

Soil contamination Guidelines or Health investigation Levels (HILs), are available for Residential A, Residential B, Recreational use and Industry & Commerce. The guideline levels, however are different for the different intended LAND usage. See the Guidelines page for more details

Clicking on the different guideline buttons shows the same result but visualised with the different guideline upper value

Dive Deeper

There are links within your results that take you to further information. This information is being updated regularly.

All links are in blue. Metal name links take you to the substance profile on Toxno.

Additional information includes your actual result expressed as mg of the metal per kg of soil, the guideline upper value used to visualise the result, the date and lab job number and client sample details. LOD stands for "Limit of Detection"

Balance

Very toxic metals like Lead, Cadmium, Arsenic and Mercury, don't want to be even near 100% of the allowed guideline.

It is paramount to find the source of the heavy metal contamination. Don't let children play around or in suspect soils.

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