Hach Methods Approved/accepted By The USEPA

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HACH COMPANYPO Box 389 Loveland, Colorado 80539-0389970-669-3050 Fax: 970-669-2932http://www.hach.comHach Methods approved/accepted by the USEPAEffective: December 1, 1999Dear Customer,Hach is providing the attached copy of United States Environmental Protection Agency letter,dated June 17, 1996, as a service to you to help you document your compliance with USEPAregulatory reporting requirements.These Hach methods for drinking water and wastewater analysis have been reviewed by theUSEPA and are either approved or accepted by the Agency for regulatory monitoring.Additionally, for Hach methods that received USEPA Acceptance or Approval after June 17,1996, Federal Register citations and individual USEPA letters are provided as follows:USEPA-APPROVED HACH METHODS1:On December 1, 1999, two Hach methods received USEPA Approval for Drinking Watercompliance monitoring. Documentation for these methods can be found in the Federal Register(Dec. 1, 1999, FR Vol. 64, No. 230, 67449-67467) and will be published in 40 CFR 141. Thetwo USEPA-Approved methods are: Hach Method 10029, m-ColiBlue24 Method for the Determination ofTotal Coliforms and E.coli for use in Total Coliform Rule compliancemonitoring2 . Hach Method 1001, Determination of Lead, for use in Lead and CopperRule compliance monitoring.USEPA-ACCEPTED HACH METHODS1 : The attached letter dated March 1, 1999, accepts Hach Method 8190 forDetermination of Total Phosphorous for use in NPDES compliancemonitoring. The attached letter dated March 1, 1999 also accepts Hach Method 8048for Determination of Orthophosphate for use in NPDES and NPDWRcompliance monitoring. The letter dated April 20, 1998, accepts Hach Method 8195 forDetermination of Turbidity, which cites Hach StablCal Standards asprimary calibration standards, for use in NPDES and NPDWRcompliance monitoring.

The USEPA letter dated February 26, 1997, accepts Hach Method 10014,Ultra Low Range Total Residual Chlorine (DPD Method), and HachMethod 10025, Total Residual Chlorine by Amperometric BackTitration, for NPDES compliance monitoring.Note: There is an error in the Hach Method Number for thedichromate reflux titration method for Chemical OxygenDemand. In the USEPA letter the Hach Method Number isgiven as 8230; the correct method number is 8116.Note: As of May 1999, Hach Method 8005 for TotalRecoverable Oil and Grease is no longer accepted for reportingpurposes.HACH EQUIVALENT METHODS1 :The final pages list Hach Methods that have been determined by Hach to be equivalent to USEPAreference methods. These methods meet or exceed the specification criteria stated in applicableUSEPA methods.If you have any questions, please contact a Hach customer service representative or RegulatoryAffairs at 1-800-227-4224 or 970-669-3050.footnotes:1USEPA-Approved Methods: The USEPA has evaluated and approved new technological methodsdeveloped by Hach Company. All USEPA-Approved methods are cited in the Federal Register andcompiled in the Code of Federal Regulations.USEPA-Accepted Methods: The USEPA has reviewed Hach methods and accepted them for use incompliance monitoring. These methods are defined by USEPA as acceptable versions of previouslyapproved methods. These methods are not published in the Federal Register nor in the Code of FederalRegulations. The USEPA documents Acceptance in a formal letter to Hach Company. A facsimile ofthe USEPA- Acceptance letter is available upon request.Hach Equivalent Methods: All USEPA-Approved methods have specification criteria built into theirprocedural steps. When Hach methods meet or exceed these specification criteria, as determined byHach, they are deemed to be equivalent. Analysts wishing to use these methods for reporting purposesshould contact the appropriate regulatory bodies to determine if equivalency must be established for theirspecific case.2On p. 67451 of the December 1, 1999 Federal Register, two errors appear in section III.A.9: The term“E.coli.” has been accidentally omitted, and m-ColiBlue24 is cited as being applicable to source watermonitoring under the Surface Water Treatment Rule.A correct citation appears in Sect IV. C. 2. where m-ColiBlue24 is correctly discussed as being suitablefor, and listed in the CFR table as being approved for, determinations of the presence or absence of bothtotal coliforms and E. coli. in drinking water for monitoring under the Total Coliform Rule.

16:25SEP-20-2000 FROM US EPA/EAD Washington DCTO9-19706692932P. 02/02,? -"I0rUNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCYWASHINGTON, D.C. 20460Rick DunnRegulatory Affairs CoordinatorHach CompanyPO Box 389Loveland Colorado 80539-0389AUG 2 9 2000OFFICE OFWATERDear Mr. Dunn:We are, pleased to inform you that based on our revicw of your application (ATP Case No.D99- 0004), the Analytical Methods Staff (AMS) and the Office of Ground Water and DrinkingWater (OGWDW) have determined that Hach Method 10126 (Version 2.0; November 15, 1999] forthe determination of chlorine dioxide in drinking water is an acceptable version of the EPA-approvedStandard Method 4500-ClO 2 D [ 19 th Edition]. Therefore, Hach Method 10126 is acceptable forNational Primary Drinking Water Regulations (NPDWR) compliance monitoring. Both the StandardMethod and the Hach Method use DPD (N,N-diethyl-p-phenylenediamine) reagent chemistry andcolorimetry in an equivalent fashion to determine chlorine dioxide concentration.We, appreciate Hach's continued interest in the development of compliance monitoringmethods. If you have any questions regarding our review of your applications, please contact MariaGomez-Taylor (AMS) at 202/260-1639 or 14erb Brass (OGWDW) at 513/569-7936 at yourconvenience.Sincerely,William A. Telliard, DirectorAnalytical Methods StaffEngineering and Analysis Division (4303)Herb Brass, Ph.D,Technical Support Center (MS-140)Office of Ground Water and Drinking WaterCC:USEPA Regional Administrators (all Regions)Quality Assurance Managers (all Regions)Water Management Division Directors (all Regions)ATP Coordinators (all Regions)James Westrick, USEPA, OGWDWMaria Gomez-Taylor, USEPA, EADKhouane Ditthavong, USEPA, EADIntermet Address (URL) http://www.epa.govRecycled/Recyclable Printed with Vegetable Oil Based Inks on Recycled Paper (Minimum 20'/. Postconsumer)TOTAL P.020

The USEPA letter dated February 26, 1997, accepts Hach Method 10014, Ultra Low Range Total Residual Chlorine (DPD Method), and Hach M

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