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Dana, M.T.
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D22 Main Committee Meeting Page 13 of 13 April 9, 1997 The By-Laws reference the Policy for Committee Payment of Travel Expenses and the Travel Reimbursement Guidelines. 10.7.3 Chairman Iske stated that a revised version will be issued to the Main Committee at the ASTM Fall Meeting. If it gets approval by membership, it will then go to COTCO for approval. 11. Main Committee adjourned at 3:02 PM 12. Reconvene Executive Subcommittee at 3:05 PM for Vote on the recommendation of the Awards Committee. Respectfully submitted by Y ! Co;~ William E. Oatess, Secretary of D22
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D22 Executive Subcommittee Meeting Page 15 of 15 April 7, 1997 entirety by the responsible subcommittee and shall be letter balloted for reapproval, revision, or withdrawl within five years of its last approval date. If no ballot is in process to update the standards as of January 1 of the sixth year since its last approval date, a ballot for withdrawal will be issued automatically by ASTM Headquarters to Concurrent Subcommittee and Main Committee ballot. Chairman Iske indicated that the original statement allowed for seven years instead of six years since the last approval date. A motion was made by Richard Danchik to approve the revision. The motion was seconded by Bob Lewis. The motion carried by a hand count of 11 affirmatives 1 necative and 0 abs entions 13. Executive Subcommittee Meeting Adjourned at 11:24 AM Respectfully submitted by 1/utit" `•1 %-~.W4-0 William E. Oatess, Secretary D22 Attachments A, B, C, and D NOTE: The Executive Subcommittee reconvened at 6:30 PM, April 7, 1997, and adjourned at 6:05 PM in order to continue incompleted discussions; the discussions of that reconvenement are included within the above minutes. The Executive Subcommittee reconvened at 3:05 PM, April 9, 1997, in order to discuss the recommendation made by the Awards Committee, to give an Honorary Award to (name omitted). The item was approved by the Executive Subcommittee. A motion was made by Richard Danchik to award (name omitted) as an Honorary Member. The motion was seconded by Mark Peden. The motion carried by a hand o nt o 9 affirma ves 0 negatives, and 0 abstentione The meeting was adjourned at 3:20 PM.
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ITEM SUB ACTION PAGE 3 MAIN COMMITTEE BALLOT REPORT D22 (97-01) 03/13/97 . AFF NEG ABST PCNj 006 05 REVISION OF D5197-92 TECHNICAL CONTACT i ROBERT G LEWIS - NEGATIVE VOTERSe (MAIN ONLY) )( KEVIN ASHLEY(WITHDRAWN) COMMENTS: DENNIS LAUDAL (MAIN ONLY) RICHARD W BISHOP (MAIN/SUB) IVAN E LEIGH (MAIN/SUB)- IRENE D DEGRAFF (MAIN/SUB) MICHAEL'WOGDEN' (MAIN/SUB) CARLTON 0 HOMMEL (MAIN/SUB) WILLIAM E OATESS 007 05 REVISION W/TITLE CHG OF D5438-94 TECHNICAL CONTACT xROBERT G LEWIS NEGATIVE VOTERS: (MAIN/SUB) G LARRY EITEL (MAIN ONLY) * KEVIN ASHLEY (MAIN ONLY) N BARNEY BURROUGHS (MAIN/SUB) WAYNE R THOMANN (MAIN ONLY) x JERRY J TULIS COMMENTS: (MAIN/SUB) CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 008 06 NEW STANDARD PRACTICE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE PROTOCOLS FOR THE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF ATMOSPHERIC WET DEPSITION NEGATIVE VOTERS: JOHN C SYNNOTT COMMENTS: DENNIS LAUDAL REGINALD C JORDAN CARLTON 0 HOMMEL WILLIAM E OATESS NON-OFFICIAL VOTING MEMBER:* INDICATES SUB;  INDICATES MAIN D22 102.00 0.00 119.00 100.00 D22.0500 64.00 0.00 63.00 100.00' D22 87.00 3.00 131.00 96.66 D22.0500 54.00 2.00 71.00 96.42 D22 72.00 1.00 148.00 98.63 CN ~ SLSZ TBTZS
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MAIN COMMITTEE BALLOT REPORT 922 (97-01) ITEM SUS ACTION (MAIN/SUB) DAVID L BARTLEY CHAIN ONLY) * KEVIN ASHLEY (MAIN ONLY) DOUGLAS P FOWLER . ' (MAIN ONLY) MICHAEL W OGDEN COMMENTS: (MAIN ONLY) SHIRLEY TURNER (MAIN ONLY) CARLTON 0 HOMMEL PAGE 2 03/13/97 AFF NEG ABST PCNT- 003 04 REVISION W/TITLE CHO OF D5337-92 D22 111.00 3.00 107.00 97.36 TECHNICAL CONTACT i KENNETH E WILLIAMS D22.0400 32.00 0.00 23.00 100.00 NEGATIVE VOTERSt . ' CHAIN ONLY) REGINALD C JORDAN (NAIN ONLY) DOUGLAS P FOWLER (MAIN ONLY) MICHAEL.W OGDEN COMMENTS: . . (MAIN ONLY)  DOUGLAS E SHATTUCK (MAIN ONLY) ANDREW TIPLER. CHAIN ONLY) CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 004 05 NEW STANDARD GUIDE FOR EVALUATING THE ABILITY OF D22 77.00 3.00 141.00 96.25 INDOOR MATERIALS TO SUPPORT MICROBIAL GROWTH USING STATIC ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMBERS NEGATIVE VOTERS: H BARNEY BURROUGHS THOMAS S CALZAVARA WAYNE R THOMANN  JERRY J TULIS ' COMMENTS: JOHN P SPRINGSTON CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 005 05 REVISION OF D5157-91 , D22 104.00 0.00 117.00 - 100.00 TECHNICAL CONTACT : NIREN L NAGDA D22.0500 61.00 0.00 66.00 100.00 .COMMENTS: DENNIS LAUDAL (MAIN ONLY)  KEVIN ASHLEY (MAIN ONLY) C BRIAN HENNESSEY NON-OFFICIAL VOTING MEMBER:R INDICATES SUB; * INDICATES MAIN W ~ 1 ~ SLSZ ZO GTf.S
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A nT,1 Committee D-22 on SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF ATMOSPHERES Chairman: S. D. ALLEN ISKE, Bayer Corporation, P.O. Box 4913, 8400 Hawthorn Rd., Kensa •{' uy I I'j (816-242-2498) FAX 816442 2841 - Yce-Chairman (Administrative): ROBERT G. LEWIS, U.S. EPA, MD-44, Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 (919-541-3065) FAX: 919-541-3527 - Yce-Chairman (Technical): IRENE D. DEGRAFF, Supelco, Inc., Supelco Park, Bellefonte, PA 16823-0048 (814-359-5724) FAX: 814-359-5775 - Yce-Chairman (Membership): MARK E. PEDEN, Illinois State Water Survey, 2204 Griffith Dr., Champaign, IL 61820 (217-333-8325) FAX: 217-333-6540 Secretary: WILLIAM E. OATESS, The Scientific Edge, Inc., 8049 Windham Lake Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46214-1467 (317-291-8876) FAX: 317-291-2063 StalJManager: GEORGE A. LUCIW (610-832-9710) e-mail: gluciw@astm.org Minutes of Committee D22 April 1997 Adam's Mark Hotel - St. Louis, MO PAGE D22 Main Committee 1-13 D22.90 Executive Subcommittee 14-72 D22.01 Quality Control 73-75 D22.03 Ambient Atmospheres 76-80 D22.04 Workplace Atmospheres 81-95 D22.051ndoor Air 96-103 D22.06 Acid Deposition 104-107 D22.07 Asbestos Sampling and Analysis 108-111 D22.09 U.S. TAG for ISOlTC/146 D22.11 Meteorology Mailed Separately 112-113 D22 Long Range Planning 114-115 s City, MO 64120-0013 • ASTM • 100 Barr Harbor Drive • West Conshohocken, PA 19428 2959 USA • Telephone: 610-832-9500 • FAX: 610-832-9666 • e-mail: scrvicer?'astm.org web site: http:l/x~.astm.org 97
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PAGE: 2 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.1100 Meteorology - • CHAIRMAN: JOHN T SNOW ' 405-325-3101 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 ssssssvsssxxxxxsssavaaasssssssexxxxxxxxxx:xaaxssssxxxxxxxxxxssaaxavssssssesxxxaaaasss=xxsssssasassss sssxssass=xxssoasxssss_xxass DESIG NR • ;TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS ' NEWSTD(Z4350Z) METHOD FOR MEASURING ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE USING NEW ACTION - NEW STD RESISTANCE THERMOMETERS'CONTACTe DAVID W GILMORE 516-567-7300 NEWSTD(Z6098Z) PRACTICE FOR MFASURIN[i suRFerF e7wnevueorr Trrnorowruor ea_no ....... ...1 . .... ....... ..~.. ___ _.-_ TOTALS FOR: D22.1100 - _-- ._._ _....._.._ -_ -.. ...--.. .,.....~ .,..w -..cw ~u nw ' WITN ELECTRICAL TEMPERATURE SENSORS (METRIC) CONTACT: DAVID W GILMORE 516-567-7300 STANDARDS TOTALS: APPROVED a 12 NEW UNAPPROVED a 2 ' PROVISIONALS 0 PROPOSALS 0 EMERGENCY 0 WITHDRAWN a 0 **OVERDUE** 0 £6SZ T8ZZS
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. MAIN COMMITTEE BALLOT REPORT D22 (97-01) P03/13/9q BALLOT ISSUE DATE: 01/30/97 CLOSING DATE: 03/06/97 NEXT COMMITTEE MEETING IS 04/07/97 IN ST. LOUIS, MO . THESE ITEMS APPEAR ON FEBRUARY 1997 SOCIETY REVIEW STAFF MANAGER: GEORGE LUCIW COMMITTEE OFFICERS: CHAIRMAN V-C V-C SECRETARY SUBCHAIRMAN C0400) (0500) (0600) S D ALLEN ISKE JR MARK E PEDEN ROBERT G LEWIS IRENE D DEGRAFF WILLIAM E OATESS RICHARD S DANCNIK HAL LEVIN JANE ROTHERT . *3E3E3Ht*3GC*R3E3E*iFiE3EtHE1E3E*3E*IF~E*3E.~*3Etf3E1F*IF3f3ElF***~F.3F3E*3E3F*iF1EiF3Ett3GCiE1E3GCf fx*xkt**~EiE3F . NO OF ITEMS BALLOTS SENT BALLOTS RETURNED PERCENT RETURN D22 8 304 221 72.69 ' D22.0400 3 67 55 82.08 D22.0500 3.' 169 127 75.14 IHE3f 3E3FlE3f 3E3F3GF3FlE3EiE1FiF3F3Exx3FlIFiF1F3F1F3F3EE3E3E3F)HE3GF3GHflE3f 3GFlf 3EiE3E3EfE3E3E3F3E3E3f1E3HE3f3HHE3f)F3E3E3E3ElF x PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY VOTING MEMBERS ARE COUNTED IN THE TALLY OF BALLOTS. ALSO NOTE THAT NEGATIVE VOTES AND COMMENTS FROM VOTING AND NON-OFFICIAL VOTING MEMBERS SHALL BE CONSIDERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE "REGULATIONS GOVERNING ASTM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES". ITEM SUB ACTION . „ AFF NEG ABST PCNT 001 04 REVISION OF D4599-90 D22 100.00 0.00 121.00 100.00 TECHNICAL CONTACT : DAVID L BARTLEY ' .. .._ D22.0400 29.00 0.00 26.00 100.00 COMMENTS: (MAIN/SUB) IVAN E LEIGH • (MAIN ONLY) REGINALD C JORDAN (MAIN ONLY) * KEVIN ASHLEY 002 04 REVISION OF D4532-92 D22 104.00 5.00 112.00 95.41 TECHNICAL CONTACT . KENNETH E WILLIAMS D22.0400 27.00 3.00 25.00 .90.00 NEGATIVE VOTERS: CMAIN/SUB) ELI SMYRLOGLOUCMAIN/SUB) IVAN E LEIGH NON-OFFICIAL VOTING MEMBER:• INDICATES SUB; * INDICATES MAIN 4L £LSZ T8tZ5
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PAGE: 3 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0400 Workplaee Atmospheres CHAIRMAN: RICHARD S DANCHIK 412-824-2206 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 a=_xxxxaxxxx aaexvxxxsaxvaaasxxxxxxxasavsvxxasvxxxxcaxxxsssaasxsaxxxssaasvaxxxsxassxxaavxxxssaxa aexxxxxaexxaxxxaexxxaax=aa DESIG NR TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS • D6059-96 D6061-96 D6062M-96 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE CONCENTRATION OF AIRBORNE SINGLE-CRYSTAL CERAMIC WHISKERS IN THE WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT BY SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY CONTACT: - PRACTICE FOR EVALUATING THE PERFORMANCE OF RESPIRABLE AEROSOL SAMPLERS . CONTACT: DR DAVID L BARTLEY 513-841-4277 GUIDE FOR PERSONAL SAMPLERS OF HEALTH-RELATED AEROSOL FRACTIONS (METRIC) - • . CONTACT: DR DAVID L BARTLEY 513-841-4277 NEWSTD(P5042) TEST METHOD FOR METAL REMOVAL FLUID AEROSOL IN 97-01 SUB -NEW STD NEt WORKPLACE ATMOSPHERES . . CONTACTf JAMES B D'ARCY~. 810-986-1724 ' NEWSTD(Z6450Z) NEWSTD(Z6451Z) METHOD FOR SAMPLING AND COUNTING AIRBORNE ASBESTOS FIBERS IN THE WORKPLACE, BY PHASED CONTRAST MICROSCOPY TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF AEROSOL HEXAMETHYLENE NEWSTD(Z6452Z) DIISOCYANATE (HDI) IN AIR WITH (METHOXY-2 PHENYL-l) PIPERAZINE (MOPIP) IN THE WORKPALCE TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION'OF GASEOUS HEXAMETHYLENE DIISOCYANATE (HDI) IN AIR WITH 9-(N-METHYLAMINOMETHYL) ANTHRACENE METHOn (MAMA) IN THE WORKPLACE TOTALS FOR: D22.0400 STANDARDS TOTALS: APPROVED = 23 NEW UNAPPROVED = 4 PROVISIONALS = 0 ' PROPOSALS a 0 EMERGENCY = 0 WITHDRAWN a 1 *OVERDUE** = 1 689Z Z8'[ZS
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STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM PAGE: 1 . DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.1100 Meteorology ' CHAIRMAN: JOHN T SNOW • 405-325-3101 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 I DESIG NR TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS D3631-95 TEST METHODS FOR MEASURING SURFACE ATMOSPHERIC - . D4023-82A(1996) D4230-83(1996)E01** D4430-96 D4480-93 D5096-96 D5366-96 D5527-94 D5741-96 D6011-96 E0104-85(1996) E0337-84(1996)E01** F*EXX =*EDITORIAL CHANGES MADE PRESSURE CONTACT: MICHAEL C STURGEON 703-661-1220 TERMINOLOGY RELATING TO HUMIDITY MEASUREMENTS CONTACT: THOMAS J LOCKHART 206-549-2179 TEST METHOD OF MEASURING HUMIDITY WITH COOLED-SURFACE CONDENSATION (DEW-POINT) HYGROMETER CONTACT: THOMAS J LOCKHART 206-549-2179 PRACTICE FOR DETERMINING THE OPERATIONAL COMPARABILITY OF METEOROLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS TEST METHOD FOR MEASURING SURFACE WIND BY MEANS OF *REVIEW FOR BALLOT WIND VANES AND ROTATING ANEMOMETERS TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE PERFORMANCE OF A CUP ANEMOMETER OR PROPELLER ANEMOMETER CONTACT: ROBERT M YOUNG 616-946-3980 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE DYNAMIC PERFORMAMCE OF A WIND VANE PRACTICES FOR MEASURING SURFACE BY ACOUSTIC MEANS CONTACT: CHRISTOPN A BILTOFT WIND AND TEMPERATURE 801-522-5101 PRACTICE FOR CHARACTERIZING SURFACE WIND USING A WIND VANE'AND ROTATING ANEMOMETER CONTACTr THOMAS J LOCKHART 206-549-2179 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE PERFORMANCE OF A SONIC ANEMOMETER/THERMOMETER CONTACT: CHRISTOPH A BILTOFT 801-522-5101 PRACTICE FOR MAINTAINING CONSTANT•RELATIVE HUMIDITY BY MEANS OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS• CONTACT: THOMAS J LOCKHART 206-549-2179 TEST METHOD FOR MEASURING HUMIDITY WITH A PSYCHROMETER (THE MEASUREMENT OF WET- AND DRY-BULB TEMPERATURES) CONTACT: THOMAS J LOCKHART "206-549-2179 C71 ~ Z65Z T8TZ5
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PAGE: 2 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE= 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0300 Ambient Atmospheres and Source Emissions CHAIRMAN: STEPHEN M WISKER 612-941-6780 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 vaae= aeseaaaaaxxxaxxxxxxaaeaaaxaxaxaxaexeexxxxxxxxxxasaxxaaaaaaaaaxaaaxxaaaaaxaxxaxxxxxxxaa=aa=aeeeexxxxx vxxxxa=av__--__xxxe=ax- DESIG NR TITLE. BALLOT ACTIONS D3266-91(1995)E01** TEST METHOD FOR AUTOMATED SEPARATION AND COLLECTION OF PARTICULATE AND ACIDIC GASEOUS FLUORIDE IN THE ATMOSPHERE (DOUBLE PAPER TAPE SAMPLER METHOD) D3267-91C1995)E01** TEST METHOD FOR SEPARATION AND COLLECTION OF PARTICULATE ANDMATER-SOLUBLEGASEDUS FLUORIDES IN THE ATMOSPHERE (FILTER AND IMPINGER METHOD) D3268-91(1995)E01** TEST METHOD FOR SEPARATION AND COLLECTION OF . PARTICULATE AND GASEOUS FLUORIDES IN THE ATMOSPHERE (SODIUM BICARBONATE-COATED GLASS TUBE AND A PARTICULATE FILTER METHOD . D3269-96 TEST METHODS FOR ANALYSIS FOR FLUORIDE CONTENT OF THE ATMOSPHERE AND PLANT TISSUES (MANUAL PROCEDURES) CONTACTr CARLTON 0HOMMEL.:'.- ... 352-315-4324 D3270-91C1995)E01** TEST METHODS FOR ANALYSIS-FOR FLUORIDE CONTENT OF THE ATMOSPHERE AND PLANT TISSUES (SEMIAUTOMATED METHOD) D3442-91(1995)E01** TEST METHOD FOR.GASEOUS.TRITIUMCONTENT OF THE ATMOSPHERE D3464-96 TEST METHOD FOR AVERAGE VELOCITY IN A DUCT USING A THERMAL ANEMOMETER CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL. - 352-31t-4324 . D3608-95 TEST METHOD FOR NITROGEN~OXIDES (COMBINEZ) CONTENT IN THE ATMOSPHERE BY THE GREISS-SALTZMA.: REACTION D3685/D3685M-92 TEST METHODS FOR-SAMPLINGAND.DETERMINATION OF *BALLOT AC?I1N REQ* PARTICULATE MATTER.-IN STACK,:GASES D3824-95 TEST METHODS FOR CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT OF OXIDES OF NITROGEN IN THE AMBIENT'OR-NORKPLACE ATMOSPHERE BY THE CHEMILUMINESCENT.METNOD;:• ":. D4096-91 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF TOTAL SUSPENDED . *OVERDUE-BALLOT REQ* PARTICULATE MATTER IN THE ATMOSPHERE (HIGH VOLUME SAMPLER METHOD) D4323-84(1992) TEST METHOD FOR HYDROGEN SULFIDE IN THE ATMOSPHERE BY RATE OF CHANGE OF REFLECTANCE **EXX = EDITORIAL CHANGES MADE *BALLOT ACTION REQ* 6LSZ t8IZ5
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PAGE: 1 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0700 Sampling and Analysis of Asbestos CHAIRMAN: MICHAEL E BEARD 919-851-5076 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 ---------- DESIG NR TITLE ' BALLOT ACTIONS D5755-95 TEST METHOD FOR MICROVACUUM SAMPLING AND INDIRECT ANALYSIS OF DUST BY TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY FOR ASBESTOS STRUCTURE NUMBER CONCENTRATIONS CONTACT= WILLIAM E LONGO 404-448-3200 D5756-95 TEST METHOD FOR MICROVACUUM SAMPLING AND INDIRECT , ANALYSIS OF DUST BY TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY FOR ASBESTOS MASS CONCENTRATION CONTACTs DREW R VAN ORDEN 412-325-1776 NEWSTDCZ3504Z) TEST METHOD FOR PASSIVE SAMPLING AND INDIRECT ANALYSIS 97-01 SUB -NEW STO MEG OF DUST BY TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY FOR ASBESTOS STRUCTURE NUMBER CONCENTRATION CONTACT: WILLIAM E LONGO 404-448-3200 NEWSTD(Z3505Z) TEST METHOD FOR DIRECT SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF DUST 97-01 SUB -NEW STD NEG BY ELECTRON MICROSCOPY FOR MINERAL FIBERS CONTACT: DREW R VAN ORDEN 412-325-1776 NEWSTD(Z3723Z) TEST METHOD FOR AIRBORNE ASBESTOS CONCENTRATION IN 97-01 SUB -NEW STD NEG NEWSTD(Z6258Z) NEWSTD(Z6259Z) NEWSTD(Z6260Z) NEWSTD(Z6261Z) NEWSTD(Z6592Z) AMBIENT AND INDOOR ATMOSPHERES AS DETERMINED BY TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY DIRECT TRANSFER (TEN) CONTACT: JAMES R MILLETTE PH D 770-662-8509 GUIDE FOR EVALUATION OF ASBESTOS ON SURFACES NEW ACTION - NEW STD TEST METHOD FOR VERIFIED ANALYSIS OF AS@°-:TOS BY TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY TEST METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF ASBESTOS IN BULK NEW ACTION - NEW STD BUILDING MATERIALS CONTACT: IAN M STEWART 412-325-0117 EX 0131 TEST METHOD FOR WIPE SAMPLING AND INDIRECT ANALYSIS OF 97-01 SUB ~ -NEW STD NEG DUST BY TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY FOR ASBESTOS STRUCTURE NUMBER CONCENTRATIONS CONTACT: MS NAOMI S MONTAGUE 305-751-1184 TEST METHOD FOR PASSIVE SAMPLING AND INDIRECT ANALYSIS 97-01 SUB -NEW STD NEG OF DUST BY TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY FOR ASBESTOS MASS CONCENTRATION CONTACT: DREW R VAN ORDEN- 412-325-1776 CJT to 06SZ :S:ZS
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STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM PAGE: 1 DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0500 Indoor Air _ CHAIRMAN: HAL LEVIN 408-425-3946 BOSLOCATION: 11.03 DESIG NR D4861-94A TITLE PRACTICE FOR SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF PESTICIDES AND BALLOT ACTIONS D4947-94 POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS IN AIR CONTACT= DR ROBERT G LEWIS 919-541-3065 PRACTICE FOR CHLORDANE AND HEPTACHLOR RESIDUES IN INDOOR AIR CONTACT: DR ROBERT G LEWIS 919-541-3065 D5014-94 TEST METHOD FOR MEASUREMENT OF FORMALDEHYDE IN INDOOR D5075-96E01** AIR (PASSIVE SAMPLER METHODOLOGY) CONTACT: DR ROBERT G LEWIS 919-541-3065 TEST METHOD FOR NICOTINE AND 3-ETHENYLPYRIDINE IN D5116-90 INDOOR AIR CONTACT: MICHAEL W OGDEN 910-741-5787 GUIDE FOR SMALL-SCALE ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMBER 97-01 SUB -REV 5157-91 DETERMINATIONS OF ORGANIC EMISSIONS FROM INDOOR MATERIALS/PRODUCTS . CONTACT: ANDREW K PERSILY .. 301-975-6418 GUIDE FOR STATISTICAL EVALUATION OF INDOOR AIR QUALITY *OVERDUE* *OVERDUE-BALLOT REQ* MODELS CONTACT: DR NIREN L NAGDA `- 301-540-1300 D5197-92 .. TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF FORMALDEHYDE AND 97-01 MAIN (97/02 SOC) -REV NEG . OTHER CARBONYL COMPOUNDS IN AIR (ACTIVE SAMPLER *COMPLETE BALLOT ACTION* D5221-92 METHODOLOGY) • CONTACTe DR ROBERT GLEWIS- 919-541-3065 TEST METHOD FOR CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT OF FORMALDEHYDE 97-01 SUB -W/D NEG D5438-94 IN AIR CONTACT: DR ROBERT G LEWIS` 919-541-3065 PRACTICE FOR COLLECTION OF-FLOOR DUST FOR CHEMICAL ANA Y ' *COMPLETE '~A.LOT ACTION* 97-01 MAIN ,97/02 SOC) -REV NEG D5466-95 . L SIS CONTACT: DR ROBERT G LEWIS - 919-541-3065 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF VOLATILE ORGANIC CHEMICALS IN ATMOSPHERES.(CANISTER . SAMPLING METHODOLOGY) CONTACT: RAYMOND G MERRILL "919-461-1236 D5791-95 GUIDE FOR USING PROBABILITY SAMPLING METHODS IN , STUDIES OF INDOOR AIR QUALITY IN BUILDINGS CONTACT: ROY W WHITMORE 919-541-5809 **EXX = EDITORIAL CHANGES MADE fA. 1 S85Z T82ZS
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PAGE: 1 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE= 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEEa D22.0600 Atmospheric Deposition _ CHAIRMAN: MS JANE ROTHERT 217-333-7942 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 xzaxxzxxxmzsvza=eevxxx==..xxzxxz..a.vxzzxxxxxzsxexxsxxaas.zsazexzzzxxxxxx=n===xxsaxexxxv=exxxexx=xxx x=eexxxxx=xx==rvv==x==-_ _ DESIG NR TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS L D5012-89(1994)E01)E* D5015-95 D5085-95 D5086-95 D5111-95 NEWSTD(Z2992Z) NEWSTD(Z3654Z) NEWSTD(Z4263Z) TOTALS FOR: D22.0600 STANDARDS TOTALS: GUIDE FOR PREPARATION OF MATERIALS USED FOR THE COLLECTION AND PRESERVATION OF ATMOSPHERIC WET - DEPOSITION TEST METHOD FOR PH OF ATMOSPHERIC WET DEPOSITION SAMPLES BY ELECTROMETRIC DETERMINATION TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF CHLORIDE, NITRATE, AND SULFATE IN ATMOSPHERIC WET DEPOSITION BY CHEMICALLY SUPPRESSED ION CHROMATOGRAPHY TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF CALCIUM, MAGNESIUM, POTASSIUM, AND SODIUM IN ATMOSPHERIC WET DEPOSITION BY FLAME ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETRY GUIDE FOR CHOOSING LOCATIONS AND SAMPLING METHODS TO MONITOR ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION:AT NON-URBAN LOCATIONS PRACTICE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE PROTOCOLS FOR THE 97-01 MAIN (97/02 SOC) -NEW STD NEt CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF ATMOSPHERIC WET DEPSITION TEST METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE NEW ACTION - NEW STD AND COMBINED ORGANIC PEROXIDES IN ATMOSPHERIC WATER SAMPLES BY PEROXIDOSE ENZYME.FLUORESCENCE METHOD CONT'ACTz M TERRY DANA 503-753-6221 PRACTICE.FOR DETERMINING THE ATMOSPHERIC LOADING OF NEW ACTION - NEW STD PHOSPHORUS TO AQUATIC SYSTEMS FROM WET DEDOSITION APPROVED = 5 NEW UNAPPROVED = 3 PROVISIONALS = 0 PROPOSALS = 0 EMERGENCY = 0 WITHDRAWN = 0 N*OVERDUE** = 0 **EXX = EDITORIAL CHANGES MADE ,~ 685Z iBTZS u
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PAGE: 1 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0400 Workplace Atmospheres CHAIRMAN: RICHARD S DANCHIK 412-824-2206 B0S LOCATION: 11.03 eeaeeeee=cc==cx=ee========xxxaxxss=ee===ve=c=e=eexxne=a=ce==xv=ee=cx=vx===eeeveva= OESIG NR 7ITLE B ALLOT D3686-95 D3687-95 D4185-96 D4240-83(1989) D4413-88(1993)E01** D4490-96 D4532-92 D4597-92 D4599-90 ACTIONS PRACTICE FOR SAMPLING ATMOSPHERES TO COLLECT ORGANIC COMPOUND.VAPORS (ACTIVATED CHARCOAL TUBE ADSORPTION METHOD) CONTACT: KEVIN J GALLAGHER , 610-341-6381 PRACTICE FOR ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC COMPOUND VAPORS COLLECTED BY THE ACTIVATED CHARCOAL TUBE ADSORPTION METHOD CONTACT: KEVIN J GALLAGHER . 610-341-6381 PRACTICE FOR MEASUREMENT OF METALS IN WORKPLACE ATMOSPHERE BY FLAME ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETRY CONTACT: JOSEPH E WINTER. 716-722-6928 TEST METHOD.FOR AIRBORNE ASBESTOS CONCENTRATION IN WORKPLACE ATMOSPHERE ** WITHDRAWN AS OF. 11/10/95 - CONTACT: ELI SMYRLOGLOU . 508-256-5450 ' TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF ETHYLENE OXIDE IN *REVIEW FOR BALLOT* WORKPLACE ATMOSPHERES (CHARCOAL TUBE METHODOLOGY) CONTACTs KENNETH EWILLIAMS -•- _ 301-671=2208 PRACTICEFOR MEASURING THE CONCENTRATION OF TOXIC GASES OR VAPORS USING DETECTOR TUBES CONTACT: DR DAVID L BARTLEY 513-841-4277 TEST METHOD-FOR RESPIRABLE DUST IN WORKPLACE 97-01 MAIN (97/02 SOC) -REV NEG ATMOSPHERES *COMPLETE SA'.LOT ACTIONX CONTACT: KENNETH E WILLIAMS 301-671-2208 PRACTICE FOR SAMPLING WORKPLACE ATMOSPHERES TO COLLECT KBALLOT ACfIIN REO% ORGANIC GASES OR VAPORS WITH ACTIVATED CHARCOAL DIFFUSIONAL SAMPLERS .. PRACTICE FOR MEASURING THE CONCENTRATION OF TOXIC *OVERDUE-BALLOT REO* GASES OR VAPORS USING LENGTH-OF-STAIN DOSIMETERS • • CONTACT: DR DAVID L BARTLEY 513-841-4277 D4600-95 METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF BENZENE-SOLUBLE PARTICULATE MATTER IN WORKPLACE ATMOSPHERES D4765-93 TEST METHOD FOR FLUORIDES IN WORKPLACE ATMOSPHERES . _ CONTACT: RICHARD S DANCHIK 412-824-2206 **EXX = EDITORIAL CHANGES MADE *REVIEW FOR BALLOT* Z85Z TBTZS
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PAGE: 4 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0300 Ambient Atmospheres and Source Emissions CHAIRMAN: STEPHEN M WISKER 612-941-6780 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 ssssaaaaasaxaaxxvasexaacaaaaaaaaasaaaaexxssaaaaaaaa~xexxxxxxxxxaaaasaaaabxaaaaaa=aaa~vaaexxxasaa=xsa asaa==~=saaaaaexxaax DESIG NR TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS - NEWSTD(Z6263Z) F T I R PROTOCOLS NEW A CTION NEWSTDCZ6449Z) TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION-OF SULFUR DIOXIDE CONCENTRATION IN STATIONARY SOURCES - NEW STD NEWSTD(Z6590Z) MANUAL METHOD FOR BOTH SPECIATED AND ELEMENTAL MERCURY NEW ACTION - NEW STD DETERMINATION CONTACT: RAMON BIARNES -- PRACTICE FOR QA/QC FOR CONTINUOUS OPACITY MONITORING SYSTEMS NEWSTDCZ6678Z) TES1 METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF GASEOUS AND 97-01 SUB -NEW STD NEG PARTICULATE POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN AMBIENT AIR (COLLECTIONON'SORBENT-BACKED FILTERS WITH GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC/MASS SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS) CONTACT: DR ROBERT G LEWIS 919-541-3065 fOTALS FOR: D22.0300 STANDARDS TOTALS: APPROVED = 34 NEW UNAPPROVED = 6 . PROVISIONALS = 0 PROPOSALS = 0 EMERGENCY = 0 WITHDRAWN a 1 • *OVERDUE** = I i85Z TgTZS
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PAGE: 3 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0500 Indoor Air CHAIRMAN: HAL LEVIN 408-425-3946 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 secsxxxassxaxxsxxc-eeccssxxxsaxasxxxxxxxxxvaxaxxxx-=seesssaxxxessaasasa:xxxxxxsaxxsaaxaxxxxe-_----_- ____sxxx==xaasss_____---a-~- __________-_ DESIG NR TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS - NEWSTD(Z2984Z) NEWSTDCZ2986Z) NEWSTD(Z2987Z) NEWSTD(Z2988Z) NEWSTD(Z2989Z) NEWSTD(Z2990Z) NEWSTDCZ2991Z) NEWSTD(Z3866Z) NEWSTD(Z3867Z) NEWSTD(Z3868Z) NEWSTD(23871Z) NEWSTD(Z3872Z) NEWSTD(Z3873Z) GUIDE FOR RADON MONITORING IN SCHOOL BUILDINGS GUIDE FOR REPORTING RELATED FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF INDOOR AIR PRACTICE FOR MEASUREMENT.OF INDOOR ODORS USING SENTOMETER - - - CONTACTs LARRY C.HOLCOMB. 616-763-9442 GUIDE FOR MEASUREMENT OF-RADON AND RADON DECAY PRODUCTS FOR REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS TEST METHOD FOR RADON GRAB SAMPLING IN BUILDINGS GUIDE FOR USE OF ALPHA-TRACK DETECTORS FOR MEASUREMENT OF RADON IN INDOOR AIR CONTACT: MICHAEL R BRAMBLEY 509-375-6875 PRACTICE FOR SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF RADON CONTENT OF THE ATMOSPHERE CONTACTs RICHARD C ROTH 616-787-5354 TERMINOLOGY RELATING TO SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF INDOOR AIR CONTACTs HAL LEVIN . . 408-425-3946 METHODS FOR UVPM AND FPM METHODSFOR ESTIMATING THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMVYE TO RESPIRABLE SUSPENDED PARTICLES GUIDE FOR MEASURING PARTICULATE MATTER IN INDOOR AIR CONTACTs BRUCE R WEIR~-- 415-507-7156 GUIDE FOR RESIDENTIAL INDOOR AIR QUALITY INVESTIGATIONS CONTACTeJIM H WHITE 613-748-2309 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF VOLATILE ORGANIC CHEMICAL EMISSION RATES FROM PRESSED-WOOD PRODUCTS CONTACT: DR YOSHIO TSUCHIYA613-993-9777 METHOD FOR ESTIMATING THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE (ETS) TO RESPIRABLE SUSPENDED PARTICULATES (RSP) BY UVPM CONTACT: BARRY S SEABROOK 616-763-9442 NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTt:M - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD NEW ACTION - NEW STD f~1 ~ L8SZ i8TZ5
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Page 1 of 1 Committee D22 MEMBERS NOT RETURNING THE LAST TWO BALLOTS ISSUED Applicable Ballots - Main: 96-02 97-01 SUZANNE S. BLEVINS (703) 4714200 H P ENVIRONMENTAL INC 104 ELDEN ST HERNDON, VA 22070 THOMAS W. FRITZ 717) 396-5679 ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES INC 2500 COLUMBIA AVE LANCASTER, PA 17604 JOHN R. GIRMAN 202) 233-9317 US EPA - 6607J INDOOR ENVIROMENTS DIV. 401 M STRET SW WASHINGTON, DC 20460 PATRICK G. MC COY 312) 886-6869 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY REGION 5 AE-175 77 WEST JACKSON BOULEVARD CHICAGO, IL 60604-3590 RICHARD D. MC RANIE (919) 870-1944 UTILITY SYSTEMS & SERVICES PO BOX 30002 RALEIGH, NC 27622 CLARENCE S. NAKATA (602) 244-5405 MOTOROLA 5005 E MC DOWELL ROAD PHOENIX, AZ 85008 CHARLES G. SCHWARTZ 914) 761-1717 ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS & SOLUTIONS INC 100 HIGH POINT DRIVE # 404 HARTSDALE, NY 10530 ALEX SPATARU 310) 208-8074 ADEPT GROUP INC SUITE 1203 10920 WILSHIRE BLVD LOS ANGELES CA 90024 62 52181 2599
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PAGE: 4 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0500 Indoor Air CHAIRMAN: HAL LEVIN 408-425-3946 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 ===a==avaaaaaaaaaaasaeaaaaveveeve=eev=aeesssaaaaaaaaaasa=asesesa=asaes=ssv==esssssas=saa=s==ssves=se s=a__________________ IESIG MR TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS NEWSTD(Z4188Z) GUIDE FOR INDOOR AIR BIOCONTAMINANT INVESTIGATIONS CONTACT: METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF THE EQUILIBRIUM RELATIVE HUMIDTY OF POROUS INSULATION CONTACT: DANIEL L PRICE 404-421-9555 EX GUIDE FOR EVALUATING THE ABILITY OF INDOOR MATERIALS TO SUPPORT MICROBIAL GROWTH USING STATIC ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMBERS GUIDE FOR SAMPLING OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN ATMOSPHERES PRACTICE FOR SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF VOLATILE ORGANIC 97-01 SUB COMPOUNDS IN AIR BY PUMPED SORBENT TUBE AND THERMAL DESORPTION CONTACTe MS ELIZABETH A WOOLFENDEN 203-761-5175 NEW ACTION NEW ACTION - NEW STD 0028 97-01 MAIN (97/02 SOC) -NEW STD NEG NEWSTD(Z4190Z) NEWSTD(Z4470Z) NEWSTD(Z6288Z) NEWSTD(Z6685Z) NEWSTD(Z6717Z) NEWSTD(Z6718Z) - NEW STD -NEW STD NEG PRACTICE FOR DETERMINING EMISSION PROFILES OF VOLATILE 97-01 SUB -NEW STD NEG ORGANIC CHEMICALS EMITTED FROM BEDDING SETS CONTACT: DR NIREN L NAGDA 301-540-1300 PRACTICE FOR ESTIMATING OF SHORT-TERM INHALATION 97-01 SUB -NEW STD MEG EXPOSURE TO VOLATILE ORGANIC.CHEMICALS EMITTED, FROM . BEDDING SETS CONTACT= DR NIREN L NAGDA301-540-1300 FOTALS FOR: D22.0500 ' . STANDARDS TOTALS: APPROVED = 13 NEW UNAPPROVED = 28 PROVISIONALS PROPOSALS = = 1 0 EMERGENCY a 0 WITHDRAWN = 0 **OVERDUE** = 2 - . ~ p 88SZ T8TZ5
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PAGE: 3 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0300 Ambient Atmospheres and Source Emissions CHAIRMAN: STEPHEN M WISKER 612-941-6780 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 DESIG HR TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS - D4536-96 TEST METHOD FOR HIGH-VOLUME SAMPLING FOR SOLID PARTICULATE MATTER AND DETERMINATION OF PARTICULATE EMISSIONS . CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 352-315-4324 D5011-92 PRACTICES FOR CALIBRATION OF OZONE MONITORS USING *BALLOT ACTION REQ* TRANSFER STANDARDS D5110-94 PRACTICE FOR CALIBRATION OF OZONE MONITORS AND CERTIFICATION OF DZONE-TRANSFER STANDARDS USING ULTRAVIOLET PHOTOMETRY D5149-95 TEST METHOD FOR OZONE IN THE ATMOSPHERE: CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT BY ETHYLENE CHEMILUMINESCENCE CONTACT: WILL M OLLISON 202-682-8262 D5156-95 TEST METHODS FOR CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT OF OZONE IN AMBIENT, WORKPLACE, AND INDOOR ATMOSPHERES (ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION) CONTACT: WILL M OLLISON 202-682-8262 D5280-96 PRACTICE FOR EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS - OF AIR QUALITY MEASUREME NT METHODS WITH LINEAR . CALIBRATION FUNCTIONS . CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 352-315-4324 D5281-$2 TEST METHOD FOR COLLECTION'AND ANALYSIS OF HEXAVALENT *BALLOT ACTION REQ* . CHROMIUM IN AMBIENT, WORKPLACE, OR INDOOR ATMOSPHERES D5835-95 PRACTICE FOR SAMPLING STATIONARY SOURCE EMISSIONS FOR . THE AUTOMATED DETERMINATION OF GAS CONCENTRATIONS D5953M-96 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF NON-METHANE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (NMDC) IN AMBIENT AIR USING THE CRYOGENIC PRECONCENTRATION AND DIRECT FLAME IONIZATION DETECTION METHOD (METRIC) . . . CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 352-315-4324 D6060-96 PRACTICE FOR SAMPLING OF PROCESS VENTS WITH A PORTABLE GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY -- CONTACT: JEFFREY R LARSON 517-636-3724 ' NEWSTD(Z62622) A MANUAL METHOD FOR LOW LEVEL PARTICULATE MATTER NEW ACTION - NEW >TD ~ DETERMINATION _ CONTACT: JAMES A JAHNKE 919-929-4447 08SZ I8TZS
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STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0300 Ambient Atmospheres and Source Emissions CHAIRMAN= STEPHEN M WISKER 612-941-6780 B05 LOCATION= 11.03 PAGE: 1 DATE: 03/14/97 ' = -- = = = - - = = - = - - -- - --- = ------ --- - = -- - = --- - -- ------- --- ----- - = == == = -- = == --- = == ----- == == ` = = = ==___==___________=================_==========____'_ !ESIG MR TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS D1357-95 D1607-91(1995)E01*m D1608-77(1994)E01** D2009-65(1990) D2010/D2010M-93 D2913-96 D2914-95 D3154-91(1995) D3162-94 D3249-95 '*EXX ='EDITORIAL CHANGES MADE PRACTICE FOR PLANNING THE SAMPLING OF THE AMBIENT ATMOSPHERE - TEST METHOD FOR NITROGEN DIOXIDE CONTENT OF THE ATMOSPHERE (GRIESS-SALTZMAN REACTION) TEST METHOD FOR OXIDES OF NITROGEN IN GASEOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS (PHENOL-DISULFONIC ACID PROCEDURE) ., . . . . TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF PARTICULATE MATTER IN THE ATMOSPHERE BYMEASUREMENT OF THE LIGHT ABSORBANCE OF A FILTERED SAMPLE TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF PARTICULATE MATTER IN THE ATMOSPHERE BY MEASUREMENT OF THE LIGHT ABSORBANCE OF A FILTERED SAMPLE (METRIC) ATMOSPHERIC PARTICULATES * WITHDRAWN AS OF 09/10/95. TEST METHOD FOR COLLECTION ANDMEASUREMENT OF DUSTFALL (SETTLEABLE PARTICULATE MATTER PRACTICE FOR COLLECTION BY FILTRATION AND DETERMINATION OF MASS, NUMBER, AND OPTICAL SIZING OF TECHNIQUE TEST METHODS FOR EVALUATION OF TOTAL SULFATION *REVIEW FOR BALLOTM ACTIVITY IN THE ATMOSPHERE BY THE LEAD D-TSXIDE TEST METHOD FOR MERCAPTAN CONTENT OF THE ATMOSPHERE CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 352-315-4324 TEST METHODS FOR SULFUR DIOXIDE CONTENT OF THE ATMOSPHERE (WEST-GAEKE METHOD) TEST METHOD FOR AVERAGE VELOCITY IN A DUCT (PITOT TUBE METHOD) , . - - . TEST METHOD FOR CARBON MONOXIDE IN THE ATMOSPHERE (CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT BY NONDISPERSIVE INFRARED SPECTROMETRY) . PRACTICE FOR GENERAL AMBIENT AIR.ANALYZER PROCEDURES tib. O 8L5Z t8:ZS
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D22 MAIN COMMITTER MEETINO ADAMS MAR[ MOTEL - ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI YEDNBSDAT, APRIL 9, 1997 1:00 TO 3:00 PN 1. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Allen Imke at 1:08 pm. Thoee In attendance were as follow; l. Bartley, David L. 2. Beard, Michael E. 3. Danchik, Richard S. 4. DaOraff, Irene D. S. Franaioli. Paul N. 6. Oremp, Oar), D. 7. Groah, Milliam J. S. Harper, Martin 9. Rommel, Carlton O. 10. Irwin, John S. 11. Ieke, S. D. Allen 12. Lareon, Jeffrey R. 13. Leris, Robert 0. 14. Lockhart. Thoaas J. 15. MeVer, Douglas T. I8. Nagda, Niren L. 17. Oatens, William E. 18. Peden, Mark E. 19. Roth. Richard C. 20. Rothert, Jane 21. Skowron, Loretta M. 22. Taylor, Larry D. 23. Thompson, C. Sheldon 24. Misker, Stephen M. VISITORS: 25. Bihr, Jamew E. (Chairman/ASTM Board) 26. Aszara. Drew (ASTM Staff Member) 27. Heroux, Gary (National Particleboard Asen. Vieitor) 1.1 Chairman Iske welcomed all of the attendeee to the meeting. Be then introduced Mr. BShr and Mr. Assara. 1.2 Mr. Bihr presented the Award of Merit to Mr. Mark Peden. This award was presented for his outstanding service In developing standards and test methods in Committee D22 In Sampling and Analysis of Atmospheres, especially In the advancement and formation of Subcommittee D22.08 on Atmospheric Deposition. . 2. Approval of Minutee - Chairman Allen Ieke - A motion was made, by Robert Lewis, for the approval of the Minutes of the October 30, 1996 meeting. The motion was seconded by Michael Beard. The motion carried by unanlmoue volce vote. I D22 Main Committee Meeting Page 2 of 13 April 9, 1997 3. Chairman's Report - Chairman Allen Ieke - 3.1 There In a ballot going through ASTM regarding the following changes: 3.1.1 Changing the Provisional Standards. The Executive Subcommittee agreed to eliminate Provisional Standarda fros the regulation. This doee not impact the documents currently In tract as Provisional Standards. 3.1.2 Changing the regulations in which Cheirsan lake stated that each committee shall elect officers by a letter ballot concluded before December I of the odd-nusbered fears. A nominating committee shall be selected by December 31 of an even-numbered year. The Executive Subcommittee did not agree and failed to paes the motion. 3.1.3 Frequeney of Review which stated that a Standard ehould be reviewed in its entirety within five reare of Ste last approval date. If no ballot In In process to update the Standard ae of January 1 of the sixth year •ince Sts last approval date, a ballot for .ithdrawal will be Sssued automatically by ASTM headquarters to Concurrent Subcommittee and Main Committee. The Executive Subcommittee approved this revision. 3.2 Chairman Ieke stated that there was a thorough discussion, In both Subcorittee .05 and 1n the Executive Subcorittee meetings, regarding the Jurisdiction Issue of R1333. The ieeue In the Jurisdiction of transfer of the Standard E1333 from E8 to D7. Chairman Iske reported the actions which came out of these two meetings. Re asked that the members not diecuss opinions among themselves but leave the decision regarding this lesue to theCoaittee on Standards. According to Chairman lake, the Subcomalttee was asked, ae a total Subcommittee, if they wanted to contewt the jurisdiction of transfer of this Standard from E6 to D7. This decision will be done through a Subcorittee Ballot. 2 SSSZ 28IZ5
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PAGE: 2 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0500 Indoor Air _ CHAIRMAN: HAL LEVIN 408-425-3946 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 xsxxxx=xzzzzzxxxzazxzazxxaxsxxxxxzxezzzzxzaasxxxssxzeazzzzzzazssxxsxxez=zzazsxxxasxxsssxxeaezxzzxe=x DESIG NR TITLE, _ BALLOT ACTIONS . D5952-96 GUIDE FOR INSPECTING WATER SYSTEMS FOR LEGIONELLAE AND INVESTIGATING POSSIBLE OUTBREAKS OF LEGIONELLOSIS (LEGIONNAIRES' DISEASE OR PONTIAC FEVER) CONTACT: MS JANET M MACHER .510-54D-3130 D5955-96 TEST METHODS FOR ESTIMATING THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE TO RESPIRABLE SUSPENDED ' PARTICLES BASED ON UVPM AND FPM CONTACT: MICHAEL W OGDEN - 910c741-5787 PS040-96 GUIDE FOR USING INDOOR CARBON DIOXIDE CONCENTRATIONS 97-01 SUB -ADOPT MEG TO EVALUATE INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND VENTILATION CONTACT: ANDREW K PERSILY 301-975-6418 NEWSTD(Z2736Z) TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION.OF CORRECTION 92-04 SUB -NEW STD NEG COEFFICIENT FOR PARTICLE MASS`MONITORS TO ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE PARTICULATE CONTACT: JAMES A ROSS 604-681-2701 NEWSTD(Z2977Z) PRACTICE FOR DETERMINATION OF INDOOR RADON PROGENY NEW ACTION - NEW STD CONCENTRATIONS USING RPISU CONTACT: JOHN C DEMPSEY 301-694-0011 . NEWSTD(Z2978Z) TEST METHOD FOR PM-10 PARTICULES IN INDOOR NEW ACTION - NEW STD ENVIRONMENTS CONTACT, WILLIAM A TURNER 207-583-4571 NEWSTD(Z2979Z) PRACTICE FOR DETERMINATION OF-RADON IN INDOOR AIR BY NEW ACTION - NEW STD USE OF ELECTRET ION CHAMBERS. CONTACTe JOHN C DEMPSEY- 301-694-0011 NEWSTD(Z2980Z) PRACTICE FOR DETERMINATION OF-POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC NEW ACTION - NEW STD ' HYDROCARBONS IN INDOOR AIR CONTACT:_ DR ROBERT G LEWIS 919-541-3065 NEWSTD(Z2981Z) ' GUIDE FOR SAMPLING CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES IN INDOOR AIR NEW ACTION - NEW STD CONTACT: HAL LEVIN - - - 408-425-3946 NEWSTD(Z2982Z) GUIDE FOR DETERMINATION OF EMISSIONS FROM SOLID NEW ACTION - NEW STD MATERIALS IN ENVIRONMENTAL CHAMBERS CONTACT: CARL B MEYER 702-366-9390 NEWSTDCZ2983Z) TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF RADON CONENTRATION IN NEW ACTION - NEW ;TD INDOOR AIR BY CHARCOAL_LIQUID SCINTILLATION ANALYSIS ~ OD 985Z TB:ZS
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Atmospheres", will be balloted concurrently for reapproval without revision. New Business Chairman Wisker asked for suggestions for new work items. J. W. Peeler suggested a practice for GC/Mass Specta Direct interface. He will provide a starting document, and J. R. Larson will join the committee and help in preparing the document for ballot. The meeting was adjourned at 11:30 am
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D22 Executive Subcommittee Meeting Page 11 of 15 April 7, 1997 finalised because it is a mandatory document that !s to be attached to the By-laee. 12.1.2 Harry Rook discussed the Policy for Corittee Payment of Travel Expenses and the Travel Reimbursement Guidelines. (See Attachsent B) According to Mr. Rook, if the draft In accepted and goes into the policy section of the By-laws. the D22 Chairman has no authority to waive the policy am written. 12.1.3 Regarding reimbursement, Mr. Rook lowered some of the acceptable rates. Mr. Rook included the statesent that the Chairman shall have the authority to approve any additional expensea he/she deems to be a reasonable cost of a member's travel. 12.1.1 George Luciw urged the Executive Committee to review the thirty days and the fifteen days deadline. After explanations for his recosmendations, Mr. Luclw suggested that the proposed limits be sixty days and forty-five days. D22 Executive Subcommittee Meeting Page 12 of 15 April 7, 1997 !2.l.8 Chairman Ieke asked for any comments to add to the draft. There were no additional covents made. He stated that he will help Mr. Rook add the comments which he heard during this meeting. He will then take off the word "draft" and then put the updated paper out for Executive Ballot as two documents. One will be the Policy and one will be the Guideline. 12.1.9 Chairman Ieke stated that he will work with Harry Rook and the two documents will go out this summer to the Executive Committee member. 12.2 Revision of D22 By-Laws - Chairman Iske - 12.2.1 Chairman take asked for commenta. He stated that he will consider the cosmenta and make the modifications In the by-laws draft. Chairmen Iwke intends to put out w Ballot to the Main Committee at the fall meeting. If it gets approval by memberehip, it will then go to COTCO for approval. Harry Rook explained the need for earlier 12.3 Appointsent of Nominations Committee - Chairman Iske- mailings needed from ASTM in order for the members to make travel arrangements, especially since the receipt of these mailings affect the planning of members. 12.1.5 Mr. Rook stated that the Chairman should be advised as to why the member neede to attend the meeting and receive reimbursement. The language of the policy should reflect the 12.3.1 This committee (for officera of D22) vi11 be formed this spring. Their task Ss to create s nominating slate to be brought to Chairman Ieke and to the 1997 fall meeting. 12.3.2 The appointed Nominations Committee consists of the following: ability of the Chairman to use diecretion. 12.1.6 Chairman Iske stated that he in going to revise the draft with Mr. Rook, and In going to address all the comments that were discussed in this meeting. The draft will then be put out for Ballot to the Executive Subeommittee. They can eo..ent if they have any other changes to it* and can vote it yee or no. 12.1.7 Harry Rook disagreed to changing the minimum of thirty days statement of time for advance expense appsovel, Although he understood the EPA requirement, he said that making it too far into the future would create a problem for the Chairman. According to Mr. Rook, the Chairman will still have to wait until thirty days before the meeting date to respond to the request. 24 Harry Rook, Past D22 Chairman Irene DeCraff (am Chair Appointment) Richard Danchik (ae Executive Subcommittee Member Appointment) Two Members of Main Committee (yet to be appointed) 12.3.3 The Chairman of the Nominations Committee is appointed by the committee .embers. as specified by the By-Laws. 12.4 Status of EPA Partnership - Stephen Miskar and Harry Rook - There was no discussion at this time. 12.5 Publicity for D22 There wws no diseussion at this time. (See Item 3.8 of the Chairman's Report) 25 L95Z TBTZS
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DRAFT April 6, 1997 ASTM Committee D 22 Policy for Committee Payment of Travel Expenses 1. The Chairman of Committee D 22 shall have the full authority to disburse committee funds for travel reimbursement for all committee members except for him/herself. A majority of the Executive Subcommittee must approve the use of committee funds for travel reimbursement for the Chairman. 2. A committee member may be reimbursed for full or partial travel costs when his/her attendance at a meeting will result in a clear and measurable benefit to committee business and when that member is unable to obtain travel funding from any other source. 3. A committee member desiring financial assistance for travel to any ASTM or ISO meeting must notify the Chairman of that request at least 30 days prior to the meeting. The Chairman shall provide the requesting member an answer to his request at least 15 days prior to the meeting date. The Chairman shall also provide the ASTM Staff Manager with a list of members who have been approved for travel assistance before the meeting date. Travel reimbursement guidelines: RFARB - A member will be reimbursed for the lowest available direct- airfare between his/her city of departure and the meeting city,when reserved at least.16,.days in advance of travel.'If a savings larger than one days hotel and meals cost is available for travel including a Saturday, that fare plus hotel and meals cost shall be used. The ASTM Travel Office shall be used to resolve any disagreements on available fares. Airport parking will be reimbursed on actual cost with receipt. Transportation to and from the airport/hotel will be based on the lowest available fare limousine. TE - A member will be reimbursed for the cost of the ASTM members hotel rate or the actual hotel cost, whichever is lower. AL - A member will be reimbursed at a flat rate of $36 per day for meals and all other incidental expenses (eg. taxi, buses, tips, etc.). The Chairman shall have the authority to approve any additional expenses he/she deems to be a reasonable cost of a members travel. 59
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D22 EXECUTIVE SuBCOMMITTRB MEETING ADAMS MARK HOTEL - ST. 1qDI6. MISSOURI MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1997 8:30 TO 11:00 AM 1. The seeting was called to order by Chairman Allen lake at 8:34 AM Thosein attendance were as follow: 1. Beard, Michael E. 2. Danchik, Richard S. 3. DeOraff, Irene D. 4. Rosel, Carlton 0. 5. Iake, S. D. Allen 8. Levin, Ral 7. Levis, Robert 0. 8. Lockhart. Thomas J. 9. Luciw. George 10. Oatess, Nillia. R. 11. Peden, Mark R. 12. Rook, Harry I., 13. Rothert, Jane 14. xisker, Stephen M. VISITORS: 15. Bihr, James B. (Chairsan/ASTM Board) 18. Azzara, Drew (ASTM Staff Member) 17. Roth, Richard C. ((D22 Member) 18. Gramp. Gary D. (D22 Member) 19. Orowh. Millias J. (D22. E6. and D7 (Mood) Member) 20. McVey, Douglas T. (D22 Member) 21. Irwin, John S. (D22 Member) 22. Heroux. Gary (National Particleboard Assn. Visitor) 1.1 Chairman Bihr welcomed each person to the .eeting. 2. Approval of Minutes - Chairman Allea Iske - A sotlon was .ade, by Richard Danchik. for the approval of the Minutes of the October 28, 1996 seeting. The sotion was seconded by Mark Peden. The sotion carried by unanisous voice vote. 3. Chairaan's Report - Chairman Allen lake - 3.1 Subcommittee Leadership Appointsents 3.1.1 Chairman lake urged the subcommittee sesbers to be cautious about how each .esber and/or subcommittee is spending the committee funds. 3.1.2 Chairman lake encouraged each subcommittee to look for new and fresh leadership. 14 D22 Executive Subcommittee Meeting Page 2 of 15 April 7. 1997 3.2 3.1.3 Chairman lake asked that each subcommittee chairman identify the vice-chairman for that subcommittee. The ne.e is to be put at the head of the subcommittee sinutes before the minutes are subsitted to the ASTM D22 Secretary and/or Chairman lake. This will enable w D22 subcommittee to function well, even if it is necessary for a chairman to be absent. Appointments to D22.01 from each subcommittee 3.2.1 Chairman Iske stated that, according to the ASTM By-lavs, each subcommittee ia to have an active member in, or liaison between, each subcommittee and D22.01. Either recruit or appoint someone to take that role. 3.3 Highlight of each subcommittee achievements 3.3.1 The response to the request for achievement highlights was very bad. The deadline time bas passed. The achievement highlights are so longer needed by Chairman Iake. 3.4 Chairman Iske asked for any expertise from the subconsittees to work on standards on odor emissions. 3.5 Punds/expenditures/Budget 3.5.1 The budget balance Se being depleted by the large amount of disbursements to members attending the D22 fall/spring seetings. It is necessary to keep careful attention to the cost and to be aware of the requirements for reisbursesent. according to the ASTM By-laws. 3.6 Pub11c1ty/Publie Relations notiees regarding ASTM D22 3.6.1 Chairman Iske urged the use of sore notices regarding the D22 committee and subcommittee works. Chairman lake stated that, in the "Standardization News' SubJect Index for 1996,the index !a the key area for public relations and for advertising. There vss an announce.ent in 1996 for the 022 Committee on the Johnson Conference update, an announcement of election of Dr. lake as the Chalrasn of D22, and the Award of Merit received by Bob Lewis. There were two items fros D22.05 on the completion of two Trd Z95Z i8SZ5
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D22 Main Committee Meeting Page 3 of 13 April 9. 1997 A motion was sade in the Subcoeittee that 022 request the Committee on Standards to transfer Jurisdiction of D1333 to Consittee D22, specifically to D22.05. The aotion carried in Subcommittee D22.05 with 9 affirnativee, S negatives, and 6 abstentions. Chairman lake stated that the request would be processed according to ASTM procedures. He requested that Hal Lev1n of D22.05 take the lead role in preparing the docusents and tepreeenting the D22 Committee at ASTM. The Executive Subooasittee approved the motion to approve the position of the subcommittee. 3.3 Chairaan Ieke encouraged the subcommittee chairs to look within their leadership and to encourage leadership and involvement of the younger aesbars. 3.4 Chairman Ieke nlso urged that the subcommittee chairs identify the vice-chair.en of their coaaittees. The subcommittee chair is responsible for securing a person who will be responsible for directing the aeetings, if the subcommittee chair is not available. 3.5 Chairman Ieke stated that, soaetiaes after Standards have gone into print. there is no current knowledge of the person(s) who is actually responsible for the method and has knowledge of the method. Precision bias data is required for the methods and there ie also a quality research report that is to accompany all methods. These are filed at ASTM headquarters. The report suarrises all inforaatlon that is used to generate the method and data. Chairman Iske requested that the persons document the technical data that will support the methods. It will be necessary in the future. 3.6 The format of the April seeting has been changed. . Some of the eeeelons wi11 need to be expanded. It will also be necessary to expand the schedule for the Long Range Planning Committee. Otherwise, thers will be very little changing. Chairnen Lke suggested trying the current schedule, with the ninor changes mentioned, for the next 3-4 meetings to see if there is need for nere eodlfications. 4. Staff Manager•s Report - George Luciw - 4.1 Mr. Luciw stated that he wished to speak with each of the subcosmittees to detersine the status of the balloted itess. 3 D22 Main Corittee Meeting Page 4 of 13 April 9. 1997 4.2 Me encouraged the committees to keep up the .o.entu.. Mr. Luciw discussed two opportunities to submit Items for Subcommittee Ballot. These dates are May 1 and July 25. The Main Committee Ballot is June 16. 4.3 Develop and submit the agenda, for the Fall committee meeting, by August 29, 1997. The agenda is more for the benefit of the existing neabers and new potential members. 4.4 The next meeting will be in San Diego. California. 4.5 D22 is now on the Web Page. Mr. Luciw stated that additional inforaation will be constantly added to the page. The key words are the search points when trying to locate information on the page. 5. Membership Report - Mark Peden - . 5.1 The present membership of D22 is 340. A copy of the seabership report will be appended to the Executive Subcommittee Minutes g. Awards Committee Report - Mark Peden - The committee consists of: Mark Peden, Chairman Richard Roth Carlton Hommel Milliaa Oatess Allen Ieke, Rx Officio George Luciw, Staff Manager 6.2 The eos.ittee has received some nominations, for future considerations, for the following awards: Award of Merit Moyer D. Thomas Award Award of Appreciation Honorary Members 7. Technical Subcosalttee Reports 7.1 D22.01 Quality Control - Carlton Hoasel - There wae one motion for Concurrent Subcoalttee/ Main Coaittee/Society Revlew Ballot. It is as follows: 1) D3g14-90 Standard Guide For Laboratories Engaged In Sampling And Analysis Of Ataospheres And Emissions 4 956Z S8'CZS
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D22 Executive Subcommittee Meeting Page 9 of 15 April 7. 1997 The .otion carri d by h d te f 7 ffi ati . 0 neeatives, and 4 abetentions. Mr. Rook suggested that D22.06 should share openly and cospletely, everything that the committee plans to subnit, to Committee D7 before it is submitted. 9.5 D22.08 - Atmosphere Deposition - Jane Rothert - 9.5.1 There ie one negative being discussed. 9.6 D22.07 It may end up being one of the D19 jurisdictional problems. - Asbestos Sa.pling end Analysis - 9.6.1 Michael Beard - There are five Items out for ballot at the wubcoaittee level. 9.7 D22.09 - International Standards - Harry Heak - 9.7.1 Mr. Rook diecussed the meeting in Maui. 9.8 D22.11 - Meteorology - Tom Lockhart - 9.8.1 At the subcooittee level Mr. Lockhart intends to introduce a Ballot Item called Standard Guide for Statistical Evaluation of Dispersion Models of 9lndborne Materials. 10. Johnson Conference 1998 - Chairman Iske - 10.1 Harry Rook suggested that there is not enough time to plan the 1998 conference. It requires at least eighteen months of preparation. 10.2 Chairman Iske indicated a potential topic for Beulder Conference 1999. The suggested topic is osu technology of use of immunological enslysis per regulatory compliance as well es routine testing. There has been no final decision on this topic. 10.3 Hal Levin suggested two possible topics. One Ss the characterization of ledoor air. The other is indoor air chemistry. 10.4 Richard Danchik suggested that a topic on metal removal fluids alght be of interest for 1998 or 1999. 10.5 Stephen Hieker suggested"e topic related to the emissions standards. 22 D22 Executive Subcoaaittee Meeting April 7. 1997 Page 10 of 15 10.6 Chairman Iske stated that there are four topics ' which have been proposed; person who made a proposal he suggested that each should develop soae type of technical agenda orides of persons who would lead the conference and these persons should bring this inforaation back to the Fall meeting; the Executive Subcommittee would then make the selection at that ti.e. 10.7 Richard Danchik indicated that he would cheek out the possibility of preeenting the metal removal fluid topic at the 1998 Johnson Conference. 10.8 Harry Rook stated that the main issue is that of the chairman or co/chalr.en being able to get the pepere in and to get then reviewed and published within one year so that the papers would be feasible to present at a conference. Mr. Rook stated that it ie difficult to find someone to take the time to chair a conference. 10.9 Hal Levin suggested utilizing a chairman for each session. He stated that there is a long response time to ASTM and at least eighteen months ara needed. 10.10 Chairman Iske said that he would await Mr. Danchik's findings and that the final decision on topics to be presented at the Boulder 1999 Conference would come at the 1997 fall meeting. 11. Boulder Conference 1997 - Michael Beard and Harry Rook 11.11 Mr. Beard has received thirty-four papers intended for review. 11.12 The conference Se ,iointly sponsored by D22 and the Environmental Infor.ation Association. 11.13 D19 bas one representative at the conrerence. The committee does not have an Snterest in this eubject. 12. Other Business 12.1 Funds Management - Harry Rook - 12.1.1 Chairman Iake stated that there Se already a committee that has been proposed. in the By-Laws, ae an Ad Hoc subcommittee which reports to the D22 Adainistration Chairman. Their policies of hoe the committee handles funds is dictated by whatever the Executive Subcommittee does with this policy. The committee will not have to change the By-Laws every time it the committee wants to change the policy. This needs to be resolved and 23 999Z 28tZS
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STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATEe 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0100 Quality Control CHAIRMAN: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 352-315-4324 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 DESIG NR TITLE BALLOT ACTIONS D1356-97 TERMINOLOGY RELATING TO SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF 97-01 SUB -REV NEC ATMOSPHERES CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 352-315-4324 D1914-95 . PRACTICE FOR CONVERSION UNITS AND FACTORS RELATING TO SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF ATMOSPHERES CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 352-315-4324 D2986-95A PRACTICE FOR EVALUATION OF AIR ASSAY MEDIA.BY THE MONODISPERSE DOP (DIOCTYL PHTHALATE) SMOKE TEST CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 352-315-4324 D3195-90(1994)E01** PRACTICE FOR ROTAMETER CALIBRATION CONTACT: CARLTON 0 NOMMEL 352-315-4324 D3609-96 PRACTICE FOR CALIBRATION TECHNIQUES USING PERMEATION TUBES D3614-90 GUIDE FOR LABORATORIES ENGAGED IN SAMPLING AND *OVERDUE-BALLOT REQ* ANALYSIS OF ATMOSPHERES AND EMISSIONS D3670-91(1996)E01** GUIDE FOR DETERMINATION OF PRECISION AND BIAS OF METHODS OF COMMITTEE D-22 D3796-90(1994)E01** PRACTICE FOR CALIBRATION OF TYPE- S PITOT TUBES CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOfMEL •. 352-315-4324 D4298-95 GUIDE FOR INTERCOMPARING PERMEATION TUBES TO ESTABLISH TRACEABILITY CONTACT: CARLTON 0 HOMMEL 352-315-4324 D5595-94 PRACTICE FOR DETERMINING BUOYANCY CORRECTIONS DURING 97-01 SUB -W/D PRECISION WEIGHING OF LOW-DENSITY SAMPLES CONTACT: JIM H WHITE 613-748-2309 TOTALS FOR: D22.0100 STANDARDS TOTALS: APPROVED = 10 NEW UNAPPROVED = 0 PROVISIONALS 0 PROPOSALS 0 EMERGENCY = 0 WITHDRAWN = 0 **OVERDUE** = 1 rt*EXX - EDITORIAL CHANGES MADE co Co LLSZ T8TZS
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PAGE: 2 STANDARD TRACKING SYSTEM DATE: 03/14/97 SUBCOMMITTEE: D22.0400 Workplace Atmospheres CHAIRMAN: RICHARD S DANCHIK ' 412-824-2206 BOS LOCATION: 11.03 DESIG NR D4766-88(1993)E01N* TITLE TEST METHOD FOR VINYL.CHLORIDE IN WORKPLACE BALLOT ACTIONS *REVIEW FOR BALLOT* D4856-88(1993)E01** ATMOSPHERES (CHARCOAL TUBE METHOD) CONTACT: RICHARD G MELCHER 517-636-2126 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF SULFURIC ACID MIST IN *REVIEW FOR BALLOT* D4913-89(1995)E01*w THE WORKPLACE ATMOSHERE (ION CHROMATOGRAPHIC) CONTACT: KENNETH E WILLIAMS 301-671-2208 PRACTICE FOR DETERMINING'-:CONCENTRATION OF HYDROGEN SULFIDE BY DIRECT READING, LENGTH OF STAIN, VISUAL . CHEMICAL DETECTORS - CONTACT= KENNETH E WILLIAMS 301-671-2208 D5337-92 PRACTICE FOR FLOW RATE FOR CALIBRATION OF PERSONAL 97-01 MAIN (97/02 SOC) -REV NEG D5578-94 SAMPLING PUMPS CONTACT: KENNETH E WILLIAMS.;— ::. 301-671-2208 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF ETHYLENE OXIDE IN *COMPLETE BALLOT ACTION* D5836-95 WORKPLACE ATMOSPHERES (HBR DERIVATIZATION METHOD) CONTACT: MS IRENE D DEGRAFF:r.;v; 814-359-5724 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION`OF 2,4-TOLUENE 5932-96 DIISOCYANATE (2,4-TDI) AND 2,6-TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (2,6-TDI) IN WORKPLACE ATMOSPHERES (1-2PP METHOD) CONTACTe MS IRENE D DEGRAFF 814-359-5724 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION~OF 2 4-TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (2 4-TDI):AND2 6-TOLUENE DTTSOCYANATE C2 6-TDI) IN AIR (WITH'9-(N-METHYLAMINOMETHYL) ANTHRACENE METHOD)(MAMA)IN THE.:WORKPLACE) CONTACT: JACQUES LESAGE';514-288-1551 EX 0247 D6056-96 TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE CONCENTRATION OF D6057-96 AIRBORNE SINGLE-CRYSTAL CERAMIC WHISKERS IN THE WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT.BY•-TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPY TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE CONCENTRATION OF ' AIRBORNE SINGEL-CRYSTAL CERAMIC WHISKERS IN THE WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT-BY PHASE CONTRAST MICROSCOPY D6058-96 CONTACT:- . PRACTICE FOR DETERMINING THE CONCENTRATION OF AIRBORNE ., SINGLE-CRYSTAL CERAMIC WHISKERS IN THE WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT . "CONTACT: . **EXX = EDITORIAL CHANGES MADE ~ EBSZ iBIZS CJ~
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D22 Executive Subcommittee Meeting Page 13 of 15 April 7, 1997 12.6 Health'RSsk Issues in D22 Standards There wae no discussion at this time. 12.7 Trade Mark Issues for D22 Brochures - Bill Oatess - There was no discussion at thie tise. Information had been sent to each of the Executive Subeoeittee members for consideration. ' 12.8 Jurisdictional Issue on Lead Sampling - Chairman Iske - 12.8.1 The Sssue is with E34. It is on Standard Practice for Collection of Airborne Particulate Lead Durfng Abatement and Construction Activities and was balloted for Lead in the Workplace. When the ballots were returned, there were negatives that stated that the ballot was out of E34 jurisdiction. It was felt that the issue was in the jurlsdiction of D22.04. 12.9 Revisione to the Regulations Governing ASTM Technical Coaaittees 12.9.1 Chairman Ieke asked for a vote on the proposed deletion of the Provisional Standards. Hal Levin made a sotion to approve, with staff Initiative, to eliminate Provisional Standards and institute the revision that provides the speedy adoption of regulations. The action was seconded by Carlton Rouel. Richard Danchik made reference to the use of Provisional Standards on metal re.oval fluids in workplace atmospheres that worked very ssoothly and allowed passing the Standard in five sontbs. Mr. Danchik's experience has been positive. Hal Levin stated that his Past experience was positive but that the new procedure would allow the same speed. George Luciw stated that Sf a document is developed and thought out, it should have the ability to pase through Subcommittee and Main Cosnittee Ballot. 26 D22 Executive Subcossittee Meeting Page 14 of 15 April 7, 1997 Harry Rook suggested that the key is that Provisional Standards can be used as a method to bv-pase negative votes if you are so inclined. With the procedure that Se being replaced. You can not by-pass negative votes. Tou must go through a simultaneous Main Cossittee/Subcossittee Ballot. The .otion carried by h nd of 10 ffi i 2 negatives. and 0 ab t tion 12.9.2 Chairman Iske asked for a vote on the proposed change to the Regulations in which he stated that each committee shall elect officers by a letter ballot concluded before December 1 of the odd-nusbered years. A nominating committee shall be selected by December 31 of an even-nusbered year. A sotion was made by Richard Danchik and the motion was seconded by Michael Beard. Harry Rook suggested that the current procedure allows time to prepare a slate. George Luciw expressed concern that a new slate would be prepared the same year that new officers take office. The aotion failed by a hand count of f affir. ti 9 t i and 1 12.9.3 George Luciw read the contents of the proposed Reapproval of Standards which states that if approved by a setion passed by the subcosittee, or by suthorization of the subcommittee chairsan, reapprovals shall be issued to Main committee Ballot and Society Review. ' Chairman Ieke asked for a eotion'to vote on the Reapproval of Standards. He indicated that the proposed change would allow for the Subcoasittee Chairman to do it and not the entire subco.nittee. as presently required. Hal Levin sade the wtion and Richard Danchik seconded the .otion. . The motion carried by a hand vote of 11 affirsatives. 0 neeatives, and 1 abstention. 12.9.4 George Luciw stated the revision of 10.5.3 and 10.5.3.1 on Frequency of Review proposed that a standard should be reviewed"in ita 27 895Z 28TZ5
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D22 Executive Subcommittee Meeting Page 7 of 15 April 7, 1997 9.4.2 Underwriters Laboratory and NSP International have filed, with ANSI, their intentions to establish standards for products based on their emissions into Sndoor air. Mr. Levin indicated that emission testing will be a driving force for the commercial work. He anticipates a change In the subcommittee and feels that there will be a lot sore commercial participation. Mr. Levin does not want to proceed on the basis of contesting the jurisdictional transfer. Mr. Levin wants to request jurisdiction. He stated that it ie not about the transfer. He said that the transfer has already taken place. 9.4.3 Jurisdiction Issue on E1333 (Transfer of E1333 froa E8 to D7) Chairsan Iake reported that at the last seeting there was a long discussion about this subject. Hal Levin will be discussing this iseve at the opening meeting of Subcossittee .05. It may be deferred, at this tise, pending the outco.e of the discussion. At the reconvened session, Hal Levin stated that a motion was made In Subcosafttee .05 by Richard Roth and was seconded by Chris Steel. The setion was that D22 request the Committee on Standards to transfer Jurisdiction of D1333 to Committee D22, specifically to 22.05. The motion carried in Subcommittee D22.05 M abatentions. Among the negatives, three weee votes by proxy. Mr. Levin said he eade no effort to obtain proxies, although he was aware that there would be proxies on the negative side. George Luciw said that if the Executive Subcommittee recommends that D22 pursue the request of the aution, ae early as possible. D22 needs to create a letter, to the Committee on Standards, outlining their request and their reasone and Justifications for saking that request. The next scheduled meeting for the committee is in September. The request would probably appear on the 20 D22 Executive Subcommittee Meeting Page 8 of 16 April 7, 1997 Committee on Standards September Meeting Agenda. There aay he a need for a proper and appropriate representation. Chairman Ieke stated that the request would - be processed according to ASTM preeedures. He requested that Hal Levin of D22.05 take the lead role, in putting together the materials. Chairman Iske also asked Mr. Levin to be a representative of this committee at ASTM. Hal Levin made a sotion to approve the position of the subcoasittee. The aotion vas seconded by Richard Danchik. Bill Oroah discussed the contents of a letter which was written to each of the Subcommittee Chairaen of D7, D22 and ES. He !s hoping to deal with the problem without a challenge. Mr. Groah feels that D22 would be the appropriate vehicle for the enalttical portion. He stated that this Standard is a 96 version. Unless it is drastically wrong, it should not be reviewed for another 3-4 years. He feels the efforts are better directed towards developing test methods than they are challenging each other. Harry Rook shared the history of the origin of the issue. There were two . fundamental bases; the issue of whether there wae a jurisdictional conflict and the issue of whether the method was best fostered through Committee E8. He stated that he reached an inforsal sgreesent with the Chairman of E6 that the issue of Jurisdiction was In the scope of D22. He did agree, with the Chairman at that tiae, that if the oorittee would consider the negative comments that came in from D22.05, Mr. Rook would not request a scope jurisdiction. He commented to the Chairman of E6, at that tiae, that if 96 ever wanted to get rid of that sethod. D22.06 should get it because it fell within the D22.05 scope. Neither Snforsallr nor formally did Mr. Rook eay elnce we have a scope violation that he would continue to condone, ae Chairaan, a transfer to a committee where the scope violation would continue. Secondly, this is parallel with the past acid deposition iseue. Mr. Rook stated that since there are members of D22.05 who are willing to work on the Standard properly, we should take the scope over and be done with it. 21 S9SZ L8tZS
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D22 Executive Subcossittee Meeting Page 3 of 15 April 7, 1997 Standarde and on the Provisional Standard on indoor air. 3.6.2 George Luciw stated that within the subconsittee report foras, on the third page, there is a block for Public Relations. Mr. Luciw asked that each Chair identify the sub7ect area and the point of contact within the subcossittee. Mr. Luciw will pursue the publicity based on this inforsation. 4. Staff Manager's Report - George Luciw - See Attechsent A for the cosplete report correct. If the member has an e-Mail eddress, he asked the member to print the e- Mail address under their nase and the address will be Put into the roster. 4.7.2 There was good sesbership participation at the New Orleans, Fall 1996, October seeting. There were seventy sesbers and thirty visitors. Acsording to Mr. Luciv, this was probably because of the activities in Subcossittee .03. 4.7.3 Headquarters issued two circular letters to all officers. 4.1 The Ballot Results (first two pagee) show the 4.2 outcome of Ballot D22(96-02). Ites 51 in Subcosaittee 11 is the only open Ites. The sost recent Main Couittee Ballot issued is .3 D22(97-01). Attachsent 11, at the end of the report, Ss the sussarr of the results of that ballot. Mr. Luciw urged each subcooittee .esber to review the cosaents and/or negatives regarding that ballot. Page 3. area c) indicatee any Itess which are due or overdue. These are Subcosittee Ballots issued since the October 1998 seeting where Itess did not autoeaticallr advance to Main Corittee Ballot. - 4.4 Coasittee Funds 4.7.4 4.4.1 The cash balance of D22 Main Cooittee Fund. as of Septesber 30, 1996,.was $ 29,361.81. , 4.4.2 The current cash balance, after receipts and disbureesents have been recorded, is i 26,287.36. 4.4.3 The D22.09 ISO/TC146 Fund has a sere balance and there is no activity at this tise. D22 Executive Subcossittee Meeting Page 4 of 15' April 7, 1997 5. One of thes, 1712, deals with proposed changes to regulations. Headquarters is asking for the officers of subco®ittees to review and to coordinate. through the • chairsan of the coaittee, and subnit ONE unified response to the proposed changes of 'regulatione. This response is to be representative of the consensus viewpoint of Cooittee D22. Circular #713 deals with handling SI unlts. There are three .ajor areas of proposed change. Chalrsan Iske gave a deadline of June 15, 1997 for the response to these circulars. Chairesn lake asked Mr. Luciw to review the aesbership drop list since there were two nases resaining on the se.bership which should have been teken off per the 1996 fall cooittee seeting discussion. Mr. Luciw said the sesbers' nases would be dropped. Mesbership Report - Mark Peden - See Attaoh.ent C for the cosplete report 6.1 4.5 scheduling Deadline Dates See Page 5 of Attachsent A 5.2 4.6 Future Meetings See Page 5 of Attachaent A 4.7 Additional Discussions 4.7.1 Mr. Luciw asked each member to review the roster to aake sure that all inforaatlon is 16 The current se.bership Se 340. There were four ueses of seabers not returning the last three ballots issued. 5.2.1 Alfred T. godgeon and Michael S. Laprarie were on the Septeaber 25, 1996 list that the Executive Subcorlttee had voted to drop. Hal Levin indicated that Alfred T. Hodgson ie in the process of authoring soaething in his couittee and asked how this should be 17 E95Z L9IZS
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A/f U AS111I BOULDER CONFERENCE JULY 13 -17, 1997 ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL MEASUREMENT METHODS FOR ASBESTOS SFo¢wredby ASTM Co®itOx 1)22 On SemPlivg and Amlyso of AtlnuspLems Rod The Fmim®mul Informedcc Asemiuion University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado 63 CGNFPRENCE CoMMIT1EE CONFkRENCE CHAEtMEN: Michul E. Eeard ComNtant R.kigb, NC Dr. Harry L. Rook Natioml Iestiture of StandWa and Tecbnobgy GaiWasbeg. MD ASTM SIAFF MANAGER: George A. Luciw ASiM West CoreLohocken, PA PROGRAM CODff.117TEE: Dr. Robert L. Perkins Rexdreh Triurgk Inuinae Research Triangle Park. NC Gn M. Stewart RJl.ee GroaV Momoeviik, PA Dr. Jamea R Milktte Mdk4e, Vandet Wond enA Associates Noo=ms, GA E`ie E. Smel Nstluml lmtitut6 of Suadmds and Technology G.ithersburg. MD Jamd S. Webber N. Y. State Depufrrect of Health Albany. NY Dr. Eric J. ChtMld ChuEeM Technical Coosulting Miniessugs, Omazio CANADA Wiilism M. Ewing. CQi CoaPaa Eaviro®emsl. foe. . Muiara. GA 64 009Z TS:ZS
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I. sampler 3. passive sampling 2. integrated sampling 4. whole air sampling There was discussion about the need for lead-in definitions for a few D 1356 terms: I. concentration 4. temperature 2. deposition 5. psychrometer 3. hygrometer Bill Oatess offered to look for previously published definitions that would be appropriate. The Subcommittee looked at the definitions already in D 1356 and decided that the term psy~ should be balloted for deletion, the sub-definitions ospiroted psychrometer and sling (whirling) psychrometer should be moved to sub- definitions under hygnxrx#er as ospiroted hygrometer and sling (whirling) hygrameter, and the definition for sling (whirling) psychrometer should then become °see hygrrnteLea". Bob Lewdsthen janed the n eeting, and the discussion about the definition of sequential sampling was repeated. He also indioted that all US EPA publications were available through the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) and that NTIS was the appropriate reference for the documents footnoted in D3514, The meeting was then adjourned at 4:00 PM. 3
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CHECKLIST FOR PREPARATION OF NEW AND REVISED STANDARDS ADJUNCTS Materials that may be required for proper use of a standard, though not published as part of the standard For more information on preparing and approving an adjunct, obtain a"Proposal for Developing an Adjunct" form from the Manager, Editorial Services. Adjuncts must be available prior to the publication of the related standard. . COPYRIGHTED MATERIALS: Permission to reprint shall be granted before copyrighted materials can be included in a published standard. Consider citing the appropriate reference document and section instead. For more information, see Section F5 of the Form and Style for ASTM Standards (Blue Book). Notify your staff manager. COVER LETTER: Used to explain the purpose and history of ballot item, a cover letter is mandatory for all concurrently balloted items or items being balloted for withdrawal. Cover letters including well developed rationale can minimize the receipt of negative votes. DRAFT DOCUMENT: Use the Blue Book in the development of the draft document. Type the original manuscript on white bond in double-spaced format. FIGURES: Original figures for new or revised figures will be required for publication. Submit figures, with balloted item, as glossy prints or line drawings of professional quality at twice the size they will be published. Submit the figures to your manager or editor, noting the standard in which the figure(s) will be included. FIRE STANDARDS: Any committee may develop fire standards. For more information on the development of these standards, see Section F2.2 of the Blue Book. Committee E5 on Fire Standards is available to assist with the development and review of fire standards. KEYWORDS: Keywords are a mandatory section of any ASTM standard. For more Information, see Sections A28, 634 or E17 of the Blue Book. PATENTED MATERIALS: Permission to print patented information shall be obtained before the standard can be published. Additionally, special caveats must be Included In the balloted draft and approved standard. For more Information, see Section F3 of the Blue Book. Notify your staff manager. RATIONALE: (See "Cover Letter7 RESEARCH REPORTS: Numerical data, rationales, sources, and other Information used to establish the precision of a test method. For more information on formatting a research report, request a Research RepoR Format Guide from your Manager or Editor. Research Reports, upon receipt at ASTM Headquarters, may be cited In the related standard and, once submitted, are maintained on file by Headquarters, (see "Statistical Information"). REVISIONS: Submit revisions In one of five formats. For further Information, obtain a copy of Preparing Revisions for Ballot from your manager, administrative assistant, or editor. (see "Draft Documentl. SI UNITS (Metric): For information pertaining to the inclusion of SI units in ASTM Standards, see Part H of the Blue . Book. Committee E43 on SI Practice is available to assist with impiementation of SI in ASTM Standards. SOURCES OF SUPPLY: Multiple sources of supply shall not be cited in a standard. Speciflc commercial sources shall be permitted only when there is g_ng source. For more Information, see Section F4 of the Blue Book. STATISTICAL INFORMATION: Committee E11 on Quality and Statistics is avaiiable to assist with the development and review of statistical Information for precision and bias statements. TERMINOLOGY: Committee E2 on Terminology is available to assist with the development and review of terminology. For additional information, see Part E of the Blue Book. TRADEMARKED ITEMS: Permission to cite trademarked items shall be obtained before a standard including trademarks can be published. For additional information, see Section F4 of the Blue Book. Notify your staff manager. N ~ 58 ~ Ol
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D22 Main Couittee Meeting Page 9 of 13 April 9, 1997 7.6 D22.07 Asbestos Sampling and Analysis - Michael Beard - There are no items for Main Committee action. 7.7 D22.09 International Standards - Harry Rook - Not present due to illness 7.8 D22.11 Meteorology - Tom Lockhart - There was one item to go to Concurrent Subcossittee/ Main Committee/Society Review Ballot. The ites ie as follows: 1] Z8098Z Standard Practice For Measuring Surface Atsospherlc Tesperature With Electrical Tesperature Sensors (Metric) There were two negatlves found persuasive but the re-write does not chwnge the technical aspects of the standard significantly. A action wee made by Tom Lockhart that the one Stes go to Concurrent Subcommittee/Main Corittee/ Society Ballot. The sotion was seconded by Paul Fransioli. The sotion earriedb• Main Committee vot of 21 affirestives. 0 neeatlves `gnd 0 abst ntions. 8. Johnson Conference 1998 - Chairsan Allen Iske - 8.1 Chairman Ieke indicated that there In very little time left to begin plans for the 1998 eonference.It 1s isperative that the toplc. speakers, and related plans be chosen and put into place very soon in order to meet the deadline for the 1998 conference. 8.2 Richard Danchik stated that he would aeet with John Howell and Jim Larson of the E34 Committee about presenting the topic of metal removal fluid. Mr. Danchik indicated that it would be a timely and appropriate subJect for 1998. Chairsan Iske asked Mr. Danchik to be the D22 co- ehair for the 1998 conference, should it be possible to srrsnge such a conference at this late date. Mr. Danchik agreed to take this responsibility. Mr. Danchik will report to Chairman Iske sbout the Possible 1998 presentation.,,withln the end of the week. In order to get the technical papers and related saterials In process. 9 D22 Main Committee Meeting pege 10 of 13 April 9. 1997 9. Boulder Conference 1997 - Michael Beard - 9.1 The title of the conference In 'Advances In Environmental Asbestos Measurement Methods' The dates of the conference are July 13 - 17, 1997 The topics and speakers are sll in order. There are thirty-two papers being presented. Although there In a wide choice of sub3ecte that w111 be presented, within the asbestos arena, a particular paper to be preeented during the water session on Wednesday ie titled "Sludge, Crud, and Fish Guts; Creative Approaches to Non-Standard Asbestos Nater Sasple Analysis." 9.2 The Boulder Conference 1999 9.2.1 There are three potential topics. The finalized topic will be chosen at the Fall 1997 ASTM'Conference Stephen Wieker suggested s topic related to the emission standards issues. gal Levin suggested the obaracterisation of Sndoor air and/or Sndoor air chemistry. And. Chairman Ieke suggested the possible topic of new technology using iisunologioal analysis for regulatory compliance as well as routine testing. Chairsan iske also urged anyone eho has a suggested topic to contact h1m or to subsit it at the Fall meeting. 10. Other Business 10.1 Appointment of Nominations Committee - Chairman Allen Iske - 10.1.1 The Nominations Cosittee In to create a slate for the next new officers. The new offfcers will serve from JanuarT 1. 1998 thru December 31, 1999. This slate Ss to be finalized prior to the ASTM Fall Meeting. The slate will be approved by the membership and then the election In to be held by the end of the rear. 10 6SSZ SSTZS
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REVISIONS TO FORM AND STYLE FOR ASTM STANDARDS APPROVED BY COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS: APRIL 1996 EFFECTIVE DATE: MAY 1996 p P)Z.VfOLIc F4.1.2 References to specific commercial sources of supply shall be permitted only when there is one source. 14.1.3 Information on the source of supply, when applicable, shall be included in a footnote. A 11.6 It is the responsibility of the sponsoring committee to assure itself that suitable apparatus is available (see Section F4). If the apparatus has to be built, blueprints, plans, etc. should be cited In a footnote in this section as available through ASTM Headquarters as adjunct material to the standard. aw F4.1.2 Since ASTM does not cettify specific apparatus, reagents, or reference materials, reference to specific commercial sources of supply are permitted only when there is a sole source of supply. F4.1.2.1 Information on the sole source of supply shall be included in a footnote. Include wording such as: The sole source of supply of the apparatus known to the committee at this time is (name and address of the supplier). If you are aware of alternative suppliers, please provide this information to ASTM Headquarters. Your comments will receive careful consideration at a meeting of the responsible technical committee', which you may attend. F4.1.3 If the apparatus is not widely available, but more than one source of supply is known, or If apparatus that is widely available needs to be checked for suitability in the application specified, the committee can reference criteria for evaluating the apparatus. This reference can be to a section of the standard, to a separate existing standard or other published document, or can be in the form of an annex or appendix to the standard, or flled as aa ASTM research report or adjunct. 14.1.3.1 Text refereaoiog the aveilability of such criteria, and any requirement on the use of such criteria, should be included in the appropriate section of the standetd. Include wording such as: All available apparatus may not be suitable for this application. Apparatus considered for use in this application shall be checked for suitability in accordance with the requirements of (insert reference to appropriate evaluation document). At 1.6 It is the responsibility of the sponsoring committee to assure itself that suitable apparatus Is available (see Section F4). A11.6.1 if the apparatus is special or not readily available,' detailed mles for referencing sources of supply shall be followed. See Section F4. A11.6.2 If the apparatus has to be built, blueprints, plans, etc, should be cited in a footnote in this section as available through ASTM Headquarters as adjunct material to the standard. B27.4 Sources oJApparatua-Where apparatus is special or not B27.4 If the apparatus is special or not readily available, readily available from more than one or two sources, these detailed rules for referencing sources of supply shall be followed. sources may be referenced. (However, see Section F4 for See Section F4. detailed rules.) INSERT THIS FLYER INTO YOUR BLUE BOOK! . 38 52181 2576
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D22 Main Committee Meeting Page 11 of 13 D22 Main Coelttee Meeting Page 12 of 13 April 9. 1997 April 9, 1997 The appointed Nominations Couittee consiete 10.3 Publicity for D22 - Chairman Allen Iake - of the following: Narry Rook, Past D22 Chairman Irene DeOraff (as Chair Appointment) Richard Danchik (as Executive Subcommittee 10.3.1 Chairman Ieke reminded those attending the meeting that "Standardization News' in one of several sources of what goes on in the ASTN D22 committees. Member Appointment) Loretta Skowron (Main Committee Member Appointment) Nires Nagda (Main Committee Member Appointment) 10.1.2 According to By-Laws, an officer ssr be in office for three terms per office and then must rotate out of that office. Chairman Iake encouraged new leadership. He reminded those that serve on the cossittee that they are eligible and may nominate thessel+es. 10.2 Status of EPA Partnership - Stephen Misker - . 10.2.1 Public Law 104 mandates the relevant agencies to utilize third party consensus standards, wherever they can. ASTM presented letters to EPA but got very little response. The EMC Branch set with Oeorge Luc1w, Harry Rook, Robert Lewis, Michael Beard, and Stephen Misker. The agreed upon docusent, QA/QC docusent. Ss being developed in D22.03. The Office of 10.3.2 Chairsen Iske urged the subcommittees and committee sesbere to send Snforaatlon, of interest outside of the co..ittee, to Oeorge Lueiw at the ASTM headquarters so that it ean be placed in the available publications. 10.4 Health Risk Issues in D22 Standards - Chairman Allen Iske - - 10.4.1 He stated-that there was no opportunity to discuss this issue with the Executive Subcommittee. This will be discussed in the next Executive Subcossittee Meeting and also at the subcommittee level 1n order to come to a final conclusion of what, if anything, will be changed in the D22 methods. 10.5 Trade Mark Issue for D22 Brochure - Chairman Allen Iake - 10.6.1 A ballot will be sent out this summer for a vote ae to rhether D22 will trademark the logo which was created for the committee and which is now being used on the ASTM D22 brochure as well ae other committee aailere. etc. Research and Development haw been in contact with Rarry Rook. They are lntereeted in getting out ef the activitr of Standards Developsent. The Office of Research and ' Development wishes to meet with D22.03 and prioritize sose activity which D22.03 can work 10.8 0.7 Funds Management for D22 - Harry Rook - 10.6.1 Mr. Rook vas not present due to illness. 22 By-Laws - Chairman Allen Iske - with. 10.7.1 Chairman Ieke finished the Br-La.e rewrite Harry Rook was given the Sapression that there saY be funds avwilable, from the agency. to facilitate ASTM to get to a serious validation procedure. Mr. 9lsker and others v111 go to RTP about the week of May 12, 1997. They will report to the Executive Subcommittee at the ASTM Fall 1997 Meeting. iY and sent a copy of the draft to each Executive Subcommittee on February 27. Chairman Iske re-.rote and clarified the scope, being careful not to change the scope. He asked for any suggestions or questions to be given to hi., in written forso so that he can incorporate/consider thes for the final document. 10.7.2 The management of the D22 funds ia addressed within the By-Laws. There will be a permanent Finance Subcommittee if the BI-Lars are approved. 22 095Z t8IZ5
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D22 Executive Subcommittee Meeting Page 5 of 15' April 7. 1997 ' ' handled. Chairman Iwke wtatod that the proper procedure is in the Br-lsws. 5.2.2 A motion was made by William Oroah to have . the four names dropped froa the D22 Committee roster. The sotion was seconded by Harry Rook. The sotion carried by unanisou i-e v 5.3 There were eight nases of veabers not returning the laqt two ballots issued. 5.3.1 These neabers have been notified and reainded of the necessity of returning ballots In order to avoid being dropped from Main Committee membership. 5.4 Chairman Iske urged the subcorittee Chaire to keep In contact with each of the members and to try to keep thes active. 6. Awards Cossittee Report - Mark Peden -' The committee consists of: Mark Peden, Chairman Richard Roth Carlton Roaael William Oatess Allen Iske, Ex Officio George Luciw, Staff Manager 6.1 Award of Merit nominations must be received, by headquarters$ no later then Novenber 1, 1997. Contact an7 neaber on the committee with any nasee within a subcommittee which ear be considered. These nominations will be sent on to headquarters. 7. Ad.inistrative Vice Chairsan's Report - Robert Lswis - 7.1 Mr. Lewis commented on receiving a copy of the last meeting minutes which were attached to the package sent by ASTM D22 headquarters. This served aw-a reainder of activities which had taken plaee and which aight affect the current meeting. 8. Technical Vice Chairperson's Report - Irene Daoraff - There was no report at thie time. 9. Information Items froe Subcosaittee Chairsen Prior to All Member Meeting (Main Committee Meeting) ta D22 Executive Subcorittee Meeting Page 6 of 15 April 7, 1997 9.1 D22.01 - Quality Control - Carlton Moasl - There was no report at this time. 9.2 D22.03 - Sources and Ambient Atmospheres- Stephen Misker - 9.2.1 Some of the .eabere are discussing validation procedures. There is no forenliaed way of validating eo.e of the procedures. This needs to be considered when thinking of their future relationship with the agency. This In particularly true because the agency spende large amounts of money with eontraetors developing methodologies and supposedlr affecting validation of those methodologies. Mr. visker stated that, 1f the subcommittee 1e doing the job for the contractore, ASTM should formally approach the agency and request a portion of the monies being paid. The eubcorittee should also assist in picking the contractors who will be working with the methodology. According to Mr. Miaker. D22 has the expertise but it does not have a direct way of going after validation. Mr. Lewis suggested that, if the vork group is properlT coaposed, validation could be achieved at basically no cost by using the round-robin approach. .3 22.04 Mr. Levin stated that his committee has the sase issues. This concern will be discussed at the Long Range Committee Meeting. - Workplace Atmospheres - Richard Dwnchlk - 9.3.1 A Provisional Standard on metal removal fluids in workplace attospheres was passed. There was one negative vote but the negative was resolved. 9.4 D22.06 - Indoor Air - gal Levin - 9.4.1 There is a conflict, for the second year in a row, with a major indoor air conference. This drawe from the attendance of the spring meeting. i9 D95Z :8tZ5
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MINUTES ASTM SUBCAMMI1lFE D-22.01 ON QUAUTYCONTROL APR1L 6, 1997 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI Chair: Cart[on C. Hommel Vice-Chair: Loretta M. Skowron Secretary: Loretta M. Skowron I . CALI_ TO ORDER The meeting was called to order at 1:05 PM by Chair Hommel. Members present were Robert G. Lewis, Carlton O. Hommel, S.D. Allen Iske, William E, Oatess, Mark E. Peden, Jane Rothert, Loretta M. Ska„vron, and visi[or Irene DeGraff. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES The minutes of the 10/30/96 meeting in New Orleans were noted as being incorrect in that Niren Nagda, S.D. Allen Iske, and Robert G. Lewis were listed as visitors instead of members. The minutes of 10,r30/96 meeting shouki be amended to reflect their memberships. Other than this, the minutes of the New Orleans meeting were approved. 3. SPECIAL ANNOUNCFMEM'S There was discussion about the ladc of a vice-chair of D22.01 as required by the by-laws of Committee D22. Loretta Skowron was named as vice-chair of the Subcommittee. Jane Rothert was approved for D22.01 membership and will be the representative from D22.06. 4. REVIEW OF SUBCOMMITTEE g4llOT The results ofSuboommittee Ballot D22.01 (97-01) were reviewed. The issue date was 01 /R9/57 and the dosing date was 02/14/97. There were 17 items, 29 ballots sent, and 21 returned, with a 72.41 % return. NI items, except numbers 10. 12, and I S, sunrived Subcommittee ballot without negative votes or substantial comments and will be forwarded to Main Committee ballot. Item 10. Revision of D 1356-97 (add definition of sampler): I S affirmative, I negative, 5 abstention. The rxgatrve vofe was received from David S. Begelow, who said that the "concentration" of a collected sample did not necessarily need to be measured to qualify a sampler. The subcommittee agreed that his argument was persuasive and the item should be withdrawn from ballot. However, Dave's proposed definition: °sampler, n,- an independent device or component of a system that subselec[s a portion of a population or physical feature of an atmosphere" was not accepted by the subcommittee as better than the current proposed definition after taking out the reference to concentration measurement. The item is to be resubmitted for ballot at the subcommittee level. 1 [•: L
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D22.04 Minutes Aprit 1997 1s c. d. Submit D4597 for ballot. Work with task group on solvent desorption practicelgulde. 13. Elizabeth Woolfenden a. b. Act as lalson with D22.05 on thermal desorption method. Act as lalson with D22.05 on VOC practice. 14. John Howell a. Shephard PS42 provisional standard for oil mist for subcommittee ballot. 95 ~
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D22 Main Committee Mesting Page 5 of 13 April 9, 1997 A.otion was made by Carlton Roanel that the one item go to Concurrent Subcoaittee/Main Committee Ballot. The sotion was seconded by Richard Danchik. Th tl i d by N i G itt _t of 21 sffir tiv 0 e t] e and 0 aD i] s 7.2 D22.03 Sources and Asbient Atsospheres - Stephen Mieker - There was one motion for Concurrent Subcommittee/ Main Cossittee/Societr Review Ballot. It is as follows: I) 266787 Standard Test Method For Determination Of Gaseous And Particulate Pol7crclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons In Asbient Air. This Standard wsa previously balloted with one negative. The negative has been resolved and the changes were minor. A motion wae made by Stephen 9ieker that the one item go to Concurrent Subces.ittee/Main Cossittee/ Society Ballot. This motion was seconded by Carlton Me..el. D22 Main Committee Meeting Page 6 of 13 April 9, 1997 . A.otion was aade by Stephen Misker that the one itea go to Concurrent Subcommittee/Main Cowittee/ Ballot. The motion was seconded by Richard Danchik. The soti n carried b M i Cmitt v t f 2j_affireatives. 0 negativee and 0 abataining. 31 D5281-92 Test Method For Collection And Analysis Of Rexavalent. Chromium In Ambient, Morkplace. Or Indoor Atmospheres There are to be no changes. only re-approval. A motion was sade by Stephen Misker that the one item go to Concurrent Subcorittee/Main Cossittee/ Society Ballot. It was seconded by Michael Beard. The aetie carried bf Main Committee vote of 21 sffirs0.tivee. 0 ne[ativee, and 0 betaininY 41 D5011-92 Practicee For Calibration Of Ozone Monitors Using Transfer Standards There are to be no changes, only re-approval. A motion was made by Stephen Mieker that the items go to Concurrent Subcommittee/Main Cosaittee/ 1'he sotion carrl d b. Main~G itt v t f Society Ballot. It was seconded by Richard Danchik. 21 ffi ti 0 [ ti and 0 b { ai i[ y , 21 sffirsatives. 0 negatives, and 0 abetainin[. There were five Standards to be Balloted for their five year re-approval. They were as follow: 61 D3685/D3685M-92 Teet Method For Sampling And Determination Of Particulate Matter In 11 D4096 Determination Of Total Suspended Stack Oases Particulate Matter In The Atmosphere This document hae been slightly editorially modified. There will be an editorial revision. (Contact Ms. Oatees) A motion was made by Stephen Nieker that the one Stem go to Concurrent Subco..ittee/Mein Corittee/ A notion was made by Stephen Nisker that the ove ites go to Concurrent Subcoa.ittee/Main Coaslttee/ Society Ballot. It wae seconded by Michael Beard. Ballot. The motion was seconded by Michael Beard. The eotion carried by Main Committee vote of Th ti 1 d b M] C 1 f 21 affirsative . 0 Y ti and 0 b t 1 1 7.3 D22.04 vorkplaee Atmospheres - Richard Danchik - 21 D4323-84 Test Method For Hydrogen Sulfide In The Atmosphere By Rate Of Change Of Reflectance There are five items to go to Concurrent Subcoesittee/Main Ceadttee/Societr Ballot. These itess are as follow: There are to be no changes, only re-approval. 11 New Standard Method For Determination Of HDI In ' Air With MAMA In The Workplace Atmosphere s LSSZ T8iZS
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D22 Main Committee Meeting April 9, 1997 Page 7 of 13 A sotion was made by Richard Danchik that the one item go to Concurrent Subcommittee/Main Cooittee/ Society Ballot. It was seconded by Sheldon Thompson. The ti carried b N i i e of 21 affirsativea. O¢[ ti s and 0 b t ini 4 2] New Standard Method Per Determination Of RDI In Air With MOPID In The Workplace Atmosphere A setion was made by Richard Danchik that the one item go to Concurrent Sabcomalttee/Main Coesilttee/ Society Ballot. It was seconded by Irene DeOraff. The sotion carri d b. M 1 C ittee v f 21 affirastivee. 0 n a 1 and 0 b 1 1[ 31 D4532-92 Test Method For Respirable Dust In Workplace Atmospheres There were eight negatives which were found perauaelve. The method has been revised and is ready for re-balloting. A sotion was made by Richard Danchik that the one item go to Concurrent Subcommittee/Main Cossittee/ Society Ballot. It wae seconded by Martin Harper. The eotion carried br N in -Ri f ?1 wffirantivea. 0 negatives. and 0 aba ainl e 4] D5337-92 Practice For Plos Rate Of Personal Saspling Pumps There were three negatives which vere found persuasive. The method has been revised and is ready for re-balloting. A sotion was made by Richard Danchik that the one ites go to Concurrent Subcommittee/Main Cossittee/ Society Ballot. It was seconded by Irene De6raff. Thention carried b. M 1 1 of 21 sffiraati. s. 0 [s iv s. ..d 0 slnin[. 5] D4597-92 Standard Practice For Saspling Workplace Atsoapheres To Collect Organic Owses Or Vapors With Activated Charcoal Diffueional • Sasplers A request was made for re-approval with revisione. A sotion was made by Richard Danchik that the one itea go to Concurrent Subcossittee/Main Cosaittee/ Society Ballot. It was seconded by Irene DeOraff. D22 Main Committee Meeting Page 8 of 13 April 9, 1997 Th ti Sed by X 1 Committee vote of 91 f[1 tl 0 [ t1 . n d 0 abetainin[. 7.4 D22.05 Indoor Air - Niran Nagda - (Hal Levin Absent) There are four items to go to Concurrent Subcooittee/Main Cassittee/Society Ballot. They are as follow: 1] PS40 Provisional Standard For Interpretation Of Carbon Dioxide Messuresents For Indoor Air Quality And Ventilation A sotion was ande by Niran Nagda that the one item go to Concurrent Subcossittee/Main Cossittee/ Society Ballot. It was seconded by Michael Beard. Th ti n carried by Main Committee vote of 21 ffirs ti. a. 0 ne[atives. and 0 abetainin[. 2] 26717 Practice For VOC Testing For Bedding Sets A sotion wae made by Niran Nagda that the one item go to Concurrent Subeomittee/Main Committee/ Society Ballot. It was seconded by Richard Danchik. Th n t1 carried by Main Committee vote of 21 ffi ti 0 [ ti and 0 abetaininN._ 3] Z6718 Practice For VOC Exposure Estimation For Bedding Sets A setion was made by Niran Nagda that the one Stea go to Concurrent Subcoaslttee/Main Cossittee/ Society Ballot. It was seconded by Michael Beard. The oti i d b M i C oittee t o f . 21 ffi ti 0 [ t1 and 0 b L 1 in[ 4] Z6685 Practice For Selection And Use Of Sorbents With VOCs Thermal Desorption Analytical Procedures For In Air A notion was made by Niren Nagda that the one Stes go to Concurrent Subcommittee/Main Cossittee/ Society Ballot. It vas seconded by Robert Lew1e. ]'h i i d b Mai itt t of 21 ffi ti . 0 negatives, and O abstainins. 7.5 D22.06 Atmosphere Deposition - Jane Rothert - There are no items for Main Committee action. 8 8SSZ IBiZS
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SOD6arlbbetOri.e • WiConhohedme,M 19R1-29PUSl Tdephose610.831-91pp • FAX6106R•951J • mu4n.uihds®.og A.1aJ,fi•6d,&trA edam, s)taw o-seNat A# A ~ AS1M CO MM1T[EEREPORT F.RECUIT V E StlBCOMbII7TEE~ APRQ.7, 1997-Sr. LOUIS, MO . . .. 1. BEIdAXTBESIII.1S The following is the etatus of ballot item as they first appeared on D-22 Nain CeOMdttee Ballote. a) RanN llgf96A2111ned AnM 7. 1996- b.. c.e+s.nb.. FA, aDd aPpUL*M M6 SQCM This eallot consists of 53 Ster frew Subeesnittees 022.01. D22-03, 022.0s, D22.05, and D22.11. , ' It. 1-36 Su b.01 Revision D 1356-96 Terminology - All Itms approved January 10. 1997 unlass othereisa indicated Item 1 Aspirator - N/D It. 2 LJector It. 3 f2dssions - I[/D It. 4 Spectrometry - N/D It. 5 Atmosphere Item 6 Dust Item 7 Gs Item 8 Mol• Prattlon Item 9 Optical Measurlnq Path Length ' It. 10 Nonitos - N/D It. 11 2 Plovseter - M/D i Item 1 Itm 13 aar Particle Sire Distribution It. 14 Sorhiet Apparatus It. 15 Point Analyrer - N/D Item 16 Open Path 1lnalyrar Item 17 Gage Pressure Item 16 Sorption ' Itm 19 Sorbent - N/D - Item 20 Irpactor b) Item 21 Cascade Inquctor Item 22 Organic Chmlcal It. 23 Volatile Organic Chenicel It. 24 Smivolatile Organic Chemical It. 25 Nenvolatile Organic Chenteal Item 26 Actlve Sanpllnq Item 27 ' Passive Saepllnq - M/D It. 28 Cryoqenlc Senmlinq It. 29 Reactive S.eplinq It. 30 Nhele Alr Sazpllnq It. 31 Sorbent SasF.linq - N/D Itm 32 Collocated Saeplinq Item 33 ContinuoueMenltorlnq - M/D Item 34 Saspler - M/D itm 35 House Depr•seuriration - N/D 6 I 6 kd fti t. 3 ac nq ra 29 Item 37 . Sub .01 Reapprove D 3670-91 Approved Dec. 10, 1996 Itm 38 Sub .03 Nw D 6060-96 Practice for Sampling of Proeees ~ . Vants vith a Partable Gas Chrmatoqraph - Approved Oct. 10. 1996 It. 39 Sub .03 Rev. D 5280-9s - Approved Oct. 10. 1996 It. 40 Sub .04 Nw D6061-96 Practice for Lvaluatinq the Performance of RespireEle Aerosol Samplers - Approved Dec. 10. 1996 It. 41 Sub .04 Nw 0 6 0 6211-9 6 Guida for Personal Saeplers of Nealth-Related Aerosol Fractions - Approved Dec. 10, 1996 Itm 42 Sob .04 Nw D 6058-96 Practice for Detarminlnq the Concentration of Airborne Sinqle-Crystal Ceramic ' NhLkers in the Workplace Fsviroment - Approved Dec. 10. 1996 It. 43 It. 44 Item 45 Sub .01 Nw 0 6056-96 Teet Method fur Determining tha Concentration of Alrborne Sinqle-Cryatal Ceramic Mhl N k k S h l Sob .04 e era n t e or p ace Environment by TIX - Approved Dec. 10, 1996 Mw 0 6057-96 Test Method-for Determining the Concantration of 111rberne Sinqle-Crystal Ceramic Dh W Sub .04 lskers in the orkplace Cnvlroment by PCN - Approved Dee. 10, 1996 Me. 0 6059-96 Test Method for Datarmininq the Concmtration of Airborne Slnqle-Crystal Cernmlc Whiskers in the Workplace O,vironment by SIM - Approved Dec. 10. 1996 It. 46 Sub .04 Rev. 0 4490-90 - Approved Oct. 10, 1996 It. 47 Sub .04 Nev. 0 4599-90 - Withdrawn from 6dlot Item 48 Sub .04 Rev. D a185-90 - Approved Dec. 10. 1996 It. 49 Sub .05 Re•pprove D 5157-91 - vlthdrarn from Sallot It. 50 Sub .11 Nw D 6011-96 Test Method for Deteeminlnq the Perfqrmsnce ef a Sonic nnasoneter/Thermoueter Approved - Oct. 10. 1996 Item 51 Sub .I1 Nee Praetiee for Measorin9 Surface Atmospheric Iaqraratere r3th Clettrleel ]beper+ture Sensors (Z609lL) - Open Neq.tlve Itm 52 Suh .11 Nev. D s630-BS(1990) - Approved Oct. 10, 1996 Item 53 Sub .11 R.v. 0 5366-95 - Approved Oct. 10, 1996 ~ D2ih7-011 Lw.a Lee~ '01997-DesdRne M b 6. 1997 ,d Februa I997 ~ Th1a Nallat consists of 8 Stms from Subounnittees D22.0a, D22.05 and D22.06 Attachment P1 is the ballot results .u®aq 30 OLSZ i8*ZS
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Itern 12. Revision of D 1356-97 (change the definition of sequential sampling): 14 affirmative, I negative, 6 abstention. Comment.swere received from William E. Oatess, ratingthatthe phrase, "See running sample" should be added. A negative vote was received from David S. Bigelow. Dave wrote that the example given ("e. g. for five minutes out of every hour over 24 hours") was technically and conceptually incorred, and descriptive of intermittent sampling. He also pointed out that the present standard definition in D 1356 of "running sample" is the correct definition of sequential sampling. The Subcommittee agree unanimously that Bigelow was correct and deemed his negative persuasive. The item was withdrawn from ballot. Upon further examination of what was already in the book, it was decided that Carfton Hommel would ask the editors to change "running sample" to "running sampling", move the current definition to the "sampling" section, and that the current definition of sequential sampling be changed to "See running sornpling under sampGng." Item IS. Revision of D1356-97 (change the definition of spectrometry): 14 affirrnative, I negative, 6 abstention. A negative vote was received from D.S.Bigelove and a comment was received from Mary K. Wenninger. Bigelow wrote that spectrometry is more than an analytical method, but rather an analytical technique, and that the proposed definition was too restrictive and overly simplistic The Subcommittee unanimously agreed that his negative was persuasive and should be withdrawn from ballot for a rewrite. Wenninger asked that the phrase "of an unknown compound" be changed to "of a"compound" because spedrometry is also used for qualification and quantification of known compounds. There was unanimous agreement that she was correct and that the changes to the proposed definition should accommodate her comments. The item will be reballoted at the Subcommittee level as follo+vs: spedlornmy, n- an analytical technique for the qualitative or quantitative determination of a compound based on a comparison of the spectrum of the sample with a known compound. The discussion shall remain the same. Iten 17. Withdrawal, without replacement, of D5595-94. Practice for Determining Buoyani.y Corrections Duriing Predsbn Weghing of Low Density Samples: 15 affirmative, 0 negative, and 6 abstention. This item will now go on to Main Committee Ballot. The Subcommittee Chair expressed his regret thatwe were unable to make necessary mrrectionsto the Practice, and hoped that it could be revived at some future date, 5. OLD BUSINESS Itwas rwted thatthe revision of D3614-90, Standard Guide for Laboratories Engaged in Sampling and Analysis ofAtmosphe.re and Emissions, was long overdue. Loretta Skowron submitted a copy of the Guide that has been revised to include accommodations of the comments received from the last Subcommittee ballot. CarRon Hommel is to make a couple of editorial oonections to a referenced title and the footnotes. Jane Rothert moved, Loretta seconded, that the item be submitted for simultaneous ballot at the Sub- and Main Committee levels. The motion passed, 5-0-0. The Guide will be submitted in its entirety, instead of only the portions containing changes. 6. NEW BUSINESS The Subcommittee reviewed the efforts of Bill Oatess regarding the reorganization and reformatting of definitions pertaining to sample, sampling, and sampler. The changes to nru4 sample and sequerU sampft (Item 12, above) were reaffirmed. Four definitions are to be submitted for ballot at the Subcommittee level: 2 74 ~. , ~ - _ - L L• E L
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Aftetnnon Session Eric E. Steel WEDNESDAY Chair: National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaidmaburg, MD 8:30 sm. Welcome and Opening Remacks: Mic6ael E. Eeard and Haay 1.. Rook 1:30 p-m. Jnfmfe[ing FiM:s and the Stans af t6e ASTM Melhod for the Dewminadoe S+xsion ID: Meosmment Met6ode for Asbestos In Water of Asbestos 1n Air by TF1N-J. R. Milktte, W. R. Bottin. MVA, Js. NoRmss, Georgia, P. J. Cluk. USEPA. Cismoati. Ohio. K. Braekdt, TN & Associates MLlwaokee. Wl Morning Session James S. Webber Chair: N. Y. State Depacmem of Health ABuaJ. NY 2:15 p.m. Shortwmings ta Atr6orne As6euos Analysis FGtaed fram New York Sfate'a :00 p.m. ProOdmq-TWing Dala - J. S. Webber. A. G. [`nscaukF, and L. J. Ca.hazt Wadsworth Center. New York Smte Depumiem of Health, AlDaory, New York Break $45 a.m. Apptleattoos of the As6etos In Water Methuds: EPA's 100.1 & 100.2 and AW WA's Standard MeOmd- J. R. Milktte and P. Few, Milkme, Vander Wood and Associates. Nonxoss. Georgia 3:15 p.m Negative FScposme Assesments for Spedal Fbar TOe Work ftsclicat - A. F. 9:20 a.m. Rapid Procedure for Preparation ot TEM Specimens fiom PolJacboaate FOtvs - E. J. ChatBeW. Chatfield Technical Consulting, Ltd.. Mitsissavge. :00 p.m O6erp. Enviroomemal Comulurcy. Austin. Texas and S. E. Fischer, Dames & Moore. Bett6esda. Maryland Panrl DLmmiom Air Sample Aodysb Lssues-Panel Composed of Participson Ontario. Carada 9:55 a.m Slodge, (Svd, and F6h Gub: CrmNre Approaches to NoeSfandard Asbestos Water Sample Analysis - R. M. Bailey and H. Meit6cng, Asbestos TEM 4:45 p.m. in Air Session Adjuurn labommries. Iac., Berkeley. California. 10:30 e.m. Break 10:4S a.m. Asbestos In DAoking Waoer Laboratory Performance Evaluation Studks - O9. Collms, P. W. Erinoa, P. J. Clark. USEPA, Cincinnati, O6io, K A. Bmckett, TN and Anwcaoes, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and E. J. Chatfield, C6aK¢ld TecLninl Comultmg, Ltd.. Mississznga. Oma[w. Canada. 11:20 a.m . Profidmq Testing for All b7bQ Sfus lo Drinking Wate: the Long and the Short of tt -l. S. Webber, L. J. CarLart sad A. 0. CEbanich. WadswonL Cemer, New York State Depammat of Health, Albany. New York 11:55 p.m Lunch No AtEetnoon Sesaioo- E.eniog Moumaindop Barbecue 69 70 £09Z L8TZ5
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SUMMARY OF DISSCUSION AND VOTES FOR METHOD D22.07P008 TEM Mr (Dhect Metfqdl. NOTE: The folbwhp k.lormetlon Ie tlenwnented: roteYa neme, metlrod eeetbn, elther the accepted reeolutkm or the reeson for the vote as mo.eC. end reautte of the vote recorded In the /oibwNp orUer: A1fFnrstive/Ne9etlve/AbeteHny. E.CheHbN 8.1 StAke section 8. Seetion neme change to Speekron PrePeretlon Laboratory 13.1 c). ek voWme If provided o1.Pl. oPtknel 13 E.Chetibl4 to ProvMe e eu(geeted beekOOwn end ee9regeHon m In ISO 5.2.13 ACE'aome rdeaveps fre8mente mey be counteE ef fibers in thb n1eMaE' FipS W Bermen to provide deweektn on PCM eeWvelent Rhere - A.1.2.11eat eentenp: the finN ecceptenee of the etched flter k heeed en N'e eppeeierx.a In the TEM W. Bermen Detectbn IYnM, enellMcM eeneltlvity, coMkfenee 6mh B. Price to reNee, J. MNnte to nwrite end report. 10.7. W. Bermsn to write D. Van OrOen 1.1 delete referenea 1.3 edd 'euteca' 12.1 D. Fowbr to rewrite 12.1.1 D. FoMer to nrwrhe A.3.3.1 Length, nmelrq end hooMery nMe to be chenped. Length vA be recorded es seen, touching wR be reported. A.4.3.2.1 Inst eentence to chenpe Npore A4J to re8ect aza - ernPhmew eolutwn AZZ - rwiWe wrqkAnle . AZZO - ecrdbrned enqibub A.8.2.3 delsta erN nNSe to uwe Pbh!wrn confidence Intervete wXh an eaterhk and note. Re: nva openlnpe, eddltbnN srrplee. . A.8.5. tu Ee mora0 to nonmendetorv D. Fowb. 2.3 refemnces to be edited R.JorOen 1.1 ovenMS on the basis that ASTM mekee no astinetton betwaen esHrnsqon and QeterminMbn end a citenye woNd meke this rrrothoE In eonelrtent with other ASTM methoda. 7t0/3 M. Leprelre 10.4.3 re/nct 01415 R.HetfielE 1.1.2 to add 'ckereqe Irepmenta 6.1.1.1ok 9.2 meke leet sentence recomrrnrMetl M.Besd iio A.4.3 J. MBleten to rewrite SOMMARY OF DISSCDSION AND VOTES FOR METHOD D22.07.P009 Oust Dkect. Z3505Z W. Bermen 1.4 HMenpe to 5000 18.73 chenpe te 0.007mm1 1.3 to be rewriaen test to detemdne how to t9sfirgrifh Nenka frorn reel emrqtee: B. Price to do. D22.07 ACmdnee (97H971 Midad E. B&srd Jmes R. MiDete D. Wayne Bermen Bemmm Priee Piic l. CM1otBeM In M. Ste.rart Cmrge R. Dunryte C. 9eWm 7fiorqwn Douglas P. Fowkr Dmr R. Van Ordm D72 07 Ammdatre r4B/971 Midnel E. Based lenek R. MBetM D. Weyne Bernue BMnrn Prim Eie l. Chetf.Nd I.r M. Stewart Douglo P. Fowla C. SaeWm ifianqaun RitBnd L. FlefieW Drn. Rx vra Ordar jti 9Z9Z :8'[ZS
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AS7M Fi1R Task Grwq 04 $ubounnitte D22.03 St. IAuis Apri17-$ 1997 Gnup Maxing Minute. The FoOowingpespb wero in apmdsnee: Kean Gallagher Lams Kemer CludNelson Gnet plmmer Beb SpsRicT The fo0aw"sg ihne.rae diseusred. 1. Ma.dh20, 19971atertuEPMEMCmkaenegtsa4WapcaummtsofEPADnRMdhsd 320. 2. Hm m proceed wrth ASTM MeOqd 3. Fi1R~pmmh"!saeAboatogeiarteasbMaknemNWtbuuprNif bsed. 4. Specific Nstieg and wysis iasw brad apm actual eape'imm an tbe tielE. The faAuweg dzisims h.va bees made. 1. We will fmrolly rtm6mR the 7bsk Group aumnnts to EPA Draft MNhod 320 falbw'ug its prtposal n the Fedenl Regata. 2. DnRamcMedmeGasofspeciPwputiarsoftleASIMMelhodwdlbe+ritLmbyndiriAW bsk geocP na.n6aaa rd submuedtothe gocpnu Leertlan April30. 3. A aanfnaoos mll will be beld on Mucb 12, 1997 te &scm cam0 Ra ad vggeIDwn 16r the ea0mo. The fa0owiggeneral ouU6~ewsitd~g ass~ were ag~ed upd~. G~arc Plum~er- PmcMo~m de.ennem mememysl mm'vwm Mewbk cwxamaims. FTiRapplimbiliyussxstospecifktesYvgssmufos. AonuscyandPiecisim.D4eucentrstiee rage. syslem coofigunmen, endytitA response tese (PlEArmeegwlen tene asd Ime ePfficn). 79 Grnt aW .dmveeed to smmh the AS7M dsb bns Rirahc F77R test ma1wM to euerc that +he defnitians wa pva into am ewtlwd ne nst in cun0in.ri8h those other mlMds. Cbnd Nelsun-Pmoedums tuassentheoa'sfanbilityo[a vardeted s~utytiral propam te 'tied'/a source". FmpPuse ou ansly6ut program P~ aiteris that art imdesxandabk o0 6ypeepb. . Rob SpeOiey -Requind pmak ayAnn Mnomo-a4ms to drremmie auairxy and pmeeion far neam2mae metrix arer full rmge ofartiuWated aoeamatidns ofn1get asalytes and their Dan tlu[ an earyinedte evalmre sysfeinpa[anetns sufi a. NEA, umoh4ian, aH rne shift. LaunKbmer-PrccadwesroavesseRbe;.menofsanqlmgsyaemfornrgeamytes. L'uro xsts fcr kalq re.ysneetims, lunes, asd meanwtim. 'RC plas develnpmmt inuytat u6)ee:va, data 9ual4yobjec4KS, target u+aFjcea, aa~oertntiai rauges ed mpuval DL rt apedfieA aoce~xyand qee'sian. . 80 0T9Z t8 -,ZS
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AOeroooo Session [aa M. Stewart Chair: RJlce Group Momoeville, PA TUESDAY 8:30 a.m Welcome.aod Opening Remarb: Michael E. Beard and Harry I.. Rook 1:30 p.m. The Habit of As6dtl[orm Amphibola: Implintlom for the Analysis of Hudic Session Q: Meavmenent Methnds for At4estos In Ambient, Indoor, and Workplace Air 2:05 p.m. Samples - A. G. Wylie. University of Marylaod, College Pak, Msrylaod AsMstm Mensmrmam in SuBd and SoOk MaECiale SemlWkf. Preddpn aod Momiog Senion Jamea R Milktte Chsit: MOlcete Vaoder Wood and Assodates fataprctat/oo; Yoa CAN Ha.e k AD - D. W. Baman AeoM+ Eoriroumeul Nomms,GA 2:40 p.m. , Smices. A/bmy, Califomia A Validated Method for C.a.ime'fe IMermtmtloo of f.ow Cmcenhatlom of 8:45 a.m. Asbatos la Wod@laee Ak, OSHA ReqNcemmts- D.T. Cisoe,•Omipatiootl Safety and Health AdmiaisCataa, Salt Lake C¢y. Utah :15 p.m. Asbestos In Bulk Materials - E. J. CWtfield. Chatfield TecLmW Comulliog. Ltd.. Mississauga, Gnhrio. Canada Break 9:30a.m. The Development and Callhatloo of a Personal Passive Moaitor for Moaitoring the AsbeStos Exponae of Malmenaace Workers - G. Bmdea. Health and Safety Labontay. ShdTieid, United Kingdom 330 p.m. A New Method for the Qoandtkffiao of Asbestos at Lo.. Coeorntratlam In 1oa3 a.m. Break :05 p.m. Bulk Samples by Means of Standard Additions - P. Fasca aod 7. Newton, Electron Microscopy Service 1sDotato[ia, Wesmpnt, New Jersey ASIM'a8u0cMe0md:WAereAreWqWheceAceWeHeaded,Whe[eShodd 10:30 a.m. Direct Reading Measoremeat of Fiber Length/Dismehr Dlstribodluo - P. Baron, G. J. Deye. NIOSII, Cincinnati. Ohio 4:40 p.m. We Be Healed! -1. M. SOmut, Rf Lee Group. Iac., Momoeville, Penatylvade PaoH DixmfiOV: Bulk Ssmpk Amlfsb Iaues - Paud Composed of 11:15 a.m. Iadxmtbml Orgav6atlon for StaodacdiaaNoo MNmds for Detvmiml7oo ot Adiesins In Air - E. J. ChaC7eld. Chatl'~eld Technical Comulcing Limimd. . missuaoga.Omriu 5:15 p.m Puticipanrs in Bullc Session Ad}oum 12:00p.m Lunch 07 88 Z09Z '•8?ZS
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MINVTES OF MEETNG ASTM S09COMM!TTEE 022.07 ASBESTOS SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS AEem'e Mark Hotel St l.aule, Mleteuri Apil7-8, 1997 1. CALL TO OBDER 2. The mee8n9 of Subca.mYttee D22.07 was ea8ed to order et 8:30 am or, Ap117, 1997 byDr. Jarroa Mlletb, Vlce{heb. MEMBERS PRESENT MDIDhm "Iflarre April 7, 1997 10 0 April B. 1997 10 0 Uet of attsndeee ertRhed. 3. APPROVAL OF MBiUTES 4. There wete no eddltbns or corrections to the mBwtee of the meaen9 of October 28-27, 1993. anJ they were appNVed ea distributed. AGTNITIES 4.1 AtxManeennnts 4.1.2 022.07 has olmnped Its meeNrg schedule and now tneete 8:30 AM - 5:FM en MandeT and Tuesday of the 022 Cemmittee weeks. This schedule wel eontlnue uNese O. Suhtwmnittee memben decide that a different eelydWe 6 mora cun.eriam. The new schedule repttret that the VkeChek oornvene the memM1W on MaMey wMe the Chair eetends the 022 EaxWrs Corwnktee meetkps on Monday rnoniq. 4.1.3 Future MestNpe: JWy 13 - 17. 1997 OetoSw 13-18, 1997. Ay.B 2423. 1998. October 19-22, 1998. April 19-22, 1999. October 25-28, 1999. April 10 -13. 2000 October 23 -28. 2000 April 2 -5.2001 October 22-25. 2001 Boulder CorNererce Colora4o. San Obpo. Ca8lonMa. AOente, Geor0ls. Norfolk. Virginle. Seettle, WaeMn9ton. New Orleerro, Louisiana. Tormno, Ontarlo, Cerotle Orlando, f1aMe Seft Lake City. Utah DaBee.Texafa 4.1.4 BellotaeeE4Mx 1rt SutxomrMrtee BMbt (Te Make Maln 8e8ot1 Maln eamiRee BMbt Bbb Soeiety 8a.le.vf 2nd SubeemMttee 9e8et Last Society IOrview Mey 1, 1997 June 18, 1997 July 25, 1997 October 1997 4.1.5 New ASTM ACEreas; 100 Berr Harbor Drlve West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959 (te8 610 832 95001faq 610 832 9555 a.netl: aervke~tord.estrn.or9 4.1.8 M. Beard enA the entke D-22 suEeem.nittee would Nke to thank Dou9 Fowler for the exee8ent notee. These notes here made tlufe minutee poealhle. 4.2 Statue oT past and qeeent werk Items on a9enJe wee revbweE. D22.07.P008 TEM Air (Dkect Method). Z3723Z. Method wee dheu.eeA during meol7np, whMrewn. to be reeubMtroE for suDCenmittee Ee9ot. D22.07.P008 Duat Indirect (NUmter Count). Z37282. PubeeheC ASTM Eeei9netlon 0 5755. D22.07.P009 Du.t Direct. Z35052. Method discussed enC wrt/Nrewn, to be reeubrnMed fnr suneommktee bseot. D22.07.PUf 0 Dust Peeelra /NUmEer Couetl. 235042. Method withdrawn, to be reeub,MtteE for eubcEmrNttee belbt. 022.07.F011 Oust Work Reetlcw Guide. 237242. D22.07.P012 TEM Air (InEkectl D22.07.P013 Durt hfdrect IMeeel. Z42912. PublbinE ASTM deelgnetbn D 5758. D22.07.P014 Bulk MatfaA. Send all earnnwnte te 1. Stewart Ay June. D22.07.P015 Duet Wfye. ZB2B12. Method wkhdrewn, to be rewbMtted for eubearnmittee belbt. D22.07.P018 Sotl Semp&q Method (PropoeeC) 022.07.PO17 TEM VeriMd Count Method. Z8259Z 022.07A018 PaetWe Duet (Maas) ZB5922. Method withdrawn, to be resuCmSneJ for auOwn.Nttee nellut. PCM. MemCera of 022.04 end 022.07 wM work to9eU+er to devebp this metlcE. PCM/S[M stTeening mettmE of wo.kpbee air by qT VaMeryMt hee lnen proyoeed far ASTM meOpd dewloperont. The neMUd wR be Aeveloped In 022.04 and concimemly benofeC In D22.04 end 022.07. 4.3 Caneetbrm to Bekot Sunrnry 4.4 Olscuaekxn 8. ADJOURNMENT The rrroetep was aEjer.nnU at 5 pm April 7, 1997 and 4 pm April 8, 1997. 108 109 Sz9z tstzs
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ASTM Booldt< Confermce on Advances iu Fa.itomomfal Measmmmt Methods for Asbestos July 13 -17, 1997 University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado 1N17tODUCT[ON This Mofeimx is co-spnasmed by ASTM Commitke D-22 and the Emimmoemal Information Association. The purpose of the confermce is to focus on mxm advances in research on mraamemev[ methods for asbestos in bn8c building mateiiala: ambiem, mdoor, and work place air; water, and xtlkd dust. The program includes discussion of mnsmemem methods, monitoring atraoegks, data mmpeetstiou aod quality assmance for asbestos meas$emema. The intent of the pm8mm 6 to bring the disciplines of amlytkal ChemisG}' together with mYtmgaM who are assasing eaposme to asbestos in Oie mvrtooment and to promote bet0¢ understanding of their muUnl ioottab, nee.ds and timitatiom. This program will provide an up-to-date review of research aetiviues for the expert and for t4e nercomer to asbestos monitoring. WHO SHOULD AT78ND Pmfessio®ls and pawm with developing Interests who wam to kam about the latest research In environmental asbestm exposure aumm~em. 7Lie includes industrial lry®misn, health reuarrLeda. asbestos amlytical la6orato.im c6emists, rng7oeos, buiiding management and openGom peaonoeL laboratory maoagen, and fadcal, state and local government ofBe®la ~~bk for asbestos control piograms. $f1B1ECf MATTER OF TBB CONFERENCE Mnxmemem Methods for Asbestos and other fibers in o Bulk Building Materials o Ambient, 4tloor, aod Workplace Air o Weter o Settled Dust o Monitoring Strategies. Data Imerpeetation, and Quality Amvanx 65 MONDAY 8:30 a.m. Welcome aod Opening Remarks: MkLeel E. Beacd and Harry L. Rook Sealon L• Measurement Mefhods for Asbestos In BuOc Building Materials Morning Session Robert L. Perkins Chafr: Research Triangle Institute Rcseach Triangle Park, NC 8:45 a.m. Amdysb of AsbaOm In BoBc Bu0dM8 Materials -1988 to 1997- R. L. Pukf¢s, Research Tciaogk Institole, Research Triangle Pack, North Ca[oBm 9:20 a.m. Comparison of QoaoB[atl.e Techniques for BuOc Asbestos Analysis - l. R. Verkautetta, National ]mtitute of Standards and Techooiogy, Gaithersbmg, Maryland 9:55 a.m. i.eawm: Lmtued: Notes from the Clasvoom and Laboratory - P. M. Cooke, McCrone Raurch Imtimk, Chicago. Blmois 1b30a.m. Break 10:45 a.m. Laboratory Paformamoe - Seventeen Years in Retrospect - B. W. Huvey, Research Triangle Imlinae, Research Triangle Park, North Camlio. 1120 a.m. Bulk SampBog and Analysis for O6HA CompBao¢e - D. T. Crane, Ocaryatioml Safety and H'a1tL Admioistratioe, Salt Lake City, Utah 11:55 p.m. Lunch 66 L09Z :8TZ5
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1D Cuide for eehrpretafien d Rmdh of Indonr Air Sorrc)s (Htl Li+in). 1% Guide te Fartma Ivyortanl to Interpretation of Mrar.rcmewla of Indcor Air QoaFry in Olfwe E.7dop (Ha1l.eruy406 4?3+'NK).5.6ceaaiqee baMt 2r91. W:IWnww for revniee and rebaDof. No pra2ror to report. 11 Guide for the Is.adaatioe of l.daar Ab Qa.Gly in Office B.idmp (1 W Lerw.106125~19<6). Draft a.aBaDle far re.iew. G.ides arr...7a61e Dom L4fAQ and Nordtral,..Nd need to be .. eansed e relation to Ih's dfoR No p.op® to .eyoif. 12 Guide for Repen" Related FaAorr AaetiMed with Sanry6" rd Andle uf Ldonr Air (Andyhr.7y.701 97SW 1a). Tiu deeament is 6artd on the bdd:na rd IIVAC p.ototab Debg mied in the EPA RASE project. A parti.l draft wu dnncasrd p.e.ierlyy and a ronqkte draR w V 6e w6miMM for sbmnmiDee Ddbt. 13 TetMrDndforMeaswvnentoflodonrOdonUanaaSemtoewfrr(RidmdRatD,6167l7- 5751). A d..D Iaw bis prepared, b.t wID neMr a y.erl:ow aed bitl aertine. Some daN eri.b that auy6eb ta fonndMea.e6 a.latmrat. 14 Gaidefor/ImmKlheS.mpi.KofRaidentWledoorA'r(IG[W.dRoM). Repra6enofa reriew draR's in propria. . 15 Practice for De1em(Mios af VOC Enirieea Dom Adhnirrn in Fa.uo®aeM CWm6en (Tm Ts6tl)). A mednd wu dndopM n put oflhr EPA Carpet rafit7 D:alope by Air Qar[t3 Suenrer, w1ieA cn.ald arr.r e a 6.ir for tbis partiae, No ofser propew to report. 16 Gaide ow reddraliri IAQ:rwtiea4an. (DfEN). Variau dotaaM. dY ietl.dma E.rvpra Conm.hry report, ISIAQ durwnnrt, and two Can.d'ee p.alowb araia6le Need to e.neine . tiq docmmeMa and deride aw eersru of action. No prapesto .eqmt 17 rraDice for Deterv.aae of VGC Enimiem 4qe AreMenrd Co.tiop in Smi Emianmenfal C6.ehen (OPEN). Guide devebprd for EPA oa aWeAyde enmwom frum latea pint wties <udd.re.e n a Darir forthis praetira: St7 nerd ae rOor for tbir doe~l. ls Gdde to Ertinrlina impaeb of RaNdinsMMer:rb ao fodonr VGC Connwtr.Yam (Hd l.nn, 406 t2SA9Kp Drdf paper an ssDjeef waa d'iat..U.tad and diuaned'a Orl.ndo. Cowswb aheNd 6e.mt to Hd Le.n. D2205.09 Statirticd Methods (Andy Fmi), CAV) 1. D5791-95, G.ide for UrwK he6a~iy Saepf+q MMod. e Stedier ef IAQ is B.iCe,p (Rq W6ilmnro). A.ai.6k frnm ASTM e.pamrr av.ite. 2 D5157-91, Guide for SlatiWdal Evaluation of Indoor Air QwBry Modd. (Nhrw N.gd., 301 S00. 1700). A eaatrrtwt bdM of a rt.ixd.vaioe oftAis standard took piqe in 6e 6D of 1996 aod aa eeptivn wrrewdnitted.'Hw documeat Ir brua p.epartd for pab5uha.. ASiM D22o3 m indoerAir Mlerte; ApeD 7d,1997 St 1nW Pg 7 102 D22.0l.D! Tenmeobp (Nhen Nqda. CAair) ' 1. The Mowiw[ termr to be isrl.dcd in D1756, "SNndard Ter.mnolopy Relating to Sanplina and Ae*db ofAtmo.phere,^ were D.De1M m 022.01 and wb proceed to m.ie romMhe 6.Dm: lone depem.rmties eqe ter . OaUreetrwe tMs~l .mu.[ •foto Na.g& The lerm.rop4r.w7 6e.er:red and r.EaiNed to D22A1 6det. 2. Tvns e.pm.eq nutrorwrirp.neM,aed ny.omtativawst wne dieimsrd M Dm malincand wa be reGncd and mDeritled for a.6coo®atee A.6et.nder D22A1. CkaoCSerion for Se6cvemittee D22.05 FUTURE MEETINGS: October 1}IS,1997,Shentoa Harbor idrd, San Diego, CA. Apn720.22,1996, Atlanta HBtae & Towers,ADaMtiGA Oetc6er 19-21,1998, MnriaD/Oemi Watersidq Norfolk, VA Apri 19-21,1999, WetW36mton,Se.Dk, WA October 2527,1999, Hyatt Regency, New Orkam, u. D22 BOULDER CONFFRF.NCE: Sfmpeia on Adwarn in Admelos Measurement 1997J.11J-17 Um.erdfyef Colondn Re.Mrr. CD ISOTCIMGlkrey Meeee(. H.wao. September 1997. ASTM D2LUM oa Indoor Ab: Minams, AprD 744 19D9 St ipir r.fe a 103 ZZ9Z SS.ZS
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AS I art ConaMttee D-22 on SAMPLMO AND ANALYSIS OFlQMOSPHERES R ~ 1nlez.z.zsM F.vr •,az.z.ma . ^oeen•a u~s. v.g. c_oti ua.n.?aneern-nrqs ^~.u. vc zrn, ls,ssn~oes7 FNC9IPS~+~I N'.a.errnw, (r.e.+ul: aR~E U. asanwFS. aw.~. we.. s+yrm F.4 ewenww. iM,~ezsaae (ei.a5sanq FNCl+~J5981i3 VksGMn+.+(WntlerlyeJ: ~Mnl( E FEOEa. a.cb 9me. wws Sv.+r. t3W dITM d.. C1+.rpNP.l a,aA rt+]J]]-a125) nvc znsV~o $ollwy WILLNM E. QAlEee.1M StllMlk Etlpe. R'.. aeB V/Man IIk! d.. REI~R'db. M NI14.1~ pn-pglaefe) F~x:'J,1R91.z06/ snatr..p.c nEOnoe w tww re,asa~enq.•re prawbn.as Minutes of the Maeting of D-22.11 St. Louis, MO, Apnl 85, 1997 The meeting was caned to order at 0830 on Aprg 8. PlesentwareloFal lrwin aid Paul Fransioll. Also present from time to t(nx were George Luciw and Carnan Homrnel. Mr. Hortsnel asked for help for definitions of TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY. PSYCHROMETER AND HYGROMETER for the D-22.01 standard as generic heading tenns. n was also requested that a rnember of D-22.11 be provided to D-22.01 as a naison man~ber. Paul Frsnsioti voNrneered for this role. Defmnions pmrided were: Temperature: a measure of gre kinetic energy of the corotnuents of an aMpaplrere. Humidny: a measure of the anlolnt of water vapor in an atmosphere. PaycMorneter: a device for measuring wet-bulb and dry-bulb tenqerahlre for the determination of humidny. Hygrorneterw a device for measuring Mur:Oi(y. . The Standard Practice for Measuring Slafaca Abnoepl»rie Temperature With Eledrkal Tertperature Sensors (Mebic) Z6098Z received two negative votes from the mein comrninee ballot It was decided to consider the negatives persuasive and to remove fhe item fmm ballot The draft was rearranged using the wind characterization stardaM as a guide. All of the oommerRS from the ballots, indudkg the oorxems of the negative benets, were integrated into the new datt The new standard was . essentially the sarne as the ane previously belloted and vs asked D-22 to give us pennission to banot the suboannine9 and the main oonanittee candarardiy. This was g/anted and Paul Fransidi wig •cut and paste• fie old draft to achiar9 a newz6098Z which will be balkNed on the June ba11oL Since it will be changed significantly in strucMe, we wiA send the sibcarsniltee members an advance copy (included in this mailing) to assure no suboomrninee negative votes. If you have wnanents wRlich woutd prampt a negative vote, pleave contact Paul Frans~ or Dave Gilmore by,hne 1. A new standard to be called Standard Practice for Statistical Evakmtlon of Atmospheric Dispersion Models was worked on to the extent that it win be sent to ASTM for the May I sbcart.rettea ballot This Innovative draft will be the subject of sane publicity which may draw new members to D-22.11. ,lohn Irwin deserves our gmnks for carrying the work started with the Aolnson Conference a couple of yesrs ego to the state it is in ~. 112 ~ • ASTM .+on e.. H.bs•a~.. • m.. f Jdsk~tA n/n.nsf aN . fi4p4m.:5muLfsao • r~RS~oJnxss • c•s4 u.tal.v..e¢ oy. w enxcs,s Next year we wnl need to consider 'D4480-93 Test method for meesuring surface old wind by means of wind vanes and rotating enemometers.' We believe this old standard needs revision or removal from the list. If it is to be an umbrella practice, it needs to be rewritten to property fit with our other wind standards. It should also reeegnize the newer technology of sonic anemometers which have moved to operationai instruments from their research beginnings. We request that the members review this standard and provide guidance for our action next year. We removed Z4350Z Method for measuring atmospheric temperoture using resistance thermometers' from our list of standards being worked on. We do not have a plan for this 'Method' and should remove it until we are ready to move on a new work item. It may be that the'Practice• recently balloted and discussed above is a duplicate. No une at the meeting knew why it was on the nst of work- in-process. Our next meeting win be with the 10th Symposium on Meteorological Observations and Instnanentation, 11-16 January In Phoenix, Arizone. Our next meeting with D- 22 will be in Atlanta, GA during the April 20-23 Committee Week. We would like some new work items. Please send outlines or drafts to John Snow before the January meeting. There has been In the pest a working arrangement betvreen ASTM and AMS. We should try and re-establish lieison with the AMS STAC Committee on Measurements so that it is in pisce by the time of the 10th Symposium. Gat your papers In so we cen have a good attendance at the Phoenix meeting. ~~/ Respectively submitted by lhonas J. A~ rman 113 LZ9Z TBIZS
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Minutes AS71VJ Subcommlttee D-2L03 oa Ambient AtmmPhaes aad Soarce Emhdoaa St Loab, Mivoaet APA 9,1997 7be meeting ofAS7M Suhcoanfittee D-22.03 was bougbt to order byCLacmm weke, at 830 am. 71,e following membm ave prosent: C. O. Hommel J. A. lahdtt, A G. Y•aputske, J. R. Immq R G. l.ewis, l. W. Peeler, and Cha6a® S. M wdur. Thermanes fium the Fa81996 in New Ockaas mecuigweie appmvo6. Gtaaeman wuker nmome.ed thnt 1. A. Jafiilce had been appointed Vice CLafrn®t, and C. O. Honmef SmelarY• Ontrnmewekaatmomxedthe sratuaofpet+oadyhalbKd rtem+: Item 38 oa Ballot D22 (96-02),'Hat:z for Sat:qfag of Process Vents with a Portable Cms (2tto®togreph', has been approved byOeCommntee on Steedads. Item 39 uo Ballot D22 (96-02), Revision of D 5280-96, 'Practice for Eva4ation of Perfonmooe Qaaactemfics of Ac Quality Mcaanerc+a MeOpds wrth lincer CahLration Fimc6oro', hasbem approved by theCamrntteeon Standudx 7Mtewerc oo Sut><ommi¢ee.03 i[enn on the Man Committee Ballot. Review of Sub (bnmiittee Ballot D33A3 (97-01), Is+ued Jmauvy 31, 1997. Closed Mmtfi 3, 1997. '1be:ewaeg2 ballots tee, and 55 retmned(67.07%ttnan 7Lae was one ilem on the 6albt: Z6678Z, New Standard Test MNhod for Detclvinatioo of Gsseoos and Patialete PoIyc)e$ Atomaric H}diormbona n Artbim[ Ai (Collection on Sodtmt-Eadced F'Olaa with Gas CLsmoatograpMlMazs Spechoncmc Analyas). •Dieewem 28 af&nmtire votMtwo.v8b coftmeob (by I. D. DeGrafl and J. R f~), 1 negetive (by CO. Hommcl), ead 26 Ahsteotiom, a 9635 N. Arbitrumvevole. The negative voter atated Omt Ihe m:thod did not have a Prtcuion and Bis Strtemmt, as rtquited by the Blue Book R. G. Lewis MOVED thal fhe negative was comidetea pelaa.me, that Ox melbud be wBl,drewo from the ballot, redeed to add a Pjecidoa aod Biam Statement, and ahnt 11¢ All Memhc Meeting be tequoted to appmve a conamna SubwnnmtVMeoen Cbaarittee ballot; SECONDED by C. O. Hommel; PASSED mmmmoosly.. °- 76 Old Budeea; The automated Oow method Im been xnt to BD Mitd«-0for resolution ofoonmenla. The SOx method v bengwmked oa hyJ. A. Jahnh. The aotometed particulate method Ims hm oomxrted fiom the ISO fonoat to ASTM fmnmt, and will be he0oted Qwmman wdar rtponed on the slatut ofthe ASTM D 2.71EPA Iaitntive for Partnezhy The target date for the next awating wRh EPA is May I5, 1997, at which tvae a fist of wmk deas wD he PRPared• Status Reports for D 2203 CSmeot New Work Items: D 22.03.01 Manual Method for Spaieted and Elnmatlat Meamy. A meeting of the task guop wm held in PhOadetphie. •[heyate lookk% for vatideliondata. D 22. 03.02 Maaual Melhod for [.ow Level Particulate Emissions. l. A. lahnke reported that the task group had met domg the meetng, and had decided to moge the cmrt+R ASfM Method with the ISO and CEN Methods. A draft will be pepmM, and dawssed at the Hawaii ISO mxt'vig, Ontario Hydto wi pmticipete n a validation (program with the Office ofSofd Warte. D 2203.03 Practice for Cootnimas Opacity Moadotmg. /. W. Peeler reported tbat the mamh deAl wm c~ed, aad alteaAxs a[ We oee[mg d'ma.aM rt fortwo ~ys. Agrtemarc was+eached by all altendcts. The Ptactix will be taUutcd in D 22.03. The duclmteM will advmce thmogh fhe ba0utng oa iuown xhcdak. D 2203.07 FI7R PmtocoL The task group met during the mMng, and Imve rceised EPA doaumeot 320. Amwdmft avID he prcpemd bythe San Diego Matumg. D 22.03.05 Method faa Detonenlion of SOe Conceaatations in Statioamy Somoes. 1. A. Jahnke reported that he has reviced the eethod, and 3 will be on the May Subcommdtee 6e0ot D 22.03.06 Automated Monkotuig of Mmms ConoaNalions of Psniclee. Thu has been comMed from ISO fomet to ASIM fmmet, and will be beinted n the suhcammittee as soon as tefvtaces aeaAded MeOqQs Rcqafrmg ReappuvaL D 4096-91 Test Method /br Deta®alion of Total Suspended Particulate Matter n Ne Atmusphtte (FLgh Volume Saoqie Method) Ties revision a ready for Com,.vtent be0ot, and vn3f be so requested at the peouy. D 3685 Test Method for Smmqfmg and Deemmmtioa of Particulate Mat[er'at Stack Gmes", D 4323'ieR Metiqd for Hydrogen Sulfide ii the Ahnotpheee by Rate of(7xnge of Re0wlsmcd, D 5011 'Wactitt for Cdfitatioa of Omne Mooi[on Using Trmttkr Stanqmdt•, and D 5281 'Test Method for Collectiou and Meyaa of HexnveMrt Cbromnm, m Ambimt, Wofthae and Iadoor 77 S09Z ZS:ZS
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MINUTES D22 LONG RANGE PLANNING ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI APRIL 7,1997 The meeting was called to order hyYtce Chairman Lewis at 11:30 a.m. The following perswuwete pnesent: R G. Lewia, H. L. Rook M. I:. Beard, R S. Dnncldek C. O. Hommel, W. E. Oateas, Chaumen S. D. A. Iske, I. D. DeGtat[ S. M. Whisker, H. Levin, T. J. Locldurt, and Staft Manager G. A. Luciw. The nmptea ofthe October 31, 1996, mxting in New Orkam, Louisiana wce accepted as wdtten. SubconmitteeD22.03 Chsknun Stephen M. Whiska gave a status teport on the cooperativeeffott between Committee 022 and the U.S. Environmental Ptotettion Agency's Office of Air Quslity Planmmg and Standards (OAQPS) in Research Triangle Patk N. C. Mr. Whislmr reported that we met the deadlines in developing the opacity measnrmrtnt guidetine>tandard desired by OAQPS in December 1996. revising it with quick tmneround and getting back for EPA comment. Dr. Harty Rook wmmeMed that the OAQPS was very pleaxd with what D22 hau done so f.r in developing the opacity standard for adoption in PSI. D22 has been iovited bark down to EPA at Research Tiangle Padc to mxtwith,het)ffice ofResesrch and Devdoptnent (ORD) and OAQPS and we are attempted to aetup a meetegwitk the appropriate ORD offidsls (Dm. Gary Foley and Larry Cupitt) and OAQPS officials (Bill Hum, John Eoadt and Bill Latoawn) sometime during May 1997. OAQPS has indicated that it is wdling to take the kad in signing an agreement with ASTM, but they want ORD to eedone and support it. Therefore, it is critical thu Dr. Foley be preseM at the nert meeting between D22. OAQPS, and ORD. - Mr. Whisker suggested that we should be looking to the EPA for future funding of ASTM to promote a rystem whereby EPA documentm can be validated and standardized. Hal Levin cateiwecd th.t thae wee some prohktrowuh a coopeetive egreemait betweee EPA and ASHRAE. In thu onq the tahacao:dmuy umtpleeKd that standards were developed by ASHRAE with EPA funding attg that EPA employees were kwolved in the procest. This precipitated a Congessional inquityandaahrvesti~troohythelmpxtorGeneral. Dr.Rookansnxedthatwearewegawareof the potential for conflicts ofinte2st, both real and perceived. and would not fa0 ittto sudh a trap. Ckaim.n Lewis brought up the possibility egein of pursuing a ooopentive wgtcetoe[ with OSHA and/or NIOSH smtilar to what we are pursing with FPA. Both Mr. Rich Danetidc and Dr. Rook stated that both agencies haw; rxently undergone reorgariTwtion and are probably not «a dy to deal with the problem ofp+ivate mtxmm sta,dards development. Dr. Allen Iake said that he had tslked to several people in OSHA and NIOSH and would try to keep the lines of wvnmmintion open Mr. Levm pokeed out that NIOSH Iuu set up teams to look at research priorities. The teama will be meeting in Washiqglon June 29 - July 1 to review their progress. He suggested that Mr. Daa3:ck, in his capacity as D22.04 chaiman, should keep in touch with this ptogme. Mr. Luciw suggested that D22.0C take a took at what they have in the way of standards and punue somethmg. Dr. Rook noted that D22 has ducked the issue on methods validatioa for the past 10 yeats. He said that we certaNy have that wpabiGty, have demonstrated it in the past (e.g. Project Threshold), and, with apptoptiate mdtutry and government fioaiing, an and should do it again. He suggested that we otganiae a half-day or one-day workshop twxt year to address the issue. We need 114 to demomtrete to EPA and other Govetnmmt agencies that ASIM methods am acceptable and often better eksn those developed and/or used by the Gorernmeot. Dr. Iske stated that we need to get feed-back Gom ASTM, especially Kitly Kono, as to how ASTM is progressing in Washington in getting the Government's atteetion. Mr. Lw9w responded thst ASTM was inswmental in getting PL104113 pa.ued He also stated that ASTM has put together a slide presentation showing whst committea are imemctmg with what agendes. Mr. Levin suggested that each suhconmrittee draft a mumuty, ofita capabilities and the appropriate Govemtent agencies that it might support, attached a foting ofits existing standards (btief dexaiptive titles) and provide it to Kitty Kono se that she is better infonned ofD22 aaivities Chsrtmen Lewe mqtwed as to whether ASTM ever sets up booths at terJn:cal meeCvegs. Mr. Lmiw responded that thu is occasionally done, for example at Pittcon and SETAC meedmgt, but the logistics have to be catefugy exetaioW to assured that it is worthafiile. Dr. Lewis suggested that considetation might be given to a booth at a fuutre EPA-A&WMA coofetena. Dr. Rook next gave a status report on the Cooperative Agreement Grant (CAG) with EPA for snppmt ofISO activities. He had been in tccmt cumaft with Jack Puak who indicated that funding ' is ave7nhle and that the CAG should be ptogressing now, Mr. Luciw indicated that, if it is app*oPtiate, he would call the appropriate individuel in ORD, once that Petwn is identified. Dr. Rook said would try to identify that person Chairman Lewis said that he would see Larry Cupitt or call Tom Clark when he returned to RTP to see if he has the CAG application. Chairman Lewis reminded the caamnittee that we should not forget that solicitation of smag eadnbutioro frotn private kdumie+may be another approach to obtaining financial support for D22 travel and apivities. Mr. Candick'mdinted that D19 had been suarYd'id to that end. Dr. Rook said that the only way to do it is fer subcommittee chairs to dnedly approach industry groups. He said that has always worked in the past, but that we have been reluctant to solicit betause it is em6art®8. Them being no flathc buaness, the meeting was adjourned at 12:36 p.m. 2 115 8Z9Z Z8:Z5
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