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Heavy flames danced across the top of the glowing tire pile, Mason recounts, but mostly the flames were shrouded by thick black smoke. Mason could see the crews were up against more than they could handle.

Smoke was a foremost concern. Scientists who study tire fires note that the smoke from burning rubber contains noxious sulfur dioxide, deadly carbon monoxide, and cancer-causing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons PAHs , as well as other aromatic and nonaromatic compounds such as styrene and butadiene. Like hot lava, the oil started dribbling out, and then later it came in torrents, as much as gal per minute.

An oil analysis found it contained benzene, xylenes, anthracene, and other aromatic hydrocarbons, along with some nonaromatic and sulfur compounds. The scientists detected caprolactam, a monomer for nylon fiber used in some tires, and benzothiazole, a degradation product of a compound used as a rubber vulcanizing reagent. The oil analysis also revealed arsenic, cyanide, cadmium, chromium, nickel, zinc, and other metals.

The zinc would later become the biggest concern at the Rhinehart fire because its high levels would be toxic to aquatic life. From there, the tarry ooze might reach Hogue Creek half a mile away, and from there the Potomac River 30 miles farther on.


It could become a great inland oil spill. Some , gal of runoff would eventually be contained—most of it was deemed usable and trucked away to be refined into fuel oil.

In the end, little of the flowing oil reached Massey Run. The studies appear to be the only published analytical results on the Rhinehart fire Anal.

Using gas chromatography and mass spectrometry, scientists found that only the more water-soluble compounds worked their way downstream. The most common compounds detected included caprolactam and benzothiazole, along with benzoic acid, benzonitrile, and other aromatics. The ensemble of contaminants was sufficiently high in Massey Run to be a concern. But the levels at a site 5 miles farther downstream were low enough so as not to be worrisome. Scientists today have evolved tools to render a more exact accounting of pollutants in such disasters.

Chemistry professor Elizabeth A. Her team sets up particulate filtering units and then uses solvent extraction followed by gas chromatography and mass spectrometry to detect chemical markers in the aerosols to pinpoint pollution sources and measure pollution levels. One use of old tires today is shredding them to use as a permeable barrier layer to line landfills or as a substitute for soil cover in daily landfill operations.

In Iowa City, tires had been shredded into 2- by 2-inch chips and then placed in a 3-foot-thick layer above the wastewater collection system at the bottom of a 7-acre section of the landfill. The fire, which burned an estimated 1. But the smoke was another story. During the course of the fire, her team saw increases in soot elemental carbon and PAHs, a sign that the fire transitioned from burning vigorously to smoldering—that is, toward more incomplete combustion.

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For example, at a site 2 miles from the fire, levels of highly toxic benzo[a]pyrene were up to 30 times as much as the prefire background level. The information was used to aid firefighting decisions and inform the public.

On another front, Iowa chemical engineer Charles O. Stanier used field-deployable instruments on mobile platforms to measure gases such as carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide and to track the evolution of the shifting smoke plume as it moved farther away from the fire. They created fire breaks where possible and tried to safely remove tires from the burning pile.

Even so, after a couple of weeks the fire still burned and the sky was still smudged with black smoke, according to newspaper reports.

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Firefighting experts from around the world were consulted. They offered tried-and-true solutions for putting out oil-well fires, coal-mine fires, and landfill fires. But the interconnected array of air pockets in the haphazard pile of tires made the fire virtually inextinguishable. When a few of the experts came in person to inspect the rubber inferno, they threw their hands up.


The situation looked impossible. After several months, EPA officials decided to let the fire determine its own destiny and burn itself out.

The pile had turned into a crusty heap prickled with the wiry remains of steel-belted radials.

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