@Jonathan Richards 1
"Won't the upper stage and so forth be full of hydrocarbons and stuff? Slamming it into the lunar surface will vaporise a proportion of the impactor, and potentially contaminate the plume, surely?"
No. The Centaur stage is fuelled by liquid Hydrogen and Oxygen and are in a fairly slow orbit specifically to allow time for the tanks to vent. With direct sunlight raising the stage surface temp several 100 degrees and the very low pressure in space pretty much anything volatile will "boil" off.
With a detailed parts list and a fairly low mass relative to what they hope to eject into space it should be *fairly* easy to subtract out the part of the plume supplied by the stage.