Vapor Intrusion Issues and Sites, a two-hour course, teaches techniques for addressing sites that have vapor intrusion issues originating from contaminated ground water or soils. The migration and accumulation of chemical vapors in an indoor environment may pose a significant risk to human health. The course will include the following topics:
- Vapor intrusion overview including current guidance
from EPA, Interstate Technology Regulatory Council (ITRC), states, and API
- Sampling procedures: Subslab, soil gas, indoor air, outdoor air
- Ground water issues: Permanent wells, temporary wells, nested wells, and sampling
- Chlorinated site: Behr Site Case Study
- Petroleum site: Hartford Site Case Study
- Health issues and screening levels
The course includes lectures, case studies, and question and answer sessions.
For general information contact Jodi McCarty
by telephone at 513-333-3672
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