Guidelines for Protecting Residents from Inhalation Exposure to Petroleum Vapors (PDF)

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Courtesy of US EPA - Environmental Protection Agency

Petroleum spills can adversely affect indoor air quality in homes, yet no comprehensive guidance is available to aid state agency staff in responding to this problem. The Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) receives hundreds of calls each year from residents concerned about fuel oil spills, some of which create indoor air quality problems in homes. This Guideline describes DEP’s approach for responding to residential indoor air quality concerns resulting from fuel oil, gasoline and kerosene releases during storage or delivery.

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