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  • Vapor Intrusion

    Alpha Analytical has the experience and know-how to partner with you to successfully complete your Vapor Intrusion investigation. Our team of air testing experts possess the information and knowledge you need to ensure your sampling efforts produce the highest quality data results possible. With the increase in public awareness and regulatory ...

    By Alpha Analytical Laboratories based in Westborough, MASSACHUSETTS (USA). from Vapor Intrusion Service line

  • Vapor Intrusion

    Our expertise with vapor intrusion extends far beyond risk evaluation and mitigation. With our extensive experience, knowledge of rapidly evolving regulations, focus on innovation and a deep understanding of client objectives, Apex develops and implements vapor intrusion mitigation plans and systems that increase property value while decreasing ...

    By Apex Companies, LLC. based in Rockville, MARYLAND (USA). from Vapor Intrusion Service line

  • Vapor Intrusion Services

    Vapor Intrusion is a buzz word that is gaining velocity throughout the industry. Vapor Intrusion refers to the migration of Soil Gas Vapors emanating from the earth into an occupied space or structure. The particular vapors of concern are volatile organic compounds (VOCs), including chlorinated solvents, petroleum hydrocarbons, methane, hydrogen ...

    By Terra-Petra, Inc. based in Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Vapor Intrusion Services

    Eurofins Air Toxics continues to provide comprehensive analytical solutions for Vapor Intrusion Investigations. We've analyzed tens of thousands of soil gas, indoor and ambient air samples.

    By Eurofins Air Toxics Inc based in Folsom, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Vapor Intrusion Services

    Soil Vapor Surveys are critical investigative tools when assessing potential contamination at dry cleaners, gasoline service stations and other sites using volatile organic compounds and cholrinated hydrocarbons. We conduct soil vapor surveys to assess upward vapor risk from volatile chemicals. Contaminated soil and groundwater can release ...

    By Viridian® Inc., (Viridian) based in Montclair, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Soil Vapor Intrusion

    The phrase “soil vapor intrusion” refers to the process by which volatile chemicals migrate from a subsurface source, through soil vapor and into the indoor air of a building where an adverse exposure is possible. Soil vapor, also referred to as soil gas, is the air found in the pore spaces between soil particles (Figure 1). Soil vapor ...

    By Precision Environmental Services, Inc. (PES) based in Ballston Spa, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Vapor Intrusion & Mitigation

    Under the New Jersey Site Remediation Reform Act, the confirmed exceedance of a NJ Ambient Indoor Air Screening Level triggers an Immediate Environmental Concern (IEC) and the Site Remediation Reform Act requires certain activities to be completed within certain timeframes with a final engineered mitigation system installed and operational within ...

    By Brennan Environmental, INC. based in Summit, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Vapor Intrusion Services

    Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are present in soil and groundwater at virtually every industrial and commercial facility that ever stored, used, or disposed of fuels or solvents. The potential for VOCs to migrate upward into a building is known as “vapor intrusion” and is now among the highest priorities of EPA and state agencies.

    By Cox-Colvin & Associates, Inc. Environmental Services based in Plain City, OHIO (USA).

  • Vapor Intrusion Services

    Anderson Mulholland offers a full service, comprehensive approach to vapor intrusion at commercial and industrial facilities, as well as residential neighborhoods and individual homes.

    By Anderson Mulholland & Associates, Inc. (AMAI) based in Purchase, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Petroleum Vapor Intrusion

    Vapor intrusion occurs when vapor-phase volatile organic compounds migrate from sub-surface sources into overlying buildings. One type of vapor intrusion is Petroleum Vapor Intrusion, or PVI. This occurs when petroleum hydrocarbon vapors from gasoline or light distillate fuels, such as diesel or kerosene fuel enter a building. Hydrocarbon vapors ...

    By Alpha Analytical Laboratories based in Westborough, MASSACHUSETTS (USA). from Petroleum Vapor Intrusion Service line

  • Vapor Intrusion Services

    EEC has been on the forefront of vapor intrusion evaluation and remediation, and has been providing services at high-profile vapor-intrusion-impacted properties throughout the United States for more than 5 years. For many years, site assessment and remediation was limited to addressing two primary matrices: soil and groundwater. In ...

    By Environmental Engineering & Contracting, Inc. based in Santa Ana, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Vapor Intrusion Services

    XDD scientists and engineers have worked on some of the largest vapor intrusion sites in the country and have helped develop EPA guidance on the collection of indoor air and sub-slab air samples. Our adeptness at engineering and implementing cost-effective mitigation systems also goes hand-in-hand with providing exemplary public relations for our ...

    By XDD, LLC. based in Stratham, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA).

  • Soil Vapor Intrusion

    When a group of chemicals known as volatile organic compounds (volatile chemicals) are released into soil or shallow groundwater, these chemicals evaporate, producing vapors that travel up through the soil. These vapors can enter nearby homes and businesses through crawlspaces and cracks or other openings in the foundation. This process is known ...

    By Above Environmental Services, Inc. based in Vernon, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Vapor Intrusion Services

    EKI provides consulting services related to the assessment and mitigation of vapor intrusion. We have developed conceptual site models and performed site investigations using approaches ranging from shallow soil vapor surveys to multi-depth wells to investigate deep vadose zones, as well as the collection of sub-slab vapor and indoor air samples ...

    By Erler & Kalinowski, Inc. (EKI) based in Burlingame, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Vapor Intrusion Services Service line

  • Vapor Intrusion Services

    The migration of volatile organic vapors into existing and future structures (vapor intrusion or “VI”) from contaminated soil and groundwater can lead to exposures of building occupants to potentially harmful levels of chemicals.  Consequently, VI has emerged as a critical driver for investigating and remediating contaminated ...

    By Wilcox Environmental Engineering, Inc. based in Speedway, INDIANA (USA).

  • Vapor Intrusion Consulting Services

    When volatile chemicals such as solvents or petroleum products are released causing soil and groundwater contamination there is a chance that a soil gas plume will also occur. Polluted gas can then migrate into nearby buildings posing a serious health risk for occupants. This occurrence is referred to as Vapor Intrusion (VI). Since ...

    By Global Environmental Engineering based in Traverse City, MICHIGAN (USA).

  • Vapor Intrusion Monitoring/Modeling

    Vapor intrusion and population exposures to toxic or hazardous materials are commonly regulated by local health authorities and permitting agencies.  The transport of vapors in various subsurface soil and into the vicinity of permeable structures provides a pathway of exposure to toxic and hazardous materials.  RTP staff have conducted ...

    By RTP Environmental Associates, Inc. based in Green Brook, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Vapor Intrusion Monitoring/Modeling Service line

  • Soil Vapor Intrusion Mitigation

    The phrase “soil vapor intrusion” refers to the process by which vapors migrate from a subsurface source, through soil and into the indoor air of a building where exposure is possible. Soil vapor, also referred to as soil gas, is the air found in the pore spaces between soil particles. After the contaminant partitions from the source ...

    By Aztech Technologies Inc. based in Ballston Spa, NEW YORK (USA). from Soil Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Service line

  • Vapor Intrusion Monitoring Services

    The vapor intrusion pathway of organic contaminants may be a significant exposure mechanism in areas where residential, commercial, industrial or public buildings are present over or adjacent to contaminated soils and/or groundwater. Beacon Environmental Services' applied technologies identify vapor intrusion pathways and monitor the indoor air of ...

    By Beacon Environmental Services, Inc. based in Forest Hill, MARYLAND (USA). from Vapor Intrusion Monitoring Services Service line

  • Soil Vapor Intrusion Investigation

    While soil vapor intrusion evaluations are often performed as part of the site assessment process, the recent emphasis placed on potential vapor intrusion by the regulatory community has resulted in sites that previously required no further action to be “re-opened” for the sole purpose of evaluating the potential for vapor intrusion. ...

    By Aztech Technologies Inc. based in Ballston Spa, NEW YORK (USA). from Soil Vapor Intrusion Investigation Service line

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