Vapor Intrusion Breakout September 2 Video



September 2nd

Vapor intrusion is the migration of vapor-forming chemicals from any subsurface source into a office, home, or industrial building. It all started in the 1980s with concerns over radon intrusion.  During the 90s, environmental professionals began to understand that hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents in soil, groundwater, and sewers and drainlines could also pose threats to indoor air quality via the vapor intrusion pathway.  This breakout will help you understand several of the installation methods that are common in the industry, but also what is best practice for your project.  Several of the speakers in this session are world renown in the VI industry, and Tom Hatton was actually on the very first EPA VI project so you’re learning from the best.

      • 1:25 – Opening Remarks – Session Chair
      • 1:30 – “HVAC Systems for VI Mitigation: Performance and Reliability Considerations” – David Shea, Sanborn Head
      • 2:00 – “Vapor Intrusion Efficient Mitigation Methods and Remote Management” – Tom Hatton, Clean Vapor
      • 2:30 – “Advanced Passive Sorbent Samplers: Why Long Duration Time-Integrated Samples Provide More Accurate Vapor Intrusion Data” – Harry O’Neill, Beacon
      • 3:00 – Break in the Exhibit Hall – Carolina Ballroom
      • 3:30 – “Petroleum Vapor Intrusion, Case Studies and Hidden Risks” – Jim Fineis, Total Vapor Solutions
      • 4:00 – “Your Vapor Wants Out: Managing Your Liability When Vapor Migrates” – Timothy J. Bergère, Armstrong Teasdale
      • 4:30 – “Passive Vapor Intrusion Mitigation at Brownfield Sites” – Jim Olsta, CECTO
      • 5:00 – Adjourn