Wednesday, January 25, 2012

NJDEP releases revamped guidance on vapor intrusion



The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has released its revamped
Vapor Intrusion Technical Guidance Document.

The document is designed to provide more in-depth assistance to investigators who evaluate
and respond to evidence of volatile chemicals migrating from subsurface soils into overlying buildings.

Douglas I. Eilender, a member of the Environmental & Energy Department at the Cole Schotz
law firm, summarizes the changes in a blog report to the firm's clients.

Related:
EPA weighs using vapor intrusion as a Superfund criteria
New York State Vapor Intrusion Guidance 



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