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Event Information:
Vapor Intrusion in Ohio: What You Need to Know


Date and Time:
7/25/2018 at 3:00 PM, Duration: 45 Minutes


Description:

Vapor intrusion is a relatively new environmental field. It is also the most common environmental impediment to site closure and property transaction in the marketplace today. Regulatory guidance on vapor intrusion has been challenging to develop and even more challenging to implement. There are legal and technical concerns that commonly complicate, impede or prevent closure. The potential for client liability is significant throughout both the investigation and remedial action phases. The occupants of structures with contaminant exposure from vapor intrusion are just now beginning to realize the need to better understand the significance of potential health impacts and the potential for liability claims.

This presentation will provide an overview of vapor intrusion and available Ohio guidance, followed by discussion of common issues and concerns for the general public, site reviewers and attorneys. Common issues and concerns will include: ways to reduce client liability, investigation approaches, and how to address confounding issues such as, indoor air background. The presentation will also detail emerging policy concerns such as, the short term trichloroethene (TCE) developmental risks of fetal heart malformations, the significance of radon risk versus chemical vapor intrusion risk, and the potential re-opening of closed Ohio Voluntary Action Program (VAP) Sites with a Covenant Not to Sue (CNS).



About the Presenter:
Brandon Lewis

Brandon C. Lewis is a Senior Project Manager for Closure Services in August Mack’s Ohio office. He has 12 years of environmental consulting experience. His professional experience and technical expertise lies in RCRA Corrective Action (federal and state level), underground storage tank (UST) closures, subsurface investigations, groundwater monitoring, vapor intrusion, data evaluation, remedial evaluation/construction, and remedial systems operations.  Brandon is also experienced in phase I assessments, asbestos surveys, and asbestos abatement oversight.  Brandon provides technical project oversight and staff development of the Ohio office’s Closure department.

 

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