Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Design And Constructability Challenges: Using An Innovative New Vapor Barrier Technology
Learn the following in this free webinar:
- Use of a reliable, cost-effective vapor mitigation solution allowed client to meet milestones and stay on time and on budget
- Sites required a vapor barrier that was resistant, with documented diffusion coefficients, to low level TCE and methane that could be approved by Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy (EGLE)
- Collaboration between EGLE, local community leaders and the developer ensured a smooth and successful result
- Traffic control program minimized barrier damage during construction and the enhanced smoke testing program successfully identified areas requiring repair
In this webinar we are pleased to have as a special guest speaker Mark Quimby, Senior Consultant at SME. His presentation discusses overcoming vapor intrusion mitigation design and constructability challenges at two large industrial sites using an innovative new vapor barrier technology. The sites discussed are new buildings approximately 575,000 square feet (SF) each, on two different, but similar, former landfill sites. He is joined by Ryan Miller, East Region Manager at Land Science, who discusses technologies to mitigate vapor intrusion.