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Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: Developing a Conceptual Site Model (CSM) with an emphasis on the Vapor Intrusion (VI) pathway

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Two important things to implement when investigating a contaminated Site is developing a well understood Conceptual Site Model (CSM) and evaluating the Vapor Intrusion (VI) pathway. A CSM describes the characteristics of a Site, the processes by which potential contaminants may move from source(s) to receptor(s), facilitates Site understanding, and helps organize Site investigations and activities. VI is the process in which impacted vapors from contaminated subsurface media affect the indoor air quality in a building and is often the primary exposure risk related to contaminated properties. Attendees of this webinar can expect to learn:

  • How to develop a CSM with an emphasis on evaluating the VI pathway;
  • How to approach VI evaluations in a cost effective manner; and
  • How to incorporate that approach and results in updating the CSM.
Post Date: 5/16/2017

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