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Land Science Presents a Webinar with Dr. Kenneth Tramm on Vapor Intrusion’s Impact on Environmental Due Diligence Industry

Land Science is pleased to present a webinar with Dr. Kenneth S. Tramm, a founding Principal with Texas-based engineering firm, Modern Geosciences. Dr. Tramm specializes in air quality monitoring, environmental due diligence, risk-based closures, and remediation design. In this free

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Nick Mjolsness: Specializing in Helping You Mitigate Vapor Intrusion Risk

Ask Nick Mjolsness, Great Lakes District Manager at Land Science, what he enjoys most about his work and you’ll likely get a response that may leave you a bit envious. By combining travel to many states in the Midwestern US

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Upcoming Vapor Intrusion Webinar with Dr. Blayne Hartman

Vapor Intrusion regulatory guidelines are rapidly changing. In order to offer our clients with the latest industry knowledge, we are pleased to present a webinar with vapor intrusion expert Dr. Blayne Hartman. During this webinar presentation, Dr. Hartman will discuss

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MassDEP Finalizes “Vapor Intrusion Guidance: Site Assessment, Mitigation, and Closure”

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) finalized their Vapor Intrusion Guidance: Site Assessment, Mitigation, and Closure document on October 14, 2016.  As stated from the guidance, “This document provides guidance on investigating, assessing, understanding, and mitigating vapor intrusion at disposal sites

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PADEP Updates VI Guidance for First Time Since 2004

Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) issued the “Land Recycling Program Technical Guidance Manual for Vapor Intrusion into Buildings from Groundwater and Soil under Act 2” this summer and the document will become final in November 2016.  This 103-page Technical

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Webinar: The Vapor Intrusion Risk Pathway: Regulatory Updates

Webinar Content Outline Title: The Vapor Intrusion Risk Pathway: Regulatory Updates Quick Overview: Learn the latest news about vapor intrusion, including: The latest updates to National regulations (EPA, ASTM) on the vapor intrusion pathway Cost-effective Strategies for navigating the vapor

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California DTSC Updates PCE Screening Levels

California has issued revised screening levels (SL) for vapor-phase tetrachloroethylene (PCE). On September 8, 2016, California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) adopted an updated inhalation {Cancer} unit risk (IUR) factor for tetrachloroethylene (PCE). Updating the IUR also created

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Ohio EPA Develops Vapor Intrusion Memorandum

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization (DERR)  has developed a memorandum on action levels and response timeframes for sites that are being investigated for vapor intrusion of trichloroethylene (TCE) and other associated chemicals. DERR

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Brownfield Development Success – Uptown Development – Traverse City, Michigan

Uptown Riverfront Development, is an upscale residential townhome and mixed-use (live-work) commercial development located on the Boardman River in Traverse City, Michigan. Grand Traverse County’s Brownfield Redevelopment Authority was awarded $800,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds from the State of

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Northville Garage

Summary: The city of Northville received Brownfield Redevelopment Grant funding from the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to facilitate the redevelopment of a former dry cleaner and gas station. The .45-acre site was heavily contaminated with dry cleaning solvents and

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