Lawyers and Engineers: This webinar is eligible for 1 hour of CLE and/or PDH credit!
Emerging Trends in Risk Assessment and Vapor Intrusion for Brownfields Redevelopment
Mid-Atlantic would like to invite you to attend a complimentary webinar presentation. This educational event will feature a compelling discussion on current developments in vapor intrusion and risk assessment as they relate to Brownfields Redevelopment (and other sites that may require assessment of the vapor intrusion pathway).
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About this Webinar
Recent findings in the environmental industry indicate that vapor intrusion (VI) often represents the most significant risk for exposure to building occupants at or near a contaminated site (e.g., a Brownfield’s property). Common contaminated sites include dry-cleaners, gasoline stations, automotive repair and a variety of manufacturing/industrial facilities. Because of the associated risk, additional focus has been placed on VI by regulators, banks, attorneys, and property owners. Mid-Atlantic routinely works with regulators and industry experts to stay on the cutting edge of VI assessment and mitigation regulations and trends. This webinar will get you up to speed on current NC agency issues, the status of the proposed OSWER final guidance, as well as what is involved in evaluating risk at a particular site.
Presentation Will Include:
- A brief overview of the VI problem and trends in VI regulations
- Mid-Atlantic’s approach to site assessment and VI sampling methods
- Regulatory guidance updates
- Risk assessment
- Applications / case studies
- Questions and answers
Who Should Attend?
- Lawyers, Engineers
- Property/Facility Managers
- Environmental, Engineering Firms
Tuesday, December 11
2:00 p.m. EDT (GMT-05:00)
45 minute discussion
15 minute Q&A
Robert D. Hill, P.E.
William S. Service
Senior Toxicologist/Risk Assessor
Jeffrey Tyburski, P.G., RSM
Mid-Atlantic Associates, Inc.
Phone: 800-486-7568 or 919-250-9918
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