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May 2011
Vapor Intrusion Newsletter
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Battelle Bioremediation Conference in Reno June 27-30, 2011

The Battelle Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies Symposium will be conducted June 27-30 at the Peppermill Resort in Reno, Nevada. Bioremediation and related technologies continue as core areas, but the program also encompasses green and sustainable remediation, sustainable site management strategies, emerging contaminants, vapor intrusion, and the environmental impacts of biology-based alternative energy production. Six sessions are focused on vapor intrusion. Information can be found at:

ITRC Classroom VI Training

The Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council will be offering its two day course, Vapor Intrusion Pathway: A Practical Guideline, in Detroit, Michigan on July 18-19, 2011 in conjunction with the Michigan Dept. of Environmental Quality. Early bird registration ends June 19. Information on the course is found at:

EPA Vapor Intrusion Workshop Presentations Available from AEHS San Diego March, 2011

The presentations from the EPA Vapor Intrusion Workshop on March 15, 2011, held in conjunction with the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences West Coast Conference in San Diego are available on the RTI website. The EPA workshop presentations are available at:

New Jersey issues draft revised Vapor Intrusion Guidance for review

The New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection has issued draft updated Vapor Intrusion Guidance for comment. Comments are due to John Boyer by June 23, 2011. The draft Guidance can be found at:

Illinois revised TACO regulations nearing legislative approval

Illinois has revised the TACO regulations, including a tiered approach to vapor intrusion evaluation utilizing the J&E Model, and they are nearing legislative approval. A new Subpart L provides requirements for building control technologies to mitigate the potential for soil gas to enter indoor air. Information can be found at:

New book on Vapor Intrusion available from Nova Publishers

A new book on vapor intrusion, edited by Saponaro, Sezenna, and Bonomo, is available from Nova Publishers. The 14 chapters by international experts include sections on modeling of vapor migration, field measurement techniques, and case studies. Information is available at:

New EPA Vapor Intrusion website

Last summer US EPA OSWER initiated a new vapor intrusion website that provides links to guidance documents and updates on EPA activities in the vapor intrusion field. The website can be found at:

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This newsletter is issued periodically to provide our readers with information on new regulatory and technical developments in the rapidly changing field of vapor intrusion. While every effort is made to ensure that the information and links presented in this newsletter are accurate at the time of publication, they are presented for general information purposes only. Users should independently verify the accuracy and applicability of this information and seek professional advice for any specific sites or purposes. Articles on or links to any document or website do not imply endorsement of that document or website by EnviroGroup. Copyright EnviroGroup Limited 2011. 7009 S. Potomac Street, Centennial, CO 80112.
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