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Implementation Memorandum No. 14: Updated Process for Initially Assessing the Potential for Petroleum Vapor Intrusion

 
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16-09-046March 2016
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Author(s) Mark Gordon
Description This implementation memo provides guidance on how to initially assess whether vapor intrusion (VI) is a potential concern at sites with petroleum contamination. This publication supplements Chapter 2 (“Preliminary VI Assessments”) in Washington Department of Ecology’s 2009 draft "Guidance for Evaluating Soil Vapor Intrusion in Washington State: Investigation and Remedial Action" (link below).
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Keywords vapor intrusion, petroleum contamination
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