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Implementation Memorandum No. 21: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Regarding Vapor Intrusion (VI) and Ecology's 2009 Draft VI Guidance
Implementation Memorandum No. 21: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Regarding Vapor Intrusion (VI) and Ecology's 2009 Draft VI Guidance (Number of pages: 47) (Publication Size: 455KB)
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|Description||This implementation memo applies to any cleanup site where vapor intrusion is a potential concern. In 2009, the Washington State Department of Ecology published draft vapor intrusion guidance, publication no. 09-09-047. This memo answers frequently asked questions about that guidance. Many of the questions are about technical or policy changes that have happened since we published the draft guidance in 2009.
REVISION NOTE: This memo was originally published as a review draft on June 22, 2018. In November 2018, we finalized it based on comments received during the draft memo’s public comment period July 5 through August 10, 2018.
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|Keywords||air contamination, Vapor Intrusion pathways, trichloroethylene (TCE), Vapor Intrusion (VI), volatile organic compounds (VOC), soil contamination, groundwater contamination, indoor air quality, Subsurface vapor, trichloroethene (TCE)|
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Draft Guidance for Evaluating Soil Vapor Intrusion in Washington State: Investigation and Remedial Action
Implementation Memorandum No. 18: Petroleum Vapor Intrusion (VI): Updated Screening Levels, Cleanup Levels, and Assessing PVI Threats to Future Buildings
Implementation Memorandum No. 14: Updated Process for Initially Assessing the Potential for Petroleum Vapor Intrusion
Model Toxics Control Act Regulation and Statute: MTCA Cleanup Regulation Chapter 173-340 WAC, Model Toxics Control Act Chapter 70.105D RCW, Uniform Environmental Covenants Act Chapter 64.70 RCW
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