Vapor Intrusion Pathway: A Practical Guideline
Over the past ten years, vapor intrusion (VI) has become a significant environmental issue for regulators, industry leaders, and concerned residents alike. Vapor intrusion is characterized as the migration of volatile chemicals from the subsurface into overlying structures. The simplicity of this definition belies the magnitude of resources being expended to address this complex exposure pathway. This training is based on ITRC's national VI pathway guidance which was developed through the combined efforts of more than 100 professionals including state and federal regulators, consultants, technology vendors, industry, and community stakeholders. The U.S. EPA is working with the ITRC to endorse this national VI guidance as a framework for updates to its 2002 draft VI guidance.
Led by internationally recognized experts, this 2-day ITRC classroom training will enable you to:
Interactive learning with hands-on exhibits, classroom exercises, and frequent Q&A sessions will reinforce these course objectives and contribute to a practical understanding of this difficult pathway.
Registration fees: The course fee is generally $795 with early bird registration of $595 - please check individual offering information for specific information. For federal government, students, community stakeholders, and tribal representatives, ITRC will offer a limited number of scholarships. A scholarship is a waiver of the registration fee only. Any travel and associated costs are the responsibility of the participantsFor general information contact ITRC by telephone at 402-201-2419 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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