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CONTRACTORS
Are you bidding or have you recently been awarded a project that calls for some type of chemical vapor barrier?

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Is it a standard water vapor barrier, or is it a chemical vapor barrier? 
Sometimes it is hard to tell the difference.

We have a knowledgeable team who work closely with contractors in order to deliver the appropriate, most cost-effective and time-effective vapor mitigation solution(s) based on the site conditions and required specs.
Contact us below for a quote
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ARCHITECTS
We offer architects our knowledge and experience in soil gas vapor assessments to determine appropriate mitigation solutions.

After many years of consideration and development, EPA and state regulators are expanding their focus on VI as a potential risk to public health.

Therefore, it is important for architects to know everything involved before finalizing designs on a new structure. As public awareness continues to grow concerning vapor intrusion, it’s very likely that litigation will continue to grow accordingly.
Our team at Vapor Mitigation Strategies will review and analyze environmental reports so we can assist you throughout the process of defining the vapor mitigation portion of your project.
Please use our contact form below to schedule a consultation.

NEWS

Washington Child Care Center Mitigates Risk of Vapor Intrusion

Luckily, awareness about vapor intrusion has grown in recent years. Recently the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) specified vapor intrusion as a potential pathway in its Superfund Program, designed to fund the clean-up of uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. The program resulted from the passage of the Comprehensive Environmental Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (CERCLA) in the early 1980s.

New Bank Site Includes Vapor Barrier System

Before completing construction of the new facility, the owner opted to have a chemical vapor barrier installed as a preventive measure. This decision was made because improper handling, previously unregulated disposal, or accidental spills and leaks of these car service chemicals may have introduced themselves into the subsurface where they emit toxic gasses into the soil vapor.

CONTACT

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