Vapor intrusion (VI), the process by which vapors from contaminated groundwater migrate into and accumulate in indoor air spaces, is increasingly becoming a necessary component of every remediation project, and has become a necessary component of environmental due diligence in real estate transactions. The ASTM International 2005 Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments now includes VI migration as a component of the Phase I investigation. Recent regulatory changes highlight the importance of a successful community outreach strategy. In March 2013, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) issued its new Vapor Intrusion Technical Guidance,which establishes a complex framework for assessing VI that includes community outreach as a key component of the VI investigation.
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