Land Science Technologies (LST) recently held a webinar to discuss solutions and strategies for managing legal liabilities of vapor intrusion sites. The webinar, held October 30, featured guest speaker David R. Gillay, Esq., of law firm Barnes & Thornburg LLP.
Gillay discussed the latest regulations, including the EPA’s National Policy on Use and Roles of Institutional Controls and cost-effective strategies for navigating the vapor intrusion pathway. Peter Grant, Division Manager of LST, reviewed the vapor intrusion mitigation solutions currently available, including Geo-Seal® Vapor Intrusion Barrier and Retro-Coat™ Vapor Intrusion Coating.
We invite you to listen to a free recording of this webinar, compliments of Land Science Technologies. To access, click here.
A 265,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in St. Johns, Michigan was suspected to contain both environmental and vapor intrusion contaminants. Soil and Materials, Inc. used combined technologies from REGENESIS and Land Science Technologies to remediate the contaminants of concern. RegenOx® was utilized to treat high TCE levels while Retro-Coat® was selected to be used in conjunction with an active sub-slab depressurization system to address the vapor intrusion. To read more about this case, please click here.
Aerial view of concrete pour on top of Geo-Seal barrier
Located in the heart of downtown Denver, the Alta Alameda Station luxury apartments feature 338 units within the three-building, four-story complex. Directly across the street from the Alameda Light Rail Station, the hub of Denver’s mass transit system, vapor intrusion was a concern for the complex’s owners. Terracon Consultants, Inc. specified the Geo-Seal Vapor Intrusion Barrier with Vapor-Vent to protect the buildings from contaminant vapor intrusion. Approximately 90,000 square feet of product were successfully installed below freezing temperatures. To read more about this case, please click here.