Soil Vapor Intrusion Investigation
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
CORE provides Soil Vapor Intrusion Investigations for commercial and development properties. The phrase "soil vapor intrusion" refers to the process by which volatile chemicals migrate from a subsurface source into the indoor air of buildings. CORE follows the Guidance for Evaluating Soil Vapor Intrusion in the State of New York, to ensure compliance with the NYSDOH and NYSDEC. Our experienced team of Vapor Intrusion specialists can assist you with all remediation aspects of the project including sampling & analysis and final reporting.
Sites at which an investigation is appropriate
Data collected to date do not support the use of pre-determined concentrations of volatile chemicals (i.e., screening criteria) in either groundwater or soil to trigger a soil vapor intrusion investigation. Therefore, although the level of investigation may vary, the pathway should be investigated at any site with the following:
a. an existing subsurface source (e.g., on the basis of preliminary environmental sampling) or likely subsurface source (e.g., on the basis of known previous land uses) of volatile chemicals [Section 1.1]; and
b. existing buildings or the possibility that buildings may be constructed near a subsurface source of volatile chemicals.https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/investigations/soil_gas/svi_guidance/docs/svig_final2006_complete.pdf
How do I request Soil Vapor Intrusion services?
Contact Us Today and a Environmental Professional will be able to provide a proposal for all work associated with the remediation project. CORE has a robust, experienced team that will be able to effectively help communicate what you may be looking for.
- Industrial, Commerical & Office Spaces
- DER-10 / Technical Guidance for Site Investigation and Remediation
- Agency: USEPA - Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
- Guideline: OSWER 9200.2-154
- Last Revised: June 2015
- Agency: New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH)
- Guideline: Guidance for Evaluating Soil Vapor Intrusion in the State of New York
- Last Revised: October 2006
Responsible Professional Staff
- Environmental Scientist
- Project Manager
- Project Engineer
- CADD Drafter
- New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC)