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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Brownfields technology primer : vapor intrusion considerations for redevelopment /|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, Brownfields and Land Revitalization Technology Support Center,|
|Report Number||EPA 542-R-08-001|
|Subjects||Indoor air pollution--Measurement. ; Soil pollution--Measurement. ; Vapors. ; Hazardous waste sites--United States. ; Industrial real estate--United States.|
|Additional Subjects||Vapors ; Air pollution control ; Soils ; Ground water ; Contamination ; Air quality ; Indoor air pollution ; Environmental exposure pathway ; Environmental impacts ; Mitigation ; Costs ; Buildings ; Construction ; Surveys ; Vapor intrusion ; Brownfields Technology Primer|
|Collation||iii, 43 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
The core message of the primer is that early consideration of vapor intrusion beginning during the Phase I environmental site assessment will help ensure that redevelopment protects the health of current and future building occupants. In addition, incorporating relatively inexpensive mitigation (prevention) techniques into the construction of new buildings, rather than retrofitting them later, will result in significant cost savings and help avoid the occurrence of vapor intrusion in the future. Because there are many available, cost-effective approaches to mitigation, vapor intrusion need not stand in the way of brownfields redevelopment.
"March 2008." Shipping list no.: 2008-0400-P. Includes bibliographical references (pages 40-43). "EPA 542-R-08-001." Preparation of this document was funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Contract Number: 68-W-02-034
"This primer is designed for land revitalization stakeholders concerned about vapor intrusion, including property owners, municipalities, and real estate developers. It provides an overview of the vapor intrusion issue and how it can affect redevelopment. It also summarizes techniques for quickly and cost effectively assessing the potential for vapor intrusion, as well as techniques for mitigating it. The topics covered will familiarize stakeholders with options for addressing vapor intrusion to help them communicate with their project contractors and consultants."--Page 1.