In a crucial time, when the need for innovative methods to protect the environment is at an all-time high, some of the top scientific authorities in the world will be gathering in Southern California to share their ideas. We are honored to be counted among the trusted names presenting at this year’s Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air put on by the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences (AEHS).
As many as 600 participants are expected in San Diego for this week’s conference. Attendees are drawn from a variety of professions including state and federal regulatory agencies, environmental engineering and consulting firms, the petroleum and chemical industries, military, and academia.
This conference carries significance for those in the Vapor Intrusion industry because it hosts the U.S. EPA’s Vapor Intrusion Work Shop every year. The workshop is the ideal forum for the country’s chief regulators to bring consultants and engineers up to speed on the latest guidance for Vapor Intrusion detection and mitigation, and consequently draws some of the national leaders in this field of science. You’ll be able to watch this on a live-stream that is sponsored, in part, by EnviroForenics. Follow this link to register.
The same people who will be attending this workshop will likely be in attendance for our presentation. Our Director of Vapor Intrusion and Risk Assessment, Megan Hamilton, and Project Manager, Casey McFall CHMM, will provide their expertise about Vapor Migration immediately following the EPA VI Work Shop on Tuesday, March 21st.
The presentation, entitled “New Insights into Exposure through Preferential Pathway Vapor Migration,” takes a deep dive into vapor intrusion migration and exposure and how some regulatory guidance on testing techniques may be lacking in their capability to elicit reliable results. The talk will also include an analysis of atypical preferential pathways, that if gone unchecked, could present exposure hazards. We will be presenting our findings based on real-world case studies we’ve gathered from 14 different project sites. We’re looking forward to unpacking those results and engaging with our fellow environmental professionals.
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