Featured Case Study: TerraShield Mitigates Vapor Intrusion on Former Industrial Site
A former industrial site located in Southern California was targeted for redevelopment and chosen to be developed into a federally funded public site. Historical operations left the original property contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). In addition to the presence of these contaminants, new buildings constructed in the area are required to feature a vapor intrusion mitigation system due to the presence of methane gas in the soil, which may eventually enter unprotected buildings on the surface. Because of these factors and the completed site’s intended purpose for public use, an effective vapor mitigation system was necessary.
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Upcoming Webinar: US EPA Grant Allocation for Assessment & Remediation
In this webinar we are pleased to have as special guest speakers from the US EPA Jerry Minor-Gordon, Program Analyst for the Office of Brownfields & Land Revitalization; Cindy J. Nolan, Manager for the Brownfields & Redevelopment Section; and Brian Gross, Environmental Scientist at Region 4. Their presentation will discuss US EPA grant allocation for assessment & remediation. This webinar airs Thursday, September 8th, 2022 at 11am pacific / 2pm eastern.
Spotlight on Experience: Jordan Knight, National Sales Manager | Land Science
Jordan Knight is the National Sales Manager for Land Science, the industry-leading provider of vapor intrusion barrier system technologies for brownfield redevelopment. Jordan provides leadership to the sales force to achieve division goals and has been with Land Science since 2014. She is experienced in managing brownfield and landfill redevelopment projects where vapor intrusion barriers and venting systems are implemented throughout the United States. Learn more about Jordan by watching the spotlight video.
Learning Lab Demonstration with Hieu Nguyen, Principal Engineer, at the AVIP VI Conference
Attending the AVIP VI Conference in Nashville, TN October 9th-11th? Be sure to attend Land Science’s Learning Lab conducted by Hieu Nguyen titled “Best Practices for Quality Assurance/Quality Control for Passive Barrier Installations at New and Existing Buildings.” Hieu will conduct a 15-minute demonstration that reviews the recommended quality control practices for membrane installation at both new and existing buildings. This training will focus on quality control steps to measure spray-applied barrier thickness, and verify seam integrity and physical properties of composite barriers during field installation. The demonstration will include a hands-on display where attendees can witness and test vapor barriers on aggregate to simulate field installation procedures. Contact Jordan Knight to receive $50 off your VI Conference registration. We hope to see you there!
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In this webinar we were pleased to have as special guest speakers from the US EPA Jerry Minor-Gordon, Program Analyst for the Office of Brownfields & Land Revitalization; Cindy J. Nolan, Manager for the Brownfields & Redevelopment Section; and Brian Gross, Environmental Scientist at Region 4. Their presentation discussed US EPA grant allocation for assessment & remediation.
Highlights of this free webinar:
- Changes to the EPA Brownfields grant process retrospectively for FY22 and going into FY23
- Brownfields funding options starting in FY 23 created by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) at the federal, regional and state levels
- How administrative priorities are driving where and how the funds are expected to be spent
- Funding available for Environmental Justice communities
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