September 2021 Land Science Newsletter

 

 


In a highly specialized career spanning 35+ years, Rich Rago, Lead Scientist and Vapor Intrusion Practice Leader at Haley & Aldrich, Inc., still enjoys the thrill of discovering new methods and approaches to his work. He begins, “Over the last 30 years, I have been fortunate to lead research on topics that have meaningfully advanced the environmental practice.” Rago started his career with Haley & Aldrich in 1991. The company is a national environmental and geotechnical engineering firm, headquartered in Massachusetts.

Featured Publication: Indoor air background levels of VOCs and air-phase petroleum hydrocarbons in office buildings and schools

Richard Rago, Senior Associate at Haley & Aldrich, is the lead author of a new article in Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection provided input on the anonymous study’s design, which included the collection of 25 school building samples and 61 office building samples. The study identified some volatile organic compounds (VOCs) ubiquitously in indoor air background, and some at concentrations which exceeded risk-based regulatory screening levels.

Featured Video: Spotlight on Experience
Ryan Miller, East Region Manager

Ryan Miller is the East Region Manager of the Land Science® division of REGENESIS, Inc., and is based on the East Coast. Ryan’s role includes providing technical support in the design and installation of Land Science vapor mitigation systems, and educating the environmental community on the advancements in vapor intrusion barrier technology, implementation, and quality control. Ryan has extensive experience in the environmental consulting industry, most recently working as a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) focusing on brownfield redevelopment projects and specializing in vapor intrusion mitigation.

Featured Project Snapshot: A Growing Manufacturing Company Brings New Jobs to Lansing Area following Retro-Coat Treatment

A growing manufacturer looking to expand its operations purchased a vacant industrial facility in Lansing, Michigan, where chlorinated solvents were used and spilled into the subsurface. The environmental consultant was asked to address the suspected vapor intrusion concerns resulting from the former industrial operations. In working with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy (EGLE), the consultant proposed utilizing the Retro-Coat® Vapor Intrusion Coating System, in combination with passive venting, to ensure safe indoor air for the future workers. Learn more by downloading the Project Snapshot.

 

Developed by the R&D Team at Land Science, the Retro-Coat system is the most appropriate coating technology for vapor intrusion protection. The Retro-Coat Vapor Intrusion Coating System is a complete product line that consists of chemically resistant materials to properly protect existing structures from the threat of contaminant vapor intrusion. A vapor intrusion condition is most commonly found when the existing structure was operating as, or in close proximity to, a dry cleaner, gas station, or manufacturing facility.

Featured Article: 10 Sustainable Green Tech Companies, 2021

While several new players are emerging in the environmental remediation market over the past few years, companies such as REGENESIS have been providing leading-edge environmental remediation solutions since 1994. The company is a global leader in the research, development, and commercialization of technology-based solutions for the environment. It specializes in providing scientifically proven product and service-based solutions for groundwater and soil remediation at contaminated sites. Learn more by reading the featured article.

Featured Project Snapshot: Brownfield Redevelopment Makes Way for Mixed-Use Property in Nation’s Capital

The former brownfield site was targeted for redevelopment in the nation’s capital. The project is a 32,000 square feet mixed-use development in the heart of Washington, D.C. The environmental consultant specified the MonoShield® vapor barrier system with passive venting as a proactive step to prevent vapor intrusion of low-level petroleum hydrocarbon vapors. The MonoShield vapor barrier system was included in the site’s Corrective Action Plan and was approved by the Department of Energy and Environment prior to its installation.

MonoShield: A Vapor Barrier System that Delivers on Safety and the Bottomline


MonoShield is a chemically resistant and easy-to-apply barrier specifically designed as a preemptive solution for vapor intrusion at brownfield redevelopment sites. It is backed by unparalleled design support, robust warranty options, and a network of certified applicators who can ensure quality installation.

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Have a Vapor Intrusion Project? Get Started Today!

To receive a custom vapor intrusion solution, please call 949.481.8118 or visit landsciencetech.com/contact-us. One of our Technical Solutions Managers will review your project details and provide you with a customized vapor intrusion solution designed to achieve your site goals.

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August 2021 Land Science Newsletter


For Laurie Chilcote, a career in environmental remediation allows her to pursue several professional interests, and helped garner a diverse background. She begins, “I like variety, challenges, collaboration, and helping others. I am grateful for the opportunities my career has provided- meeting and working with so many people and organizations in the environmental industry from all over the world, and collaborating on how to protect the environment.” Chilcote admits to “wearing many hats” when describing her current position with Cox-Colvin & Associates, Inc., a leading environmental firm and valued Land Science® partner.

Featured Video: The Association of Vapor Intrusion Professionals (AVIP)

The Association of Vapor Intrusion Professionals (AVIP) is a collaborative community of professionals specializing in disciplines related to vapor intrusion. This includes conceptual site modelers, soil gas scientists, chemists, engineers, geologists, groundwater specialists, remediation specialists, architects, building scientists, electricians, and other craftsmen in the development and environmental industries. AVIP exists to create nationally recognized educational and credentialing standards for industry professionals as well as resources to regulators, consultants, and the general public. The Association is also committed to promoting industry-acceptable, and actionable thresholds for vapor intrusion.

Featured Project Snapshot: Townhome Residents Protected from Exposure to Vapors

A townhome development in Greenville, South Carolina, implemented the MonoShield® vapor barrier and TerraVent™ low-profile venting system to address low-level volatiles organic compounds, keeping future tenants safe from exposure. The environmental consultant required a turnkey installation for the barrier and venting system along with quality assurance/ quality control testing of the system. The consultant also evaluated a single-layer polyolefin sheet system that relies on taped seams and is not installed by a certified applicator or smoke tested. In comparing the approaches and costs of the two options, the MonoShield system was selected based on the time-efficient, certified installation in addition to its proven chemical resistance.

MonoShield: A Vapor Barrier System that Delivers on Safety and the Bottomline


MonoShield is a chemically resistant and easy-to-apply barrier specifically designed as a preemptive solution for vapor intrusion at brownfield redevelopment sites. It is backed by unparalleled design support, robust warranty options, and a network of certified applicators who can ensure quality installation.

Are You a Member of the AVIP?
Join Today!

Land Science is pleased to be 2021/2022 Annual Platinum Sponsors for AVIP! The purpose of AVIP is to build a community of professionals dedicated to advancing the industry and providing a forum for informational exchange of knowledge and science related to Vapor Intrusion (VI); as well as establishing a central resource for technology, guidance, standards, credentialing and best practices for both those in the industry and those seeking VI related services.

At Land Science, we know many environmental firms are investing time to focus on staff training to get up-to-date on new technologies and regulations. We have prepared a library of pre-recorded webinars available on our website at no charge. Topics include vapor intrusion regulations and mitigation. We will also provide certificates of attendance for any webinar viewed upon request by emailing marketing@regenesis.com.

Have a Vapor Intrusion Project? Get Started Today!

To receive a custom vapor intrusion solution, please call 949.481.8118 or visit landsciencetech.com/contact-us. One of our Technical Solutions Managers will review your project details and provide you with a customized vapor intrusion solution designed to achieve your site goals.

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July 2021 Land Science Newsletter


With more than 35 years of experience in the vapor intrusion industry, Tom Hatton, Chief Executive Officer of Clean Vapor, LLC, an innovative mitigation technologies company and valued Land Science® client, has enjoyed great success, knowing the impact that vapor intrusion mitigation can have on the environment. He shares, “This work is my passion. Having the benefit of watching this industry grow — from its inception to its current state of critical importance — has been rewarding. For me, vapor intrusion is more than just environmental science and buildings-  it’s a calling to protect human health by providing cleaner indoor air environments.” Hatton co-founded Clean Vapor and has led the N.J.-based firm for the past 15 years.  Prior to forming the company, he spent 20 years developing and implementing vapor intrusion mitigation solutions for residential and commercial clients.

Featured Case Study: Cross-Team Collaboration Moves New Public Library and Town Hall Complex Forward

A growing community near Charlotte, North Carolina was seeking a site to construct a new town hall and public library complex. SUMMIT Engineering, Laboratory & Testing, P.C. (SUMMIT) conducted an environmental assessment at the property in April 2020, confirming that petroleum hydrocarbon (PHC) contamination was present. SUMMIT recommended installing a vapor intrusion mitigation system (VIMS) to the property development team, knowing it would be the most effective approach to address PHC contaminant vapors. In considering their options, Nitra-Seal, a state-of-the-art VIMS offering proven chemical resistance and vapor intrusion protection, was selected by the development team.

 

 

 

Introducing a New Advanced Nitrile Composite Vapor Barrier System

Nitra-Seal is an update/improvement on current vapor barrier systems. Originally, passive vapor barrier systems were waterproofing systems adapted for use as contaminant vapor barriers. An acknowledged weakness in these systems is in the penetration and perimeter termination locations, where spray-applied core material composed of Styrene-Butadiene (SBR)- modified asphalt is used. While excellent at repelling water, aggressive chemicals such as petroleum solvents and chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs), will permeate into the SBR-modified asphalt at a relatively high rate particularly in sensitive areas of the building construction such as barrier seams, slab penetrations and perimeters. Nitra-Seal offers a substantial upgrade as it employs a more chemically resistant nitrile latex instead of the more susceptible SBR material. Nitrile is recognized throughout the environmental engineering industry as being more chemically resistant than rubber or SBR and is often used in personal protective equipment when working on hazardous waste sites (e.g. nitrile gloves).

Featured Video: Introduction to Land Science’s Full Suite of Vapor Barrier Technologies

Land Science is a division of REGENESIS, Inc., the global leader in advanced technologies for contaminated site remediation. Since 1994, REGENESIS has developed and commercialized a range of proven soil and groundwater remediation products to treat a wide-variety of contaminants. Watch the video to learn more about Land Science’s full suite of vapor intrusion technologies – including Nitra-Seal, TerraShield, MonoShield, and Retro-Coat.

Recording Now Available: Special Land Science Webinar Featured in Europe

 

REGENESIS is pleased to announce a special vapor intrusion webinar with guest speakers Blayne Hartman of Hartman Environmental Geoscience (USA) and Tom Wuyts, team manager at Terra Engineering & Consultancy, part of Group Van Vooren NV (Belgium). In this live European webinar, Blayne and Tom discuss the challenges of vapor intrusion assessments and the benefits of continuous monitoring. They are joined by Rick Gillespie, Senior Vice President of Land Science, the vapor mitigation division of REGENESIS.

With vapor intrusion assessments, typically only a few contaminant concentration measurements are made, so it is often difficult to reach a conclusion if the vapor intrusion pathway is a concern. The result is that vapor intrusion investigations can drag on for months to years before a conclusion can be reached regarding the potential risk. Such time periods are unacceptable if there is a potential risk to human health.

Are You a Member of the AVIP? Join Today!

Land Science is pleased to be 2021/2022 Annual Platinum Sponsors for AVIP! The purpose of AVIP is to build a community of professionals dedicated to advancing the industry and providing a forum for informational exchange of knowledge and science related to Vapor Intrusion (VI); as well as establishing a central resource for technology, guidance, standards, credentialing and best practices for both those in the industry and those seeking VI related services.

At Land Science, we know many environmental firms are investing time to focus on staff training to get up-to-date on new technologies and regulations. We have prepared a library of pre-recorded webinars available on our website at no charge. Topics include vapor intrusion regulations and mitigation. We will also provide certificates of attendance for any webinar viewed upon request by emailing marketing@regenesis.com.

Have a Vapor Intrusion Project? Get Started Today!

To receive a custom vapor intrusion solution, please call 949.481.8118 or visit landsciencetech.com/contact-us. One of our Technical Solutions Managers will review your project details and provide you with a customized vapor intrusion solution designed to achieve your site goals.

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June 2021 Land Science Newsletter

Patrick Lowery, Sr. Environmental Manager with SUMMIT Engineering, Laboratory & Testing, Inc

 

For Patrick Lowery, Sr. Environmental Manager with SUMMIT Engineering, Laboratory & Testing, Inc., a multi-disciSummit Engineering, Laboratory & Testing, Incplinary environmental consulting firm and valued Land Science® client, a career in environmental remediation was sparked by an interest in geology, a field his grandfather worked in. Lowery initially planned to follow his grandfather’s path and become a geologist, but then realized his true passion involved assisting in the cleanup of our planet. He shares, “My grandfather was a geologist for Shell Oil in the Permian Basin, near Midland Texas.  Throughout college my focus was to work in the petroleum industry.  I took a year off from school after earning my Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of Alabama and was going to attend Colorado State University for my Masters in Geophysics, however, while working with a consulting geologist that year I found I enjoyed the environmental field.”

 

Patrick Lowery, Sr. Environmental Manager with SUMMIT Engineering, Laboratory & Testing, Inc

Featured Video: Nitra-Seal Applied as Preemptive Vapor Mitigation Solution for Town Hall and Library Complex

Nitra-Seal Applied as Preemptive Vapor Mitigation Solution

 

A growing community near Charlotte, North Carolina was seeking a site to construct a new town hall and public library complex. The city planners had identified a land parcel that would meet the spatial requirements for the new complex, but the site was a former gasoline service station which operated on a portion of the land for nearly two decades. As part of the City’s due diligence, a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) was completed and revealed the underground storage tank (UST) system was decommissioned in 1991 with the tanks abandoned in place. However, no records existed which documented environmental conditions at the time of UST removal. Consequently, the USTs were listed as a recognized environmental concern (REC) in the Phase I ESA. In early 2020, a geotechnical investigation identified soil with odors and elevated photoionization detector (PID) readings, a further indication of petroleum hydrocarbon (PHC) contamination in the subsurface.


Introducing a New Advanced Nitrile Composite Vapor Barrier System

Nitra-Seal is an update/improvement on current vapor barrier systems. Originally, passive vapor barrier systems were waterproofing systems adapted for use as contaminant vapor barriers. An acknowledged weakness in these systems is in the penetration and perimeter termination locations, where spray-applied core material composed of Styrene-Butadiene (SBR)- modified asphalt is used. While excellent at repelling water, aggressive chemicals such as petroleum solvents and chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs), will permeate into the SBR-modified asphalt at a relatively high rate particularly in sensitive areas of the building construction such as barrier seams, slab penetrations and perimeters. Nitra-Seal offers a substantial upgrade as it employs a more chemically resistant nitrile latex instead of the more susceptible SBR material. Nitrile is recognized throughout the environmental engineering industry as being more chemically resistant than rubber or SBR and is often used in personal protective equipment when working on hazardous waste sites (e.g. nitrile gloves).

Nitra-Seal is a composite system creating the ideal blend between constructability and chemical resistance by using both high density polyethylene (HDPE) and nitrile-advanced, spray-applied asphalt core.

 

Introducing a New Advanced Nitrile Composite Vapor Barrier System

Featured Project Snapshot: Townhome Residents Protected from Exposure to Vapors

 

Townhome Residents Protected from Exposure to Vapors

 

A townhome development in Greenville, South Carolina, implemented the MonoShield vapor barrier and TerraVent low-profile venting system to address low-level volatiles organic compounds, keeping future tenants safe from exposure. The environmental consultant required a turnkey installation for the barrier and venting system along with quality assurance/ quality control testing of the system. The consultant also evaluated a single-layer polyolefin sheet system that relies on taped seams and is not installed by a certified applicator or smoke tested. In comparing the approaches and costs of the two options, the MonoShield system was selected based on the time-efficient, certified installation in addition to its proven chemical resistance. The installation was completed across the 6,000 square feet foundation in less than two days at a low cost. The consultant, also a certified Land Science Inspector, provided an added layer of quality assurance and value to the developer by overseeing and documenting the installation process.

 

Townhome Residents Protected from Exposure to Vapors

 

 


Are You a Member of the AVIP? Join Today!

Land Science is pleased to be 2021/2022 Annual Platinum Sponsors for AVIP! The purpose of AVIP is to build a community of professionals dedicated to advancing the industry and providing a forum for informational exchange of knowledge and science related to Vapor Intrusion (VI); as well as establishing a central resource for technology, guidance, standards, credentialing and best practices for both those in the industry and those seeking VI related services.

 

Annual Platinum Sponsors for AVIP

 

Vapor Intrusion Training

 

At Land science, we know many environmental firms are investing time to focus on staff training to get up-to-date on new technologies and regulations. We have prepared a library of pre-recorded webinars available on our website at no charge. Topics include vapor intrusion regulations and mitigation. We will also provide certificates of attendance for any webinar viewed upon request by emailing marketing@regenesis.com.

 

Have a Vapor Intrusion Project? Get Started Today!

To receive a custom vapor intrusion solution, please call 949.481.8118 or visit landsciencetech.com/contact-us. One of our Technical Solutions Managers will review your project details and provide you with a customized vapor intrusion solution designed to achieve your site goals.

 

 

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May 2021 Land Science Newsletter

Suzi Rosen, PG, CHg, Principal and Technical Director for Partner Engineering & Science, Inc.

It’s not often Land Science® has the opportunity to work with a valued client whose background includes extensive experience with its parent company, REGENESIS. However, Suzi Rosen, PG, CHg, Principal and Technical Director for Partner Engineering & Science, Inc., is an exception. In addition to her experience in site assessment, remediation, and expert witness/litigation support at various consulting firms, Suzi also served with REGENESIS for 3 years as a Southwest District Technical Manager. She shares, “My experience at REGENESIS was very important in my career development, and together with my other experience, helped prepare me for my role with Partner. Currently, my day-to-day responsibilities include serving as a technical resource for projects throughout the country that require some type of regulatory agency interaction or remedial/mitigation action, as well as overseeing and managing projects.” Suzi Rosen, PG, CHg, Principal and Technical Director for Partner Engineering & Science, Inc.

Featured Case Study: TerraShield Protects Future Occupants from Harmful Vapor Intrusion

TerraShield Protects Future Occupants from Harmful Vapor Intrusion

A large automotive and supply company planned to build its new corporate headquarters on a 4.5-acre brownfield site recently acquired in Southfield, MI. Soil and groundwater sampling on the property revealed the presence of trichloroethylene (TCE) and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). TCE was also identified in soil gas beneath the site. Within the footprint of the planned building itself, contaminant concentrations were found to be in excess of applicable indoor air quality screening levels. The developer utilized brownfield funding from the local authority to conduct the necessary environmental remediation measures.

TerraShield Protects Future Occupants from Harmful Vapor Intrusion

Featured Project Snapshot: Leading Hotel Chain Moves Forward With Brownfield Site Construction Following Installation of Vapor Barrier System

Installation of Vapor Barrier System
The project site is a modern, climate-controlled self-storage facility that includes all-in-one moving, packing, and storage services for its customers. The building was developed on a former industrial brownfield at the site of a former factory. As part of Maryland’s Voluntary Cleanup Program, the environmental consultant completed a Phase II investigation, finding elevated chlorinated solvent contaminants in the soil gas. The Maryland Department of Environment required the installation of a vapor mitigation system over a portion of the building. However, in working with the consultant, it was ultimately determined that a vapor barrier spanning the entire building footprint would be necessary to protect the future building tenants fully. Based on chlorinated solvent concentrations, TerraShield® was specified to provide the highest level of chemical resistance and long-term barrier performance available on the market. The project required active venting and a site-specific design, leveraging Land Science’s vapor barrier design expertise. Additionally, the TerraShield vapor mitigation system included an extended material warranty to provide the project stakeholders added assurance that building occupants would be protected long into the future.
Installation of Vapor Barrier System

Superior Chemical Resistance Over Any Vapor Barrier on the Market Today

TerraShieldWhen developing properties on sites with known environmental impacts, one of the biggest issues is the risk to human health. Failure to address these issues can result in adverse health effects and millions of dollars in legal exposure. TerraShield was designed specifically to eliminate risk of exposure by employing innovative technologies to provide best-in-class chemical resistance and durability. Backed by a robust warranty and installed by Land Science-certified applicators, each TerraShield installation is rigorously tested to ensure the quality of every seal and ultimately the complete vapor barrier system installed.

TerraShield

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Land Science is pleased to be 2021/2022 Annual Platinum Sponsors for AVIP! The purpose of AVIP is to build a community of professionals dedicated to advancing the industry and providing a forum for informational exchange of knowledge and science related to Vapor Intrusion (VI); as well as establishing a central resource for technology, guidance, standards, credentialing and best practices for both those in the industry and those seeking VI related services. Annual Platinum Sponsors for AVIP

Vapor Intrusion Training

At Land science, we know many environmental firms are investing time to focus on staff training to get up-to-date on new technologies and regulations. We have prepared a library of pre-recorded webinars available on our website at no charge. Topics include vapor intrusion regulations and mitigation. We will also provide certificates of attendance for any webinar viewed upon request by emailing marketing@regenesis.com.

Have a Vapor Intrusion Project? Get Started Today!

To receive a custom vapor intrusion solution, please call 949.481.8118 or visit landsciencetech.com/contact-us. One of our Technical Solutions Managers will review your project details and provide you with a customized vapor intrusion solution designed to achieve your site goals.

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January 2021 Land Science Newsletter

Brad Parish, P.G., Senior Hydrogeologist with Apex Companies LLC

When it comes to working with Land Science, Brad Parish, P.G., Senior Hydrogeologist with Apex Companies LLC, is most impressed with the company’s involvement on product selection based on an array of project needs and budget parameters. He shares an example, “On a recent project, I asked Land Science to develop a repair sequence for a large vapor barrier and passive venting system that was fairly unique. Not only did they provide recommendations for a proper repair sequence, they actually developed the sequence for inclusion in our design for permitting by the local authority, providing significant savings to our client.”

Brad Parish, P.G., Senior Hydrogeologist with Apex Companies LLC

 

TerraShield Installed as Part of LSSU’s State-of-the-Art Center for Freshwater Research & Education

The Center for Freshwater Research and Education at Lake Superior State University (LSSU) in Michigan was undergoing a $14.5 million expansion to replace its successful aquatic research lab. Tri-Media Environmental & Engineering’s Maura Pliska, the environmental project manager working with LSSU, recommended TerraShield Aluminum Nitrile Vapor Barrier to ensure a safe and healthy environment for LSSU’s learning community. Balancing the concerns of cost, speed and effectiveness, TerraShield was chosen because it offers the highest level of chemical resistance of any vapor barrier on the market today, protecting against any possible level of vapor intrusion.

The TerraShield vapor mitigation system was installed at LSSU’s research center successfully. With TerraShield installed as part of the development, faculty, staff and students are assured of the highest available level of protection from vapor intrusion for years to come and the community benefits from a world class research center serving Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and beyond.

Superior Chemical Resistance Over Any Vapor Barrier On The Market Today

TerraShield is a significant step forward for vapor intrusion barriers. Employing an innovative metallized film technology in combination with a versatile spray-applied nitrile core, TerraShield provides superior chemical resistance over any existing vapor barrier currently on the market. It is the ideal vapor mitigation solution for residential, industrial, and commercial developments with volatile contaminant impacts that represent significant health hazards and economic liabilities.

Download the eBook to Learn More About Best-In-Class Contaminant Vapor Intrusion Protection

TerraShield is a significant step forward for vapor intrusion barriers. Employing an innovative metallized film technology in combination with a versatile spray-applied nitrile core, TerraShield provides superior chemical resistance over any existing vapor barrier currently on the market. It is the ideal vapor mitigation solution for residential, industrial, and commercial developments with volatile contaminant impacts that represent significant health hazards and economic liabilities. To learn more about the benefits of TerraShield, download the eBook.

Vapor Intrusion Webinar – Sign up today!

In this webinar we are pleased to have as a special guest speaker Tom Hatton, CEO of Clean Vapor LLC. His presentation will discuss subjective standards and the long-term liability of vapor intrusion. He will be joined by Jordan Knight, Central Region Manager of Land Science, who will share advanced vapor mitigation barrier technologies that can be incorporated into vapor mitigation system (VMS) designs to minimize the long-term liability that often comes with contaminated site redevelopment. This webinar starts Tues., January 19th, 2021 at 11am pacific/2pm eastern.

About the Presenters:


Tom Hatton
CEO, Clean Vapor LLC

Tom Hatton, CEO of Clean Vapor LLC, a highly sought-after speaker, consultant, and vapor mitigation system designer, pours over 30-years of knowledge and expertise into every project. You get the benefit of his unparalleled knowledge and insight into how environmental conditions and building dynamics lead to vapor intrusion. As a co-author and contributor to many state and national mitigation standards and guidance documents, Tom leads LSRPs, PEs, and building owners through the increasingly complex regulatory landscape on vapor intrusion projects.

 

 

Jordan Knight
Central Region Manager, Land Science

Jordan Knight is the Central Region Manager for Land Science. She provides technical support to engineering and consulting firms within her 22-state territory in the design and installation of vapor mitigation systems. Her role also includes educating the environmental community on advancements in vapor intrusion barrier technology, implementation, and quality control. Prior to joining Land Science, Jordan attended graduate school at Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

A new indoor sports training facility in Michigan includes two open-field playing areas, encompassing approximately 20,000 square feet. The facility was constructed near a former landfill, and a combination of soil gases act as potential vapor intrusion sources, including methane, petroleum hydrocarbons, and chlorinated solvents. The building’s foundation consists of caissons with grade beams in the areas spanning the waste material and trench footings along the edges. The engineering consultant, SME, compared the soil gas results to the listed screening levels to support the design of the vapor mitigation system. The project development team selected MonoShield® over a 20-mil, taped-seam vapor barrier due to its superior chemical resistance and quality control testing by a Land Science certified applicator, making the application more efficient and providing a high degree of confidence to the project stakeholders.
 

 

 

MonoShield is a chemically resistant and easy-to-apply barrier specifically designed as a preemptive solution for vapor intrusion at brownfield redevelopment sites. It is backed by unparalleled design support, standard industry warranty, and a network of certified applicators who can ensure quality installation. To learn why developers are increasingly turning to MonoShield for a fast and cost-effective preemptive vapor mitigation solution, download the brochure.

5 Reasons to Consider a Preemptive Vapor Barrier to Protect Your Property Investment

 

 
Historically, easily-punctured thin-mil plastic sheets or inflexible and difficult-to-seal High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Barriers were the only option for vapor mitigation at large warehouses or sites where regulatory requirements were not a driving risk factor. These solutions offered either chemical resistance or constructability, but not both. Composed of an innovative, metallized film, MonoShield sets the standard for preventing diffusion and permeation of chemical vapors. Its nitrile-based asphalt latex ensures a seal far more effective and easier to apply than tape-based or heat-welded systems. Download the ebook to learn more.

Get Started Today

To receive a custom vapor intrusion solution, please call 949.481.8118 or visit landsciencetech.com/contact-us. One of our Technical Solutions Managers will review your project details and provide you with a customized vapor intrusion solution designed to achieve your site goals.

 

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Land Science Sheds Light on How Office Worker Migration Trends Intensify Vapor Intrusion Concerns

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “new normal” for office workers post-COVID-19 is expected to look very different from today’s landscape, with leading experts projecting a move away from traditional high-rise offices toward new construction of low-rise industrial parks that enable continued social distancing. Land Science, a division of REGENESIS, is actively addressing the increased vapor intrusion risk resulting from the rising trend in new office park construction on brownfields and other environmentally distressed properties—in an aim to mitigate the long-term health risks these contaminants pose to workers.

COVID-19 is Driving a Trend Away from Traditional Office Workspaces
The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in a dramatic shift in workplace geography as workers moved from centralized office locations to home-based offices. Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom, a leading researcher studying the work-from-home trend, notes: “[An] incredible 42 percent of the U.S. labor force is now working from home full time.” Bloom also suggests that new office building construction will be altered post-COVID-19 based on an increased desire for social distancing. He states, “instead of building more office skyscrapers – which has been the dominant theme over the past 40 years – I predict that COVID-19 will dramatically shift the trend to industrial parks with low-rise buildings.”

The predicted shift to new office spaces at former industrial parks matches established construction trends in the residential and mixed-use building sectors. Due to inexpensive land, tax credits and other incentives, redevelopment of these former brownfields into living and retail space has been robust during the past decade.

Increase in Risks to Exposure of Potential Toxic Chemical Vapors
This office worker migration trend will result in a significant increased risk for worker exposure to potentially toxic chemical vapors left behind from past industrial activity. Chemical vapors are formed when substances containing chlorinated solvents, petroleum hydrocarbons or other volatile compounds commonly used in industry are spilled or improperly disposed of. Over time, these chemicals migrate through soil, contaminating groundwater and forming chemical vapor plumes.

Building occupants might be at risk of exposure to indoor air containing these vapors if a building is constructed within a contaminant vapor plume footprint. Inhalation of chemical vapors is often hazardous to human health, even at indoor air concentrations not detected by smell.

Effective Contaminant Vapor Barriers Address Risk
Land Science’s vapor intrusion mitigation systems incorporate the latest technological advances to offer the highest chemical protection available. These advanced systems comprise patented, state-of-the-art materials, including metalized films and nitrile-modified asphalt sealants that offer up to one-hundred times more chemical protection than other vapor intrusion mitigation systems like plastic sheets with taped seams and spray-applied waterproofing “boots.”

While offering the highest level of protection against vapor intrusion, these systems are often easier and faster to install and are priced competitively. Brownfield property developers are rapidly increasing the incorporation of these systems into their building plans as a means to address any potential vapor intrusion risk, known or unknown, and to ensure development stays on schedule.

Preemptive Installation May Be Less Expensive Than Investigation and Monitoring
A vapor mitigation system’s cost is insignificant relative to a new building project, and Land Science’s certified applicators can install these advanced systems quickly without delaying construction.

Comparative cost analyses have shown that it is often less expensive to proactively install a contaminant vapor barrier rather than investigate and monitor whether it is needed. Once installed, these vapor mitigation systems provide a high level of assurance for personal safety. According to the U.S. EPA’s Brownfields Technology Primer: “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.”

ABOUT REGENESIS and LAND SCIENCE: Founded in 1994, REGENESIS is an expert provider of in situ soil, groundwater, and vapor intrusion remediation products and services. Land Science, a division of REGENESIS, offers a full line of vapor intrusion mitigation technologies and is the safe and effective choice for leading engineering, construction, and environmental consulting firms serving a broad range of clients, including developers, insurance companies, manufacturers, municipalities, regulatory agencies, and federal, state and local governments.

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Mike Schultz, P.E., Partner and Principal Engineer with SKA Consulting, L.P.

December 2020 Land Science Newsletter

Mike Schultz, P.E., Partner and Principal Engineer with SKA Consulting, L.P.

Mike Schultz, Principal Engineer with SKA Consulting, L.P. has a 16-year track record of success with SKA, and an environmental remediation career that spans more than 30 years. Schultz continues to be driven by the gratification that comes from seeing first-hand how effective teamwork and environmental technology can work together to provide posittive impacts on our environment. He shares, “As a firm, SKA brings together environmental and regulatory strategies to achieve unique solutions for our clients, and we want to be part of solving problems in a client’s plan for a project.” Learn more in our client spotlight.

Mike Schultz, P.E., Partner and Principal Engineer with SKA Consulting, L.P.

Terrashield Chosen for Electrical Substation as Safest Most Cost Effective Vapor Barrier Solution

In Sacramento, CA, Roebbelen Contracting Inc. was engaged by their client to build an electrical substation in the downtown area. Due to extensive industrial use at the site historically, heavy subsurface contamination posed a significant vapor intrusion risk. As a result, the development was in need of an effective vapor mitigation system as part of the construction project. The environmental consultant at the site recommended TerraShield from Land Science. TerraShield offers the highest level of chemical resistance because of its nitrile asphalt latex spray-applied core and metalized film, providing the highest level of protection from contaminant vapors available on the market today.

 

Superior Chemical Resistance Over Any Vapor Barrier On The Market Today

TerraShield is a significant step forward for vapor intrusion barriers. Employing an innovative dual-metallized film technology in combination with a versatile spray-applied nitrile core, TerraShield provides superior chemical resistance over any existing vapor barrier currently on the market. It is the ideal vapor mitigation solution for residential, industrial, and commercial developments with volatile contaminant impacts that represent significant health hazards and economic liabilities.

 

Download the eBook to Learn More About Best-In-Class Contaminant Vapor Intrusion Protection

TerraShield is a significant step forward for vapor intrusion barriers. Employing an innovative dual-metallized film technology in combination with a versatile spray-applied nitrile core, TerraShield provides superior chemical resistance over any existing vapor barrier currently on the market. It is the ideal vapor mitigation solution for residential, industrial, and commercial developments with volatile contaminant impacts that represent significant health hazards and economic liabilities. To learn more about the benefits of TerraShield, download the eBook.

Vapor Intrusion Solutions in the News!



The new lineup of vapor intrusion mitigation technologies from Land Science is making waves throughout the environmental industry. The use of nitrile-advanced latex and metallized films is providing the most protection available to the industry. As a result, these cutting edge vapor mitigation tools are creating buzz in the news. A new article by Hieu Nguyen discusses how these new technologies greatly improve safety when applied using vapor barrier installation best practices.

 

More Land Science in the News:


The Past, Present and Future of Vapor Intrusion Barriers

Read article here

 

 

REGENESIS Expands U.S. Manufacturing and Distribution Operations with New Facility in Tennessee

Read article here

 

 

REGENESIS Announces Full-Suite of Innovative, Chemically Resistant Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Barriers; Retiring Geo-Seal From Its Line

Read article here

 

 

The Science Behind the Number One Contaminant Vapour Barrier System

Read article here

A former brownfield site in northeastern New Jersey was targeted for redevelopment. The past industrial activities resulted in chlorinated solvent and petroleum hydrocarbon releases into the subsurface, resulting in persistent, low-level soil gas vapors that would need to be addressed in order to move forward with the multi-family residence construction. The engineering consultant recommended installing a vapor mitigation system (VMS) to the development team to ensure safe indoor air for future residents. To keep pace with this fast-moving development project, the team chose Nitra-Seal® which incorporates a spray-applied nitrile-advanced asphalt latex creating an effective seal around the footings and utility penetrations while maintaining installation efficiency.

 

Nitra-Seal Incorporates a Nitrile-Modified Spray Applied Core for Greater Contamiant Vapor Protection

 

Nitra-Seal® is a new advanced nitrile composite barrier system. It represents an update/improvement on current vapor barrier systems. An acknowledged weakness in these systems is in the penetration and perimeter termination locations, where spray-applied core material composed of Styrene-Butadiene Rubber (SBR) latex/asphalt is used. Nitra-Seal offers a substantial upgrade as it employs a more chemically resistant nitrile latex instead of the more susceptible SBR latex. Nitra-Seal is a composite system creating the ideal blend between constructability and chemical resistance by using both high density polyethylene (HDPE) and nitrile-advanced, spray-applied asphalt core. Learn more and download the product brochure below.

 

Download Brochure: Nitra-Seal Advanced Vapor Barrier

Nitra-Seal employs a chemically resistant nitrile latex. Nitrile is recognized throughout the environmental engineering industry as being chemically resistant and is often used in personal protective equipment when working on hazardous waste sites (e.g. nitrile gloves). Laboratory testing has shown up to 10X higher chemical resistance when compared to any other vapor barrier material on the market. Download the brochure to learn more about Nitra-Seal.
 

The Science Behind Vapor Barriers Offering the Highest Level of Chemical Resistance

Land Science offers the most advanced technologies designed to mitigate vapor intrusion. The use of nitrile-advanced latex and metallized films are providing the most protection available to the industry. TerraShield, MonoShield, and Nitra-Seal deliver best-in-class results, including a higher level of chemical resistance and superior constructability. Environmental professionals are also now turning to MonoShield, a new preemptive vapor barrier at large warehouses and brownfield redevelopment sites.

Get Started Today

To receive a custom vapor intrusion solution, please call 949.481.8118 or visit landsciencetech.com/contact-us. One of our Technical Solutions Managers will review your project details and provide you with a customized vapor intrusion solution designed to achieve your site goals.

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November 2020 Land Science Newsletter

Mario Sternad, Senior Engineer with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.

Mario Sternad, Senior Engineer with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., draws immense satisfaction from providing effective solutions to address contaminants in our ever-changing environment. His responsibilities include in-situ cleanup technologies for soil vapor, soil, and groundwater, as well as vapor intrusion and vapor barrier design. He shares, “I prepare RIFS, RAPs and WPs for soil and groundwater remediation of VOCs, chlorinated solvents, hydrocarbons, petroleum, metals, and pesticides.” In addition, Sternad acts as a Stantec design lead and advisor during field work and construction, system and process development, and equipment design.

 

Mario Sternad, Senior Engineer with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.

Vapors Effectively Mitigated in Houston Arts District

Sawyer Yards is an apartment community located in Houston’s vibrant Arts District neighborhood. Chlorinated solvents were detected in soil gas, posing a potential vapor intrusion risk to future residents. The original vapor mitigation system (VMS) specification called for a single layer barrier with taped seams. However, the building’s foundation contained many utility penetrations and terminations, requiring numerous taped seams. These taped seams significantly reduce application efficiency and ultimately result in potential barrier weak points. In contrast, MonoShield® incorporates a spray-applied nitrile-advanced asphalt latex, offering superior application efficiency with unmatched chemical resistance.
Vapors Effectively Mitigated in Houston Arts District

 

Why Smart Developers are Choosing MonoShield

MonoShield is a chemically resistant and easy-to-apply barrier specifically designed as a preemptive solution for vapor intrusion at brownfield redevelopment sites. It is backed by unparalleled design support, standard industry warranty, and a network of certified applicators who can ensure quality installation. To learn why developers are increasingly turning to MonoShield for a fast and cost-effective preemptive vapor mitigation solution, download the brochure.
Why Smart Developers are Choosing MonoShield

 

5 Reasons to Consider a Preemptive Vapor Barrier to Protect Your Property Investment

 5 Reasons to Consider a Preemptive Vapor Barrier to Protect Your Property Investment

Historically, easily-punctured thin-mil plastic sheets or inflexible and difficult-to-seal High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Barriers were the only option for vapor mitigation at large warehouses or sites where regulatory requirements were not a driving risk factor. These solutions offered either chemical resistance or constructability, but not both. Composed of an innovative, metallized-film, MonoShield sets the standard for preventing diffusion and permeation of chemical vapors. Its nitrile-based asphalt latex ensures a seal far more effective and easier to apply than tape-based or heat-welded systems. Download the ebook to learn more.

 5 Reasons to Consider a Preemptive Vapor Barrier to Protect Your Property Investment

A Growing Manufacturing Company Brings New Jobs to Lansing Area Following Retro-Coat Treatment

A growing manufacturer looking to expand its operations purchased a vacant industrial facility in Lansing, Michigan, where chlorinated solvents were used and spilled into the subsurface. The environmental consultant was asked to address the suspected vapor intrusion concerns resulting from the former industrial operations. In working with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy (EGLE), the consultant proposed utilizing the Retro-Coat® Vapor Intrusion Coating System, in combination with passive venting, to ensure safe indoor air for the future workers.
A Growing Manufacturing Company Brings New Jobs to Lansing Area Following Retro-Coat Treatment

 

 

eBook Providing 10 Reasons to Consider Retro-Coat to Protect Your Property Investment

 eBook Providing 10 Reasons to Consider Retro-Coat to Protect Your Property Investment

 eBook Providing 10 Reasons to Consider Retro-Coat to Protect Your Property InvestmentVapor intrusion occurs when there is migration of vapor-forming chemicals from any subsurface contaminant source into an overlying building. When vapor intrusion is detected, it becomes necessary to design a solution to mitigate the problem. Retro-Coat™, a chemically resistant coating designed to resist aggressive chemical vapors, is a cost-effective technology with many advantages over alternative options for existing structures and has been gaining popularity and acceptance as an effective vapor intrusion mitigation strategy. To learn more about the benefits of Retro-Coat, download the eBook.
 eBook Providing 10 Reasons to Consider Retro-Coat to Protect Your Property Investment

Vapor Intrusion Solutions in the News!


The new lineup of vapor intrusion mitigation technologies from Land Science is making waves throughout the environmental industry. The use of nitrile-advanced latex and metallized films is providing the most protection available to the industry. TerraShield, MonoShield, and Nitra-Seal are delivering best-in-class results, including a higher level of chemical resistance and superior constructability. And environmental professionals are increasingly turning to MonoShield as a new preemptive vapor risk mitigation solution at large warehouses and brownfield redevelopment sites. As a result, these new products are creating buzz in the news. of environmental remediation and vapor intrusion mitigation.

 

Land Science in the News:


 

  The Past, Present and Future of Vapor Intrusion Barriers Read article here

 

REGENESIS Expands U.S. Manufacturing and Distribution Operations with New Facility in Tennessee Read article here

 

 

REGENESIS Announces Full-Suite of Innovative, Chemically Resistant Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Barriers; Retiring Geo-Seal From Its Line Read article here

 

 

The Science Behind the Number One Contaminant Vapour Barrier System Read article here

Get Started Today

To receive a custom vapor intrusion solution, please call 949.481.8118 or visit landsciencetech.com/contact-us. One of our Technical Solutions Managers will review your project details and provide you with a customized vapor intrusion solution designed to achieve your site goals.

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October 2020 Land Science Newsletter

Paul French, Senior Project Manager/Hydrogeologist with Envirologic Technologies, Inc.

With a career in environmental remediation that spans nearly 35 years, Paul French, Senior Project Manager/Hydrogeologist with Envirologic Technologies, Inc., has seen first-hand how the industry has evolved from an emphasis on groundwater and cleanup to a vapor intrusion focus. As a 28-year veteran with Envirologic, French finds himself utilizing much of today’s evolving technology as he fulfills a role as the company’s in-house specialist for vapor intrusion, which includes responsibilities involving the design, installation, and operation of vapor mitigation systems for Envirologic and its clients. Read more in our client spotlight.

 

Paul French, Senior Project Manager/Hydrogeologist with Envirologic Technologies, Inc.

TerraShield Protects Future Occupants from Harmful Vapor Intrusion Making Way for Development of Auto Manufacturer’s HQ

A large automotive and supply company planned to build its new corporate headquarters on a 4.5-acre brownfield site recently acquired in Southfield, MI. Soil and groundwater sampling on the property revealed the presence of trichloroethylene (TCE) and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). TCE was also identified in soil gas beneath the site. Within the footprint of the planned building itself, contaminant concentrations were found to be in excess of applicable indoor air quality screening levels. Recognizing the unique characteristics of the site as well as the significant levels of contamination present, Envirologic centered their vapor mitigation strategy on the installation of TerraShield Aluminum Nitrile Vapor Barrier with fan-assisted sub-slab ventilation.

 

 

TerraShield Provides the Highest Level of Protection Against Contaminant Vapor Intrusion

When developing properties on sites with known environmental impacts, one of the biggest issues is the risk to human health. Failure to address these issues can result in adverse health effects and millions of dollars in legal exposure. TerraShield was designed specifically to eliminate risk of exposure by employing innovative technologies to provide best-in-class chemical resistance and durability. TerraShield offers a higher level of protection compared to any vapor barrier system available today. With industry- leading standards for installation along with robust warranty options, there is simply no better option on the market for industrial, commercial, or residential vapor intrusion mitigation. Watch the video to learn more about TerraShield.

Superior Chemical Resistance Over Any Vapor Barrier On The Market Today

TerraShield is a significant step forward for vapor intrusion barriers. Employing an innovative dual-metallized film technology in combination with a versatile spray-applied nitrile core, TerraShield provides superior chemical resistance over any existing vapor barrier currently on the market. It is the ideal vapor mitigation solution for residential, industrial, and commercial developments with volatile contaminant impacts that represent significant health hazards and economic liabilities.

Nitra-Seal Applied as Preemptive Vapor Mitigation Solution for National Restaurant Chain

National quick-service restaurant chains are looking for creative, efficient, and cost-effective ways to redevelop brownfield properties. This project development site is a newly opened quick-service restaurant in Conyers, Georgia. Offsite chemical spills from historical operations had resulted in low-level volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released to the subsurface, creating a potential for vapors to intrude into new buildings constructed in the affected area. Recognizing the risk and placing emphasis on future workers’ safety, the forward-thinking client decided that a preemptive measure be instituted, requiring the installation of a vapor mitigation system as part of the construction specification.

A Proven Vapor Barrier System Now Improved With Nitrile

Nitra-Seal® is a new advanced nitrile composite barrier system. It represents an update/improvement on current vapor barrier systems. An acknowledged weakness in these systems is in the penetration and perimeter termination locations, where spray-applied core material composed of Styrene-Butadiene Rubber (SBR) latex/asphalt is used. Nitra-Seal offers a substantial upgrade as it employs a more chemically resistant nitrile latex instead of the more susceptible SBR latex. Nitra-Seal is a composite system creating the ideal blend between constructability and chemical resistance by using both high density polyethylene (HDPE) and nitrile-advanced, spray-applied asphalt core. Learn more and download the product brochure below.

Download Brochure: Nitra-Seal Advanced Vapor Barrier


Nitra-Seal employs a chemically resistant nitrile latex. Nitrile is recognized throughout the environmental engineering industry as being chemically resistant and is often used in personal protective equipment when working on hazardous waste sites (e.g. nitrile gloves). Laboratory testing has shown up to 10X higher chemical resistance when compared to any other vapor barrier material on the market. Download the brochure to learn more about Nitra-Seal.

Vapor Intrusion Webinar – Recording now available!

In this webinar we are pleased to have a special presentation by Scott Wilson, President & CEO of REGENESIS and Land Science, and Ryan Miller, East Region Manager for Land Science. They discussed the evolution of vapor barrier technology, as well as best practices for successful vapor barrier implementation.

About the Presenters:


Scott Wilson
President & CEO, REGENESIS and Land Science

Scott Wilson has extensive experience in the development and application of advanced technologies for groundwater and soil restoration and vapor intrusion mitigation. He is a widely published expert with over 30 years’ experience designing, installing and operating a broad range of remediation technologies. Mr. Wilson has expertise in project management and has directed the successful completion of large industrial remediation programs under State and Federal regulatory frameworks. At REGENESIS, on specific projects, he plays an active role in technical oversight and program management to ensure conformance with customer expectations. Mr. Wilson received a M.S. from the University of Texas at El Paso, a B.A. from the University of San Diego and an M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.Superfund sites.

Ryan Miller
East Region Manager, Land Science

Ryan Miller is the East Region Manager for Land Science®, a division of REGENESIS, Inc. Ryan’s role includes providing technical support in the design and installation of TerraShield, Nitra-Seal, MonoShield, Geo-Seal and Retro-Coat vapor mitigation systems, and educating the environmental community on advancements in vapor intrusion barrier technology, implementation, and quality control. Ryan has extensive experience in the environmental consulting industry, most recently working on brownfield redevelopment projects and specializing in vapor intrusion mitigation. Ryan earned a MBA from Montclair State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies from Siena College.

Visit Us at These Virtual Events!


REGENESIS and Land Science will be exhibiting and presenting at the upcoming AEHS 36th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy – A VIRTUAL CONFERENCE on October 19-23, 2020. Proud to be a major sponsor and feature three session moderators, we look forward to connecting with some of the best in the industry to help advance the science of environmental remediation and vapor intrusion mitigation.

Land Science at AEHS:



Ryan Miller
East Region Manager, Land Science

PRESENTER – Vapor Barrier Technology Incorporating Aluminum Film and Nitrile-Modified Asphalt Core Reduces Installation Time by 40%


We are excited to announce that REGENESIS and Land Science will be exhibiting at and sponsoring NEBC’s Northwest Remediation Conference, a virtual event that is at the forefront of the region’s cleanup and property development industry. As a Gold Sponsor and Exhibitor, we look forward to connecting with environmental professionals to discuss the most protective vapor intrusion mitigation technologies available on the market today.

Get Started Today

To receive a custom vapor intrusion solution, please call 949.481.8118 or visit landsciencetech.com/contact-us. One of our Technical Solutions Managers will review your project details and provide you with a customized vapor intrusion solution designed to achieve your site goals.

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