California Eyes Plan To Adopt Stricter Vapor Intrusion Policies Than EPA

May 21, 2020
California regulators are advancing a controversial draft guidance for screening and evaluating vapor intrusion as part of property assessment and cleanup, a measure that seeks to impose stricter requirements than EPA and other states have adopted to address the harmful exposure pathway, increasing potential liability for developers. “States across the country have various vapor intrusion regulations and guidance, but California has always been the most aggressive in regulating and managing the risks of contaminant vapor inhalation,” states an April 7...

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