Vapor Intrusion occurs when vapor-forming chemicals such as; volatile organic compounds (VOCs) migrate from any subsurface, such as contaminated soil or water, into an overlying building.

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Description

Vapor Intrusion occurs when vapor-forming chemicals such as; volatile organic compounds (VOCs) migrate from any subsurface, such as contaminated soil or water, into an overlying building. The vapors can enter the building through small cracks in the foundation, sewers, drain lines, and any other small opening. OTO has decades of experience handling issues with Vapor Intrusion.

Once Vapor Intrusion is detected in a building, OTO will begin sampling the air in the building, soil, groundwater, and soil gas to begin the process of finding a remediation technique that is unique to that specific project. Further testing is done after the implementation of the remediation technique to assess the success of the project. OTO will use its over 25 years of experience to find the right technique for that specific project to make sure the air quality meets regulation requirements.