"Mitigation Of Vapor Intrusion By Chlorinated Solvents Using Bioremediation Products At A Site In York, Pa: A Case Study" - Presented an AEHS 2020
A Paper was presented in the poster session of 36th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy (VIRTUAL), October 19 - 23, 2020. The paper is the first study on Enhanced Aerobic Bioremediation using VaporRemed to mitigate vapor intrusion at a site in Pennsylvania with a known history of contamination by dry cleaning chemicals. The results showed VaporRemed was effective in reducing indoor air levels to values accepted by the PA DEP. The two year study consisted on bioremediation of contaminated soil, sub-slab contamination and near source sub-soil contaminations.