Join us at the 2023 AVIP VI Conference - November 5-8, 2023 in New Orleans, LA - AGENDA


If you have issues booking, we have a direct reservation assistance from 9-5 Monday through Friday, at 504-586-0300—press zero for the operator and asked to be directed to in-house reservations. You can also to reach out to them via email at [email protected]. If you have any issues after the above, please email [email protected].     Thank you

 We would like to thank those that attended AVIP’s 1st Annual Vapor Intrusion Conference! The goal for VI professionals to meet and collaborate was certainly met. It was an overwhelming success, and we hope you enjoyed the experience. 

A BIG thank you to all our sponsors and exhibitors.  Your support is greatly appreciated.

Please check out our events page for more information on upcoming events and our 2023 AVIP VI Conference coming up November 5th - 8th this year.

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  • Discount on All Training
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What Is Vapor Intrusion?

Vapor intrusion occurs when there is a migration of vapor-forming chemicals from any subsurface source into an overlying building. Recognition of soil vapor intrusion to buildings and other enclosed spaces occurred in the 1980s with concerns over radon intrusion. Subsequently, there was an increasing awareness that anthropogenic chemicals (e.g., petroleum hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents) in soil, groundwater, and sewers and drainlines could also pose threats to indoor air quality via the vapor intrusion pathway.

Vapor-forming chemicals may include:

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