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.

Stay tuned for notifications regarding:

  • Presentations - they will be uploaded to the website, as authorization is received from speakers (for member access only).

  • A list of event attendees will be added to the AVIP website (members access only)

  • Certificates and a link to the schedule for professional credits will be provided.

  • Photos from the conference will be added to the AVIP website and Facebook page

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  • Increased Visibility in the Industry 
  • Searchable Profile - "Find a Professional"
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  • VI Community 
  • Access to updated Regulations and Standards 
  • State and Local Government Contact Information for VI
  • Training
  • Certification
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  • Discount on AVIP Conferences
  • Discount on All Training
  • Networking Events
  • Member Events
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  • Sign up for Alerts
  • Use of the Approved AVIP Logo Badge for Members and Sponsors
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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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