The primary objective of a Vapor Intrusion Mitigation System (VIMS) in Atlanta, GA, is the effective removal of contaminants and their eventual decommissioning. Achieving this requires comprehensive documentation that demonstrates contamination reduction and consistent monitoring.
Once your Atlanta-based system is finely tuned and equipped with gauges and alarm panels, we can initiate your tailored Operations and Monitoring (O&M) plan. Clean Vapor’s O&M plans for Atlanta include regular inspections and maintenance schedules that adhere to Georgia’s regulatory standards, along with quarterly reports that monitor the reduction of soil contaminants in your specific area.
The appeal of multi-family residential living in Atlanta, GA, often lies in the reduced maintenance requirements, but this doesn’t eliminate the risk of unhealthy radon levels, which can infiltrate both ground-level and upper-floor units in low-rise buildings. Property owners, management companies, and community associations in Atlanta may have tenants unknowingly exposed to high radon levels. Clean Vapor has a long-standing history of installing radon mitigation systems in multi-family and commercial buildings throughout Atlanta since the 1980s. Our CEO, Tom Hatton, a key member of state and national committees, has contributed to authoring the AARST/ANSI Mitigation Standards, particularly focusing on the requirements for multi-family buildings in areas like Atlanta.