The ultimate goal of any vapor intrusion mitigation system (VIMS) is to successfully remove contaminants and its eventual decommissioning. For this to happen, documentation showing contamination reduction and proper monitoring must be provided.
After your system has been appropriately balanced and completed with gauges and alarm panels, your custom Operations & Monitoring plan can begin. Clean Vapor’s O&M plans include an inspection and maintenance schedule that complies with your state’s regulations and quarterly reports that track the depletion of soil contaminants.
Part of the attraction of multi-family residential living is the idea of no more maintenance, but unhealthy radon levels can still creep in and have been found in both ground-level units and those on the upper floors of low-rise buildings. Property owners, management companies, and community associations may have tenants who are unknowingly exposed to concentrated radon levels. Clean Vapor has been installing radon mitigation systems in multi-family and commercial buildings since the 1980s. CEO Tom Hatton, serving as a committee member, helped author state and national standards, which includes the AARST/ANSI Mitigation Standards for multi-family buildings.