Former manufacturing properties, contaminated from previous use, are now being redeveloped for senior living, multi-family housing, and even schools due to the low cost of land acquisition. Vapor intrusion, including radon, poses a real risk to the occupants in these buildings. Clean Vapor has helped craft national codes and standards for vapor intrusion mitigation systems. Our thirty-years of innovation have resulted in energy-efficient systems that provide remote monitoring and management, limited owner liability, and earned us an Advancement of Science and Technology Award.
Clean Vapor has designed and installed radon and vapor intrusion mitigation systems for numerous Multi-Family homes and Senior Living facilities across the United States.
Clean Vapor personnel are active contributors to AVIP and ANSI/AARST mitigation standards.
Clean Vapor has designed passive and active radon and vapor intrusion mitigation systems for dozens of schools and universities.
Clean Vapor personnel have also contributed to AVIP and ANSI/AARST large building and school mitigation standards.
Clean Vapor has mitigated Medical & Extended Care facilities by designing and installing vapor intrusion systems, including the site of a former Tool & Dye facility with extensive chlorinated solvent impacts.