The primary aim of a Vapor Intrusion Mitigation System (VIMS) in Nashville, TN, is to effectively eliminate contaminants and prepare for its eventual decommissioning. This requires detailed documentation that evidences the reduction of contamination and ongoing monitoring.
Once your system in Nashville is precisely balanced and outfitted with gauges and alarm panels, we can initiate your personalized Operations & Monitoring (O&M) plan. Clean Vapor’s O&M plans for Nashville encompass a maintenance and inspection schedule tailored to Tennessee’s regulations, along with quarterly reports that monitor and document the reduction of soil contaminants in your area.
One of the draws of multi-family residential living in Nashville, TN, is the reduced need for maintenance, yet the risk of unhealthy radon levels remains. These levels can infiltrate both ground-floor and upper-level units in low-rise buildings across Nashville. Property owners, management companies, and community associations in Nashville might be unaware of their tenants being exposed to high radon levels. Clean Vapor has a long history, dating back to the 1980s, of installing radon mitigation systems in multi-family and commercial buildings in Nashville. Tom Hatton, Clean Vapor CEO and committee member, has played a pivotal role in formulating both state and national standards, including the AARST/ANSI Mitigation Standards.