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Marc Policastro Authors Q&A On Suspected Contamination Sites And The Necessity To Test Indoor Air Quality

In New Jersey, where a commercial site has known or suspected contamination, is it always necessary to test indoor air quality?

November, 2010, New Jersey Tech News - No. Developers in New Jersey are resigned to the fact that development in this region will frequently require careful maneuvering through the State’s maze of environmental regulations. New Jersey has some of the most strict cleanup standards in the nation. From the State’s perspective, vapor intrusion has been pushed to the forefront of remediation checklists. Nonetheless, an approach has been developed to address indoor air sampling that impacts both practical and scientific viewpoints. From a scientific perspective, the State seeks to minimize or eliminate “potential exposure pathways” which may flow from existing contamination, e.g., groundwater or soil contamination. View PDF

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