Land Science is pleased to present a webinar with vapor intrusion experts Dr. Blayne Hartman of Hartman Environmental Geoscience and Dr. Mark Kram of Groundswell Technologies. During this webinar presentation, they discuss updates regarding vapor intrusion pathway issues, including regulatory updates and the use of vapor intrusion continuous monitoring technology. They are joined by Tom Szocinski, CEP, Director of Vapor Intrusion at Land Science, who discusses technologies to mitigate vapor intrusion.
Learn the following in this free webinar:
- Current VI Pathway Issues, Including:
- Status of Short Term Exposures to TCE
- Regulatory Default Soil Gas Attenuation Factors
- Dynamics Rules
- Chasing Sewers
- VI Indicators and Surrogates
- Return of the J&E Model
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About the Presenters:
Blayne Hartman, PhD
President, Hartman Environmental Geoscience
Dr. Hartman is a nationally recognized expert on soil vapor sampling, soil vapor analysis, and vapor intrusion. He has provided training on soil gas methods and vapor intrusion to state regulatory agencies in over 30 states. His organization, Hartman Environmental Geoscience, provides vapor intrusion, soil gas and analytical expertise and specializes in VI and soil gas training, real-time continuous monitoring of TCE & other VOCs in indoor air, and vapor intrusion regulatory guidance.
Mark Kram, PhD Founder and CTO, Groundswell Technologies Dr. Mark Kram is the Founder and CTO for Groundswell Technologies, Inc., a group specializing in automated Cloud based monitoring and modeling of environmental sensor and analytical instrumentation networks. Dr. Kram earned his Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Management from the University of California at Santa Barbara, an M.S. degree in Geology from San Diego State University, and his B.S. degree in Chemistry from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He has over 30 years of experience using innovative environmental assessment techniques, has authored articles, national standards and book chapters on the subject, and has taught graduate level courses on related topics. Dr. Kram is the recipient of the NGWA’s prestigious Technology Award, and received the 2014 ASTM Committee D18 Technical Editors Award.
Tom Szocinski, CEP Director of Vapor Intrusion, Land Science Tom Szocinski is the Director of Vapor Intrusion of the Land Science division of REGENESIS, Inc. In his role, Tom provides executive leadership, market strategy and sales support, while further strengthening relationships with state and federal regulators, applicators and environmental consultants. Tom is a nationally recognized vapor intrusion expert with over 14 years’ experience as an environmental scientist, focusing on vapor intrusion assessment and mitigation, remediation, site assessment, and Brownfield site management. He has served on both state and federal regulatory vapor intrusion review boards, assisting with development of vapor intrusion and mitigation guidance, regulations, and exposure criteria. He has designed and implemented numerous nationally recognized and award winning vapor mitigation systems across the United States for both private and government sites. Tom earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Tom enjoys the outdoors from hunting and fishing, to hiking and camping with his wife and children.