Land Science was pleased to present a webinar with vapor intrusion expert, Jim Fineis P.G., President and Owner of Total Vapor Solutions. During this webinar presentation, Mr. Fineis discussed tools and tricks to solve non-traditional vapor intrusion issues. He was joined by Aimee Plowman, Southeast District Manager for Land Science, who discussed advanced vapor mitigation barrier technologies from Land Science.
Learn the following in this free webinar:
- When traditional vapor intrusion investigations can not solve more complex or unusual vapor intrusion problems
- Various tools, sampling methods, and field equipment that can help solve these challenges
- A look at several projects that required Total Vapor Solutions to think outside the box
- Advanced vapor mitigation barrier technologies from Land Science
To view the this free webinar, please complete the form on this page.
About the Presenters:
Jim Fineis P.G. President and Owner, Total Vapor Solutions Jim Fineis P.G. is President and owner of Total Vapor Solutions and a founding member of the Association of Vapor Intrusion Professionals (AVIP). Total Vapor Solutions provides a full range of services dealing with vapor intrusion sites. Services include work plan development, sample collection, risk analysis, and mitigation consulting services. In addition, providing all of these services, Mr. Fineis is an instructor in Hartman Geoscience’s “Practical Guide to Vapor Intrusion" two-day course. The training has been given to over 20 regulatory agencies and over 500 students. Additionally, Mr. Fineis speaks at various vapor intrusion conferences each year. Recent projects have taken him to 3 countries and over 30 states.
Aimee Plowman Southeast District Manager, Land Science Aimee Plowman is the Southeast District Manager of the Land Science division of REGENESIS, Inc., and is based in Atlanta, Georgia. Aimee’s role includes providing technical support in the design and installation of TerraShield, Nitra-Seal, MonoShield and Retro-Coat vapor mitigation systems, and educating the environmental community on the advancements in vapor intrusion barrier technology, implementation, and quality control by making presentations to environmental firms, regulatory agencies, and developers. Aimee received a Master of Science in Geology and a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma.