California issues draft guidance for vapor intrusion to indoor air

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California environmental agencies recently issued a draft vapor intrusion guidance document that will significantly impact the investigation and remediation of environmentally impacted properties by owners, operators and potential buyers.

The guidance document will also impact real estate deals and development involving those properties.

The California State Water Resources Control Board, San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board and California Department of Toxic Substances Control released their “Draft Supplemental Guidance: Screening and Evaluating Vapor Intrusion” for public comment on Feb. 14.

Originally published in Thomson Reuters/Westlaw on May 7, 2020.

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