The Entech Group Inc., a leading energy, engineering and environmental services company in NJ, says the new vapor intrusion guidelines released by the DEP will impact property owners in very different ways.
According to the environmental services company, the changes to Vapor Intrusion Screen Levels include an increase in the Groundwater Screening Levels for PCE, which will mean that many sites impacted by this compound may no longer have to take corrective action.
On the other hand, the new guidelines for some volatile organic compounds have decreased by several orders of magnitude, which means sites like gas stations and auto shops may now be required to address vapor intrusion issues.
Those that need help understanding the DEP’s new regulations and determining if they need to take action should work with an environmental services company in NJ. The Entech Group, Inc., has twenty years of experience in the environmental industry servicing clients in the commercial, industrial and governmental sector.
Entech’s experienced environmental services team in NJ is comprised of certified engineers, environmental scientists, OSHA certified and trained construction personnel and knowledgeable technicians.
Entech is a full service provider of environmental services in NJ offering turn-key, single source professional services including site remediation, investigation, litigation and more.
Questions about the new vapor intrusion guidelines can be addressed to The Entech Group by calling 800-571-8661.