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When soil or groundwater is contaminated, potentially hazardous vapors may migrate into buildings. These volatile organic or inorganic compounds (or both) can potentially impact indoor air quality.

We provide guidance to help you investigate vapor intrusion concerns at your cleanup site and determine what to do about it. We've also linked to an important update, the 2015 changes in toxicity values and screening levels. You'll find links to Environmental Protection Agency guidance, too. 
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This figure shows volatile chemicals migrating from contaminated soil and groundwater plumes into buildings. Chemicals are entering through cracks in the foundation and openings for utility lines. Atmospheric conditions and building ventilation are influencing vapor intrusion. Source: Environmental Protection Agency's vapor intrusion webpage, accessed October 2017.

What’s vapor intrusion?

Vapors from volatile organic compounds or inorganic compounds (or both) can migrate into buildings when the surrounding soil or groundwater is contaminated. This “vapor intrusion” can cause potentially unhealthy levels of hazardous substances in indoor air.

Guidance, toxicity values, and screening levels

Our guidance and 2015 updated spreadsheet help you investigate and manage potential vapor intrusion concerns. They were developed under our state’s cleanup law, the Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA).

EPA guidance and related documents

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  • Take on your work day feet first with the Trowler work boot from Iron Age
  • Leather upper with Shiftkicker toe guard
  • Lightly cushioned footbed
  • Composite safety toe meets ASTM F2413 safety and electrical hazard protection standards
  • Slip-resistant outsole

Heel Height 0
Material Leather
Brand Name Iron Age
Color Black

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