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NOUVEAU
Juljuil.20, 2017

The Evolution of Remediation and Redevelopment in Atlantic Canada
One-day professional development seminar, November 9th, 2017 – Marriott Harbour Front, Halifax, NS

Join Atlantic PIRI for a one-day professional development seminar and learn from leading experts in the field of environmental remediation and redevelopment.

Program includes a Case Study Presentation by
Robert Turner, M.A.Sc., P.Geo., GHD Limited followed by a discussion; and presentations by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Maaxim Analytics, Environment Canada, and more… Keynote Speaker, Radha D. Curpen, Environmental, Aboriginal
and Regulatory Lawyer at Bennett Jones Vancouver

Topics include:

  • Sustainable Remediation CONCEPT into PRACTICE,
  • Atlantic RBCA TIER II TOOLKIT: Important Steps to
    Getting it Right!
  • Emerging Trends in Soil Vapour Collection and Analytics

To see the full Program click here…
Take advantage of a prime opportunity to collaborate with leading industry, regulatory, scientific, legal, and financial professionals.
Register now, space is limited!

NOUVEAU
Decdéc.19, 2016

Atlantic RBCA Guidance for Vapour Intrusion Assessments

Atlantic PIRI is pleased to release the final version of the Atlantic RBCA Guidance for Vapour Intrusion Assessments (December 2016). This document provides guidance on the assessment of vapour intrusion and is intended to supersede the User Guidance for Soil Vapour and Indoor Air Monitoring Assessments (Atlantic PIRI, 2006).

Thank you to all who provided commentary on the draft document during the Public Review Period. Revisions were made to the document because of this feedback, the most noticeable of which is the removal of chlorinated solvents.

Please refer to the Atlantic RBCA Guidance for Vapour Intrusion Assessments Implementation Procedure (December 2016) which outlines the implementation process for the new guidance.

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FR Question of the week

How can I justify use of the Tier I Look Up Tables if the groundwater table at my site is less than the 3.0 metres below ground surface (BGS) used by Atlantic PIRI as the default condition?

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