E1527 and Vapor Encroachment: What You Need to Know

    About the Webinar

    This 1-hour webinar will provide an introduction to vapor encroachment and its relation to ASTM E1527 ESA.

    Vapor encroachment into the subsurface of a property involved in a real estate transaction can potentially create significant issues for the deal. The methodology in the ASTM E2600-10 Standard Guide for Vapor Encroachment Screening on Property Involved in Real Estate Transactions was developed for use by environmental professionals conducting due diligence to facilitate screening a property for a possible vapor encroachment condition (VEC).

    How You Will Benefit

    • Gain an understanding of the market driving forces for conducting VEC screening as part of environmental due diligence
    • Learn about the relationship between E2600 and E1527

    Learn About
    * how to utilize E2600-10 Tier 1 methodology to conduct vapor migration screening in a Phase I
    * how to minimize the Area of Concern associated with vapor migration
    * where vapor migration fits into the vapor intrusion assessment process

    Course Outline
    1 hour seminar

    Who Should Attend

    • Phase I Environmental Consultants
    • Lenders
    • Real Estate Attorneys
    • Property Developers
    • Property Investors
    • Property Owners and Managers
    • Property Insurers

    Fee Includes
    PDF of slide presentation

    About the Instructors
    Anthony J. Buonicore, P.E., BCEE, QEP is a past president and Fellow Member of the Air & Waste Management Association, and is the Chairman and CEO of the Buonicore Group, a real estate and environmental risk management consulting company. He is also a Diplomat in the American Academy of Environmental Engineers, a Qualified Environmental Professional and a licensed professional engineer. He is a member of the ASTM E50.02 Property Environmental Due Diligence committee, former chairman of its ASTM Phase I/Transaction Screen Task Group, chairman of the ASTM Vapor Intrusion Task Group, and chairman of the newly formed Building Energy Performance & Disclosure Task Group. Mr. Buonicore holds both a bachelor's and master's degree in chemical engineering from Manhattan College.