When assessing contaminated property, environmental professionals should pragmatically assess the risk between contamination in the ground with the possible exposure to those living, working, or visiting the property. While most people will not physically come in contact with affected soil or water, there is the risk of exposure to legacy contaminants through breathing contaminated indoor air through the process of vapor intrusion.
While assessing contaminated property with apparent elevated environmental risks, the question is often “How much is it going to cost to clean it up?” Owners often believe their options are limited to either a cleanup of the contaminant or walk away from the property. However, the answer of whether to remediate or mitigate a property means understanding the key variables to help determine the right choice for you.
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