Jeffrey Kurtz to Speak on Latest Vapor Intrusion Pathway Trends
Jeffrey Kurtz, Ph.D., Senior Geochemist based in Colorado, will present the latest vapor intrusion pathway trends on February 20, 2013 at the monthly meeting of the Rocky Mountain Association of Environmental Professionals. Jeff has over twenty years experience as a consulting geologist and geochemist. He is currently serving as the indoor air testing manager for one of the largest vapor intrusion sites in the country, with responsibilities that include evaluating the extent of vapor intrusion impacts and the performance of vapor intrusion controls, and evaluating the contributions of indoor sources and background to indoor air levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). He has worked on a number of other vapor intrusion sites in Colorado, California, Kansas, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Puerto Rico, Utah and Wyoming, and is well known for his research and publications on indoor sources of VOCs, including the use of COC ratios in groundwater and indoor air to separate vapor intrusion from background sources.