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State-specific Vapor Intrusion Guidance Information

Alabama:  Alabama Risk-Based Corrective Action Guidance Manual, Revision 3.0, February 2017

Alaska:  Vapor Intrusion Guidance for Contaminated Sites, November 2017

Arizona:  Site Investigation Guidance Manual, October 2014

Arkansas:  No stand-alone VI guidance

California:  California Water Boards

Colorado:  Vapor Intrusion Petroleum Guidance

Connecticut:  List of Guidance Documents

Delaware:  Policy Concerning the Investigation, Risk Determination and Remediation for the Vapor Intrusion Pathway

Florida:  Indoor Vapor Intrusion Guidance

Georgia:  Vapor Intrusion Technical Guidance

Hawaii:  7.0 Soil Vapor and Indoor Air Sampling Guidance

Idaho:  Appendix C:  Evaluation of the Indoor Air Inhalation Pathway

Illinois:  Tiered Approach to Corrective Action Objectives

Indiana:  Remediation Closure Guide

Iowa:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Kansas:  Kansas Vapor Intrusion Guidance, August 2016

Louisiana:  Recommended Approach for Evaluating the Vapor Intrusion Pathway using Soil Gas Sampling

Maine:  Vapor Intrusion Evaluation Guidance, January 2010

Maryland:  Toxic Air Pollutant Regulations Assistance

Massachusetts:  Vapor Intrusion Guidance: Site Assessment, Mitigation and Closure, October 2016

Michigan:  Guidance Document for the Vapor Intrusion Pathway, May 2013

Minnesota:  Vapor Intrusion Page

Mississippi:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Missouri:  Vapor Intrusion Page

Montana:  Montana Vapor Intrusion Guide, April 2011

Nebraska:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Nevada:  Case Officer Screening Method for Identifying Sites Where Vapor Intrusion May Pose an Imminent and Substantial Hazard, October 2012

New Hampshire:  New Hampshire VI Guidance

New Jersey:  Vapor Intrusion Page

New Mexico:  Risk Assessment Guidance for Site Investigations and Remediation, March 2017

New York:  Indoor Air Sampling and Analysis Guidance

North Carolina:  DWM Vapor Intrusion Guidance

North Dakota:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Ohio:  Ohio EPA's Vapor Intrusion Guidance

Oklahoma:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Oregon:  Guidance for Assessing and Remediating Vapor Intrusion in Buildings

Pennsylvania:  Vapor Intrusion Page

Rhode Island:  Rules and Regulations for Investigation and Remediation of Hazardous Material Releases

South Carolina:  No stand-alone VI guidance

South Dakota:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Tennessee:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Texas:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Utah:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Vermont:  Investigation and Remediation of Contaminated Properties Rule

Virginia:  No stand-alone VI guidance

Washington:  DRAFT: Guidance for Evaluating Soil Vapor Intrusion in Washington State: Investigation and Remedial Action, April 2018

West Virginia:  Voluntary Remediation Program

Wisconsin:  Addressing Vapor Intrusion at Remediation & Redevelopment Sites in Wisconsin

Wyoming:  Wyoming Voluntary Remediation Fact Sheet

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