CUPA-2019 Session Details

OIL/FUELS FACILITY CONTAMINATION. LESSONS LEARNED FROM VI INV
Thu, Feb 28    10am - 11:45am    39 of 100 seats available
TH-F2   Cleanup
Location   GRAND BALLROOM G/H
Credits      REHS: 2
   Objective
After attending this class, attendees will be provided with a realistic look at how oil/fuels facility operations often cause contamination, and effective cleanup methods and resources available to the regulatory community. Additionally, attendees will be provided with a review of some of the important lessons learned from vapor intrusion investigations done on a number of petroleum hydrocarbon spill sites.
   Description
This session will provide a comprehensive overview of sources of contamination at oil production, refining, storage, recycling, transport and delivery facilities. This session will provide important lessons learned from years of experience reviewing work plans, reports of investigations, and field experiences at hydrocarbon spill sites. The majority of the case studies will be from sites in California.
   Speakers
Donn Zuroski, Xitech
Pete Reich, USEPA Region 9
Mark Howard, USEPA HQ
Dr. G. Todd Ririe, BP retired

   Presentation
OIL/FUELS FACILITY CONTAMINATION. LESSONS LEARNED FROM VI INV
This presentation will include a review of the differences between petroleum (PVI) and chlorinated compound (CVI) vapor intrusion as well as the conceptual model needed to evaluate PVI. A series of lessons learned from PVI investigations will be used to document the important considerations needed to undertake a successful evaluation of the PVI pathway.
Oikl/Fuels Facvility Contamination and clean up options
Overview