by Michael B. Heister|
“Isn’t that below the method detection limit?” It was a fair question from my client, but one that has become a moving target. We have all seen technology improve relentlessly and redefine what we can measure, how we measure it, and how we can determine if something is harmful. Vapor intrusion was not a thing until it was. Fugitive emissions were too.
The above is an excerpt from an article written by Michael B. Heister for Industries for the Environment, a publication of the Arkansas Environmental Federation. You can download the entire article below.
For more information, please contact Michael B. Heister at 501-379-1777 or mheister@QGTLAW.com.