Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are organic compounds that have high vapor pressures and easily evaporate into the atmosphere. VOCs are formed from a variety of sources, including industrial processes, automobile exhaust, and the use of solvents. VOCs can have both short–term and long–term adverse health effects, including eye and respiratory irritation, headaches, and even cancer. In addition, VOCs can contribute to smog and other air pollution.
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Contaminants released to the surrounding surface and groundwater can affect drinking water, food crops, and the biotic environment. Environmental and health limits for water contaminants and suspended particles are managed through the ANZECC guidelines and the National Water Quality Management Strategy.
There is an extensive array of emissions produced from contaminated land. Monitoring of contaminated land emissions is essential during the remediation process to protect workers and the environment and meet compliance requirements. Regularly monitoring air, dust, and water quality should be undertaken throughout the remediation process.