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Johnson County, IN
Residential Sampling Sign-Up
When?: begins week of Feb. 24, 2019
Frequently Asked Questions:
Is there a cost to get my building sampled?
This work is being done at NO COST to the community, with all costs being covered by the EWA.
If I fill out an access agreement, am I guaranteed a spot for sampling?
Based on demand, we cannot promise a spot for sampling to everyone that inquires. However, it is still beneficial to fill out a form if you are willing to have your home sampled, as we may consider your residence for any future sampling events.
Buildings in areas considered to be potentially vulnerable to vapor intrusion (in proximity to or on top of the known extent of the groundwater plume/impacted sewers in Franklin) will be prioritized, but buildings outside of this area will also be considered.
Is there a deadline to return completed forms?
We ask that completed forms are emailed to by February 15, 2019. Sampling spots tend to fill up quickly - the earlier, the better. Access agreements must be signed by the owner(s) of the residence or building.
Do I have to get my home sampled?
This sampling event is being done as a courtesy to the community, with written permission from homeowners being given voluntarily. We are conducting independent sampling to continue to build on the body of data that has been/is being collected in and around Franklin, IN. See our January 11, 2019 announcement.
Will I receive data from my residence when available?
Data is shared with each respective homeowner. We respect confidentiality and privacy concerns, so unless a homeowner consents to having their results and address published publicly, we anonymize the public report.
Making data available to the state and federal environmental/health agencies, particularly if there is an immediate environmental concern, is part of our process. This opens lines of communication and ensures that government officials who are responsible for protecting human health and the environment, and overseeing any remediation activities in your community, are made aware of the results so that proper follow-up actions can be taken.
Jan. 11, 2019
As part of an independent environmental investigation, Edison Wetlands Association (EWA) and its environmental consultants are planning a Phase III residential sampling event in Franklin, IN.