A healthy indoor environment can be achieved by the controlling of sources and by eliminating or limiting the release of pollutants into the air.
Personal and Workplace Monitoring
Anesthetic gases, VOCs, chemicals associated with specific work environment.
Occupational health and safety requirements.
Personal monitoring badges.
Emissions from chemical, cleaning, industrial and manufacturing processes.
Museums, Archives, and Libraries
Hazardous gases may damage valuable artifacts.
VOCs (including Acetic and Formic Acid), Acid Gases, Ozone, Sulfur dioxide, Ammonia, Hydrogen sulfide, Formaldehyde and Nitrogen dioxide.
New Buildings and Renovation
Chemicals such as VOCs from building materials can leach into the air.
Paint, adhesives, cleaners, sealants.
Building on Reclaimed Land
Migration of pollutants into the building due to insufficient remedial action.
Combustion – Heating Systems and Smoking
Emissions of Nitrogen dioxide and VOCs can be monitored.
Particulate counts are especially important for people with respiratory health problems.
Odors can arise due to Sulfur Dioxide, Acid Gases and Ammonia pollutants.
Migration of Pollution from Attached Garages into Homes
Vehicle emissions, fumes from stored paint, fuel, solvents, etc.
VOC monitoring, Nitrogen dioxide, Particulates.