Air Quality


Reason for sampling:

Clean AirGrowing scientific evidence indicates that the air within buildings can be more seriously polluted than the air outdoors. With people spending up to 90% of their time indoors, it is increasingly important to be aware of the quality of the air we breathe.

Method:

Various testing methods are available and most are determined by the type of analyte we are testing for. Some testing/analysis can be performed on site, (i.e. temperature, relative humidity, carbon dioxide, etc,) while other types of analyte (i.e. Formaldehyde, organic gases, particulates, asbestos, etc.) need to be analyzed at our labs.

Results:

Report and lab analysis results are prepared and results are compared to OSHA permissible exposure levels (PEL’s) if available. Recommendations are given to improve air quality where possible.