The environment inside the buildings where we spend the majority of our time contains many pollutants that might affect our health. The origin of these pollutants is diversified and includes, amongst others; occupants and their activities, construction materials, furniture, cosmetic products, cleaning products, electronic equipments, ventilation systems as well as the presence of excessive moisture.
The exposure to these pollutants can cause various health problems including asthma, allergy, symptoms known as sick building syndrome (headache, nausea, tiredness, difficulty in concentrating, etc), chronic and acute intoxications and even certain types of cancer. The level of risk depends on the type and concentration of the pollutant, exposure time as well as the sensitivity of the exposed person.
Thus it is important to evaluate the quality of the air to which we are exposed the majority of our time. Our team can identify the sources of pollution at your place, measure the level of pollutants emitted from the identified sources and propose corrective measures to improve the quality of the indoor air when needed.
We provide measurements and/or sampling of various indoor pollutants: VOC, CO, formaldehyde, dust and fibres including asbestos, lead, etc.