For the past 40 years, NILU has been at the forefront of developing and adopting the most modern methods in air quality research. The institute offers a comprehensive program for surveying and planning for air quality in cities and towns.
Industrial pollution has historically represented the largest environmental impact in Norway. NILU has performed measurements, calculations, evaluations and impact assessments for the industry since the institute was first established in 1969. Air emissions can contain several different types of pollution, depending on the industry and what is ...
Effects on materials, NILU conducts measurements and monitoring programmes that measure the amount atmospheric corrosion that can be expected and the associated discolouration of materials.
Air pollution is a collective term used to describe compounds that can cause damage to the environment and human health when released to the air. Air pollution has both natural and anthropogenic sources.
Most environmental contaminants are fat soluble, and are taken up and accumulated by fish.
The food we eat is a source of exposure to both organic and inorganic pollutants, for both people and animals.
Dioxin is a generic term for a large group of chlorinated, persistent pollutants.
A number of European countries have national legislations requiring registration of certain substances and preparations. This legislation is not harmonized at the EU level and is not being changed or impacted by REACH.
Ensure Classification & Labelling Notification requirements under the European CLP Regulation are met.
The foundation of our Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser Service is the assignment of a lead Dangerous Goods Service Adviser (DGSA) to each customer. Through this relationship, 3E Company is able to develop a thorough understanding of the customer’s business helping to ensure delivery of services that are most effective for the customer’s ...