indoor air pollution Services in Jamaica

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Indoor Air Quality

by AmeriSci Group     based in Midlothian, VIRGINIA (USA)

All of us face a variety of risks to our health as we go about our day-to-day lives. Molds are microscopic organisms that live on plant or animal matter. They aid in the break down of dead material and recycle nutrients in the environment. Extensive mold contamination may cause health problems. AmeriSci Bio-Chem is the country's leader for indoor ...

Indoor Air Quality Assessment

by ERAtech Environmental, Inc.     based in Dayton, OHIO (USA)

The indoor environment in a building can result from a complex interaction between the building system, construction techniques, and various contaminant sources (originating inside or outside). Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) problems may arise from any one of these sources, and may result in worker anxiety, missed work or reassignment.

Ambient & Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Services

by Eastmount Environmental Services, LLC     based in Newbuuryport, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Ambient monitoring programs are typically carried out as part of site-specific health and safety plans at a wide range of hazardous waste cleanup sites. Their purpose is to determine baseline, remediation and post-closure levels of criteria, VOC, semi-volatile and trace metal pollutants. Using portable instrumentation and mobile laboratory ...

Indoor Air Quality

by NILU - The Norwegian Institute for Air Research     based in Kjeller, NORWAY

NILU can offer indoor air quality (IAQ) monitoring and assessment of possible impacts on both human health and materials, including cultural artefacts and structures. The institute conducts indoor air pollution measurements and assessments based on extensive experience in the field and the expertise obtained from research projects. The ...

Indoor Air Quality and Mold Services

by EFI Global, Inc.     based in Humble, TEXAS (USA)

EFI Global offers a team of qualified microbiologists and chemists to evaluate indoor air quality (IAQ) issues caused by microbiological materials such as molds, carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, temperature, humidity, carbon monoxide, radon gas, particulates and volatile organic compounds. Our staff includes PhD-level human health risk assessors, ...

Air Quality

by BiaPlas LLC     based in Crossville, TENNESSEE (USA)

Air Quality defined as a measure of the condition of air relative to the requirements of one or more biotic species or to any human need or purpose. Air quality indices (AQI) are numbers used by government agencies to characterize the quality of the air at a given location. As the AQI increases, an increasingly large percentage of the population ...

Air Quality and Emissions

by exp Services Inc.     based in Brampton, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Air quality regulations and standards are becoming more stringent. Our team offers technical expertise and customized solutions to improve outdoor air quality, to reduce pollutant sources and emissions, to protect the surrounding environment and to avoid adverse health effects for the local community. Our expert solutions are used by small and ...

Indoor Air Quality Service

by Environmental International Corporation (EIC)     based in Alpharetta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Conducted indoor air quality assessment at a commercial building to assess the potential for employee exposure to airborne contaminants.

Indoor Air Quality Services

by Euro Safety and Health     based in Shrewsbury, UNITED KINGDOM

The air we breathe is made up of a variety of gases, but is mostly nitrogen (about 78%) and oxygen (about 21%). Contaminants can build up to degrade the quality of the air or even cause a building related illness (BRI) such as Legionnaire's Disease. Often though there is no cause immediately obvious and that is what is called sick building ...

Indoor Air Quility Services

by ECOH Management Inc.     based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Canadians expect their environment to be at comfortable temperature and humidity level and the air they breath to be free of harmful contaminants. In short they expect to “breath easy”. When these expectations are not met, complaints and symptoms of “sick building syndrome” start to appear. Employee productivity and morale ...

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