indoor air pollution Services in Alaska

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Indoor Air Quality and Mold Services

by EFI Global, Inc.

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, ...

Indoor Air Quality

by NILU - The Norwegian Institute for Air Research

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

by AmeriSci Group

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 and Ambient Air Quality

by Integrated Environmental, Inc.

We are who to use when you have a situation involving the health of people exposed to pollutants in indoor and outdoor air. We provide the equipment and personnel necessary to quantitatively assess ambient and indoor air quality. We also develop air quality data in support of litigation and for risk management purposes. Indoor and ambient air ...

Indoor Air and Mold Abatement Services

by Norfolk Ram Group, LLC (Norfolk Ram)

Managing the quality of indoor air and the effects of hazardous molds is a requirement to maintaining health and safety, whether the concern is in a municipal building, industrial property or residence. Norfolk Ram is qualified to provide sampling and testing services for indoor air pollutants, analyzing test results, identifying the ...

Indoor Air Quality Assessment

by ERAtech Environmental, Inc.

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.

Indoor Air Quality Services

by Batta Environmental Associates, Inc. / BATTA Laboratories, Inc

The Indoor Air Quality Group at BATTA Environmental Associates has a strong history of providing timely solutions to all Indoor Air Quality issues. Our professionals are skilled at identifying problems and providing effective recommendations that can lead to acceptable indoor air quality for building occupants. We have many years of combined ...

Indoor Air Quality

by GEOMET Technologies, LLC

Air quality is one of the most important characteristics of an indoor environment. In terms of human health, indoor sources can generate astonishing levels of pollutants under otherwise acceptable circumstances, causing illnesses, sick-building problems and reduced employee productivity. Even building structures considered stable could contain ...

Indoor Air Quality Studies

by Pacific EH&S Services, Inc.

Indoor air quality concerns have become more common since the inception of the 'energy efficient' building. The indoor air quality within business office buildings and other structures, particularly those built following the energy crisis of the 1970s, may be adversely affected by a variety of conditions and factors including inadequate general ...

Indoor Air Quality

by The Sigma Group

Indoor air quality in healthcare facilities is unique for multiple reasons: 1) presence of microbes, viruses and bacteria associated with illness can lead to serious infections and disease; 2) controlled ventilation systems, including temperature, humidity and air change; and 3) volume and diversity of people-visitors, patients, employees, ...

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