From Hazardous Materials
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air quality has become one of the leading environmental risks to public health today, causing a host of respiratory illnesses, infections and allergies. Poor indoor air quality can result from inadequate ventilation and airborne pollutants such as dust particles and chemical or biological contaminants.
Regular cleaning and maintenance of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems will help promote improved air quality.
In addition to cleaning, QMLP can also address the cause of poor air quality through the safe and effective remediation, removal and disposal of building contaminants including mould, asbestos, and chemical contaminants found in building materials and furnishings.