air quality

Is indoor air quality an
issue within your workplace?


Indoor air quality has been identified as one of the top five most urgent environmental risks to public health, and as a responsible employer – you need to ensure your employees are safe and healthy whilst in the working environment.

Symptoms related to poor workplace air quality vary depending on the type of contaminant. They can easily be mistaken for symptoms of other illnesses such as allergies, stress, colds and influenza.

Although there are numerous indoor air pollutants that can be spread through a building, they typically fall into three basic categories of biological, chemical, and particle contaminants.

We have the in-house expertise to carryout assessments of a range of common contaminants and provide ongoing advice and monitoring of air quality within your workplace.

Our Indoor Air Quality Services

Building Certification

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The internal environment of new or newly refurbished buildings can pose a health risk to occupants. We have the expertise to carryout indoor air quality testing to meet your building certification standard whether it is required to meet BREEAM HEA 02, Fitwel, B-Corp or WELL certification etc.

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Indoor Air Quality Assessments

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Poor air quality within the indoor environment can result in occupants experiencing a number of symptoms ranging from fatigue to shortness of breath. Factors such as poor ventilation and air pollutants can be the main cause of what is commonly known as Sick Building Syndrome. Euro Environmental can provide general air quality assessments or specialist investigations to identify nuisance smells within any environment.

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Odour Investigation

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Odours within indoor environments can be unpleasant or potentially harmful. Odours that are generated from unknown sources can be particularly problematic. We can develop sampling and analysis strategies to investigate the content of an odour and identify its potential source.

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Knowledge Centre Article

Expand your knowledge on this topic by reading our informative article

Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions - The Complete Guide
Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions - The Complete Guide


Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions (DEEE's) contain a complex mixture of gases, vapours, liquid aerosols and particulate substances. You may be exposed to diesel fumes if you work where diesel operated heavy vehicles are being used, or where motor vehicles are generating diesel fumes such as when coming into and out of car parks or when passing toll booths. You may also be exposed to diesel fumes if you are working in tunnels or on construction sites where diesel operated stationary power sources are being used.

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