CERTIFICATION Air Quality testing

Indoor air quality testing services for environmental performance and building sustainability certification


New or refurbished buildings can pose a health risk to occupants through the emission of harmful pollutants from materials utilised as part of the construction, fit out and finishing works such as paint and furnishings.

In addition, improperly designed ventilation strategies can lead to a build-up of airborne compounds. Collectively these issues can cause a deterioration in the air quality of the building and can lead to adverse health effects.

Euro Environmental Ltd offers indoor air quality monitoring services and air quality testing consultancy to identify pollutants and provide benchmarks to ensure problems do not arise. We are workplace air quality experts, so get in touch with us to find out more.


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To achieve the building certification standard you want you may need to carry out an initial detailed assessment of air quality followed by ongoing long-term monitoring. Typical indoor air quality pollutants that require monitoring range from volatile organic compounds (VOCs) to key gas indicators such as carbon dioxide.

Levels of VOCs and formaldehyde will typically be at their highest soon after a building is refurbished or constructed while other pollutants can be an issue for the life span of the building. This is why regular indoor air quality monitoring services are needed.

HelpHow can we help?

As workplace air quality experts, we have the expertise to carry out indoor air quality monitoring services and testing to meet your building certification standard whether it is required to meet BREEAM HEA 02, Fitwel, B-Corp, LEED or WELL certification.

We can carry out one-off in-depth assessments or deploy a range of air quality sensors for ongoing measurements.

For further help call us on 0870 7019170 or email:


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Poor Indoor Air Quality - The Complete Guide
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