Indoor
Air Quality

Making a healthier and safe environment

Indoor environments are among the top five environmental risks to public health. As an employer, you play a crucial role in safeguarding your employees' health by striving to improve indoor air quality.

Various pollutants, including biological, chemical, and particulate matter, contribute to indoor air pollution. These pollutants often lead to symptoms that mimic allergies, stress, colds, and flu, highlighting the need for effective indoor air quality solutions.

At Euro Environmental Ltd, we specialise in enhancing indoor air quality, offering comprehensive services like mould testing and tailored assessments to address a range of indoor environmental challenges. Our expertise extends to providing ongoing guidance and monitoring, ensuring both air quality and physical conditions in your workplace are optimised for health and safety.

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Indoor Air Quality

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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 and help to improve indoor air quality.

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We don’t just deal with dust. Odours that are generated from unknown sources can be unpleasant or potentially harmful. We can develop sampling and analysis strategies to investigate the cause and identify its potential source.

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Fires in buildings can release a range of toxic air pollutants, posing potential health risks for those reoccupying the space. Common pollutants generated include:

  • Particulate Matter (PM): Fine particles and soot can become airborne during a fire
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO): Released during combustion, carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless gas

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Building Certification

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New or recently refurbished buildings can pose a health risk to occupants. Here at Euro Environmental Ltd, we have the expertise to carry out 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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The concept of thermal comfort goes beyond just maintaining a suitable temperature; it encompasses a combination of factors that influence how we perceive and experience the indoor environment. 

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LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a green building certification program developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). LEED focuses on various aspects of environmentally sustainable building practices, including indoor air quality.

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Employers have a duty to ensure that lighting is safe and does not pose a health risk to employees and others who may use their premises. The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (MHSW) require employers to have arrangements in place to cover health and safety. This includes lighting which needs to be suitable and adequate to meet the requirements of the Workplace Regulations 1992.

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The concept of thermal comfort goes beyond just maintaining a suitable temperature; it encompasses a combination of factors that influence how we perceive and experience the indoor environment. 

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Improving Workplace Ventilation & Air Quality
Improving Workplace Ventilation & Air Quality

2023-07-01

The law says employers must make sure there’s an adequate supply of fresh air in the workplace. There are two ways of maximising the level of fresh air in a workspace, either by natural and / or mechanical ventilation. Ventilation control measures play an essential role in improving air quality and staff well being. 

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