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Odor & Indoor Air Quality

Friday, March 31, 2017
Odor & Indoor Air Quality

 

Harry M. Neill
Harry M. Neill, CIH Vice
President, Mold and Indoor Air Quality Services

Do you have odor complaints within your building? If so, you know how challenging it can be to identify the source and mitigate it! The professionals at 1Source have developed a specific protocol that has been successful in identifying odors and odor sources that are both internal and external to a building. We can help your company investigate the quality of air in your building and surrounding areas.

Please feel free to e-mail me and we can set aside some time to discuss how we can help your comply with indoor air quality, or any other risk management or OSHA requirement.

Sincerely,
Harry M. Neill, CIH, Vice President, Mold and Indoor Air Quality Services

Indoor Air Quality Investigation

Indoor Air Quality Investigation

Modern office buildings are generally considered safe and healthful working environments. However, energy conservation measures instituted during the early 1970's have minimized the infiltration of outside air and contributed to the buildup of indoor air contaminants. Investigations of indoor air quality (IAQ) often fail to identify any harmful levels of specific toxic substances.

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Odor Surveys and Assessments

Odor Surveys and Assessments

If you ever had an odor issue within your facility you can appreciate the difficultly in identifying the sources or causes and responding to questions from employees. The professionals at 1Source have developed a specific protocol that has been successful in identifying odors and odor sources that are:

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Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality

The quality of indoor air inside offices, schools, and other workplaces is important not only for workers' comfort but also for their health. Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) has been tied to symptoms like headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat and lungs. Also, some specific diseases have been linked to specific air contaminants or indoor environments, like asthma with damp indoor environments.

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