Indoor Air Quality Testing, Monitoring & Air Assessment Services
WTS is a leading independent UK water, air quality and environmental services company offering a full range of professional solutions including the investigation and evaluation of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) involving comprehensive indoor air quality testing, monitoring, indoor air assessments, sample collection, laboratory analysis, and air flow investigations.
Our indoor air quality testing and monitoring services are delivered by in-field experts who combine the latest high performance indoor air testing and analysis equipment, computer modelling and laboratory analysis techniques to help identify air quality and other environmental issues to improve the quality of internal workplace environments and the health and well-being of building occupants.
Expert Indoor Air Testing Solutions
Our expert air quality assessment, indoor air testing and monitoring solutions include:
Full National UK Coverage
With offices in London serving the South and South East England, Manchester (North West), Birmingham (Midlands), Bristol (South East England and Wales), Leeds (North and North East) and Glasgow (Scotland), supported by regional teams of specially trained engineers, in-field air quality specialists and technical experts WTS can offer professional, cost effective indoor air quality testing and environmental monitoring solutions throughout the UK and Ireland.
Contact us today to learn how our professional air quality investigation solutions can help improve workplace health and well-being, employee comfort, attendance and productivity issues. To speak with one of our indoor air quality experts call us on 0330 223 31 31 or simply use the button below to get our full contact details or submit our contact form.
The Impact of Poor Indoor Air Quality
In today’s modern world many of us now spend a significant proportion of our time indoors.
It is therefore very important to ensure the quality of our indoor environments, including the air we breathe are as clean and healthy as they can possibly be.
Indoor air quality is becoming increasingly important to businesses and other organisations as it can impact significantly on workplace health and well-being, employee comfort, attendance and productivity issues.
At its most extreme, poor indoor air quality can result in significant numbers of building occupants experiencing discomfort and malaise, increased work related health and illness issues, increased absenteeism and reduced productivity.
This situation is often referred to as Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) and requires expert advice and evaluation if a successful resolution is to be found.
Factors Affecting Air Quality
Indoor air quality is a measure now used by many organisations to evaluate the suitability of indoor environments and how this impacts on the health, comfort and productivity of their employees and other building occupants.
The quality of the air inside a building can be influenced by a whole range of factors and as importantly, how these interact with each other.
Such factors can include reduced internal air flows, poorly managed ventilation and air conditioning systems (HVAC), the accumulation of unwanted gases, unpleasant odours, microbial contaminants, the presence of fine particulates, and fluctuations in relative humidity and temperature.
Indoor Air Quality Testing, Monitoring & Assessment Services
We offer a comprehensive range of specialist environmental air quality testing and monitoring services designed to evaluate, test and ultimately identify the most appropriate strategy for managing your indoor air quality issues.
A detailed indoor air quality evaluation from us would typically follow the assessment criteria set out in the BREEAM Health & Wellbeing Hea 02 – Indoor Air Quality document.
It would also involve the collection, testing and analysis of air samples, monitoring occupant exposure to pollutants, swabbing and evaluation of samples from internal surfaces.
An examination of the physical parameters affecting the internal environment would also be conducted and this would involve a review of the condition and performance of existing ventilation and air conditioning systems (HVAC), temperature and humidity, particulate levels and computer modelling of the internal air flows.
Once a detailed air quality assessment is complete it is then possible to identify ways to cleanse the air more readily, reduce pollutant levels and improve the overall quality of the working environment for building occupants.
The Benefits of a Cleaner, Healthier Environment
The healthier the environment in your office, school or other facility is, the healthier the people in that environment will be.
It is only by identifying the risks and causes of poor air quality that real improvements can be achieved.
Reduce absenteeism, workplace illness, lethargy and instances of poor work performance by paying closer attention to air quality now.
Investing in a professional air quality assessment is like investing in the health of your business and your employees.
Expert Indoor Air Quality Assessment Solutions
Contact WTS today to find out more about our expert indoor air quality testing, monitoring and environmental evaluation solutions and how we can help improve workplace health and well-being, employee comfort, attendance and productivity issues. We can provide advice and full support to help you identify the most appropriate strategies for managing your indoor air quality issues.
With offices in London serving the South and South East England, Manchester (North West), Birmingham (Midlands), Bristol (South East England and Wales), Leeds (North and North East) and Glasgow (Scotland), supported by regional teams of specially trained engineers, in-field air quality specialists and technical experts we can offer professional, cost effective indoor air quality testing and environmental support solutions across the whole of the UK and Ireland.
Contact us today for more information or for your FREE, no obligation quote.
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