The Indoor environment can no longer be assumed to be a "clean, safe place to work". The popular term "Sick Building Syndrome" refers to the debilitating, health damaging effects posed by poor indoor air quality to building occupants. This syndrome is usually created by "energy conscious", inadequate, or improper ventilation of indoor air contaminants, such as tobacco smoke, chemical agents emitted from office machines, carpet, wallpaper, and airborne microorganisms. Title IV of the EPA Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) identifies the indoor air quality guidelines for non-industrial buildings and addresses this problem.
Professionals at ECT conduct indoor air quality investigations under the guidelines established by the National Institute for Occupational and Health (NIOSH). These services are provided to office buildings, schools, public buildings, hospitals and other health care facilities, and all non-industrial commercial buildings.

  • Facilities Evaluation
  • State of the Art Equipment
  • Microbiological Sampling
  • Carbon Dioxide / Monoxide Sampling
  • Temperature/Humidity

Physical Survey

Microbiological Sampling State of the Art Equipment Temperature / Humidity 

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