Indoor Air Quality

Recent evidence shows that indoor air can be more heavily polluted than even the most heavily polluted outdoor environments. Considering that most people spend up to 90% of their time indoors, it becomes evident that indoor air quality is something that everyone should be concerned about.

The Indoor Air Quality Department specializes in the analysis of mold samples. Sensitive individuals exposed to mold may experience symptoms such as eye irritation, nasal stuffiness, wheezing or skin reactions. Those with severe allergies to mold may experience more severe reactions. Depending on the circumstances, it may be become necessary or beneficial to test for mold indoors.

A Guide to Common Fungi
Industrial Hygiene Microbiology Services