Microbiological monitoring of airborne bacterial and fungal levels gives invaluable information regarding the indoor environment.
Microbiological testing combined with tests for carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity give insight into the adequacy and cleanliness of fresh air supply to office areas.
This includes looking at air conditioning units, the amount of fresh air coming in to the building and the number of people present, plus the process of air within the building. Air samples are taken using the laboratories accredited in-house method and returned to the laboratory where levels of bacterial and fungal contamination are assessed.
Combined with measurements for carbon dioxide levels, temperature and humidity these bacterial and fungal counts, it gives vital information about a building’s indoor environment and its users well being.
Please note: this is outside the scope of our UKAS accreditation
From property developers and contractors to local authorities, hospitals and schools, the laboratory has a diverse range of clients.
Providing sample testing, analysis and advice and site management, extensive experience in field and laboratory work makes it easy to boast excellence in a variety of environmental projects.