INDOOR AIR QUALITY TESTING
Principals, staff and associates of EHI have unmatched experience conducting indoor air quality (IAQ) evaluations and inspections in New York (NY) and New Jersey (NJ). We have been at the forefront in developing new methodologies and techniques related to building assessment. Working with a variety of clients, including government agencies, private businesses, and individual consumers, EHI has taken the lead in:
Accurately assessing the indoor air quality in buildings
Locating sources of problems (for example Testing for Mold, Bacteria or other fungus)
Developing remediation strategies
EHI=s goal is to define the most cost effective and cost efficient solutions and implement corrective action in the most timely manner possible. EHI takes an interdisciplinary approach to diagnosing and correcting IAQ problems. With highly‑trained professionals in industrial hygiene, toxicology, engineering, chemistry, and environmental science, EHI has the required skills and expertise to address the complex issues associated with IAQ projects. EHI integrates the concerns of both management and employees, while providing understandable interpretations of highly technical information.
IAQ evaluations require comprehensive understanding of the many interacting factors that affect indoor air. With this knowledge, EHI examines the nature and distribution of occupant complaints to select the appropriate evaluation procedures to be performed. EHI can perform the following services:
Inspection of Ventilation Systems
Air Monitoring and Testing for Chemical Contaminants
Phase I Investigations
Vapor Intrusion Analysis
Mold/Bacteria Contamination Surveys
Legionnaires Disease Investigation
Sick Building Syndrome Evaluations
Particulate Sampling & Identification
Tracer Gas Studies
Development of Programs
Remediation Design and Oversight
"Green Building" Planning
The next step is remediation beginning with the development of a twofold goal remedial plan. The plan's first goal is the removal or cleanup of all toxic mold contamination without spreading contaminated materials to clean non‑abatement areas. The second goal is properly repairing the building or building infrastructure (for example the HVAC) to ensure that water damage and moisture buildup does not reoccur preventing mold establishment and growth. EHI personnel would develop the plan and oversee its execution to assure the highest quality standards are employed to meet the goals.
EHI personnel would also serve as consultants and expert witnesses as required. Our highly trained and experienced personnel have the required skills and expertise to address the complex issues associated with toxic mold projects. We are also sensitive to the concerns of management and employees and can integrate these concerns to provide an understandable interpretation of highly technical information.
Our unique professional staff and our twenty‑year experience will assure our clients will be guided through this new area of concern with the same professionalism which has become the hallmark of our company.