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Processes and activities that need to take place to characterise and monitor the quality of the environment.

Environmental monitoring has become increasingly important for citizens, urban planners and policy makers alike, who argue that an effective monitoring program is an essential component of any environmentally focused project.

Effective monitoring gives us a benchmark, which allows us to identify and rectify issues early. Monitoring is necessary in order to objectively evaluate whether the climate objectives are being achieved.

In other words, without monitoring, we wont know if we are breathing clean air or if there is too much noise pollution.

With labChoices the entire process from early monitoring to rectification can be done which not only benefits companies and industries but overall improves the health and well-being of the population.

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Types of Environmental Testing

indoor air quality
Indoor Air Quality Testing

The best way to determine air quality in a building is to have the air tested. Methods of testing indoor air quality can vary depending upon the substance of concern.

outdoor air quality
Outdoor Air Quality Testing

Globally, there is an increasing awareness of environmental health, and the quality of the air we breathe. … Examples of these emissions are fine particles (PM10 and PM2.5), aerosols and dust, which impact outdoor air quality

stack monitoring
Stack Monitoring

Stack sampling or source sampling may be defined as a method of collecting representative samples of pollutant laden air/gases at the place of origin of pollutants to determine the total amount of pollutants emitted into the atmosphere from a given source in a given time.

noise pollution
Noise/Sound Monitoring

Environmental noise monitoring is undertaken to understand and assess the effects of sound on people living and working within the vicinity of sound sources. Very often, noise is monitored without necessarily thinking about the links between measured noise levels and effects.

Lux (Light) Monitoring

Low lux levels (insufficient light) are a common cause of fatigue and muscle strain. … measuring light levels in your workplace can help you to avoid these issues. Protecting your colleagues and employees in the workplace should be of paramount importance.

occupational hygiene
Occupational Hygiene

Occupational hygiene is the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, control, and confirmation of protection from hazards at work that may result in injury, illness, or affect the well-being of workers.

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