Any way the wind blows
Under IPPC operators of industrial activities will need to show that they have adequately assessed their environmental impacts and developed management techniques and plans for applying the Best Available Techniques. Companies will find that the monitoring may be required to take place routinely, as part of a detailed survey of investigation or on an ad-hoc basis. Air Spectrum is able to respond swiftly and comprehensively with a quotation and specification, guaranteed to meet deadlines. The proposals are always cost efficient and prepared by MCERTS accredited consultants.
Employers also have a legal responsibility under COSHH to control exposure of their employees to hazardous substances. They need to assess the risks, decide what precautions are required and then prevent or adequately control the exposure. Nearly all working environments have a requirement. Again, Air Spectrum can provide an explanation and resolution. An occupational hygiene survey not only requires monitoring of relevant hazards ie. Dusts, solvents, isocyanantes, acid mists, diesel fumes etc. But also an assessment of the working practices and environment in which they are carried out.
Air Spectrum can provide individual monitoring appropriate to a company's needs. The company has extensive experience and knowledge in this area and once the monitoring report is obtained it has the capabilities to provide the solutions to a client's problems whatever they might be, for example: dust suppression, odour abatement, thermal oxidation etc.
To support these claims, the company has also announced that due to continued success within its core markets of air pollution assessment and abatement, it is expanding its sales operation by 200 per cent.
With a constant stream of new enquiries the company has found a requirement for yet more trained technical consultants in the field, responding immediately to customers' requirements.