ALC Environmental | MOLD AND INDOOR AIR QUALITY SERVICES
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MOLD AND INDOOR AIR QUALITY SERVICES

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he term “sick building syndrome” (SBS) is used to describe situations in which building occupants experience acute health and comfort problems that appear to be linked to time spent inside the building, but no specific illness or cause can be identified. In contrast, the term “building related illness” (BRI) is used when symptoms of diagnosable illness are identified and can be attributed directly to airborne building contaminants.* ALC Environmental will evaluate your property, report all findings, make recommendations, and highlight necessary improvements needed to meet compliance requirements and reduce health risks to individuals working or living in the space.

ALC mold services include:

Residential Questionnaire

Interviewing site employees and residents (if applicable & requested) to gather information about possible sources and symptoms related to poor mold conditions

Visual Inspections
Bulk, Swab, and Air Sampling Microbial Investigations
Ambient Air Monitoring
Remediation Design

ALC provides a complete work plan offering multiple options for remediation. We supply our clients with a detailed description of work to be done and the criteria used for evaluating the effectiveness of the abatement. The work plan can be used as a template for determining bids from contractors. As part of Remediation Design, ALC will also provide the following services:

  • Decontamination
  • Remediation Oversight – We will work with you to make sure the contractors meet the stringent guidelines set forth OSHA, EPA and the Amercian Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) throughout the scope of their work. Our goal is to provide our clients with top service at limited cost while reducing your liability.
  • Post Remediation Testing
  • Moisture Control Plans

ALC Indoor Air Quality services include:

Residential Questionnaire

Interviewing site employees and residents (if applicable & requested) to gather information about possible sources and symptoms related to poor indoor air quality

Testing of Air Pollutants

Air quality testing, including: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, lead in dust, airborne asbestos, VOCs, spores, and other applicable pollutants and indicators.

Assessment of Ventilation System
Assessment of Heating and Cooling System
Sampling of Mold Spores and Bacteria
Inventory of Chemicals and Solvents
Comprehensive Report

ALC air quality specialists and industrial hygienists will use information from these sources to determine compliance with OSHA and any local regulations. We will then make recommendations highlighting the improvements necessary not only to meet compliance requirements, but reduce health risks to individuals working in the environment.

Sampling of Mold Spores and Bacteria