What is it and why is it important? Organic chemicals migrate from contaminated ground water or soil into the airspace of buildings. Some typical organics involved are petroleum based or chlorinated solvents such as TCE, benzene, toluene, and xylene. Generically, these compounds are Volatile Organic Compounds or VOCs.
There is significant and persuasive rationale for VOC mitigation in known or likely cases where vapor intrusion is a risk.
NJ DEP has formally recommended the use of certified Radon mitigation firms to design and install VOC reduction systems.
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VOC mitigation is similar in method to Radon mitigation. A sub-slab depressurization system reduces the driving-force that moves the VOC vapors into the building, and at the same time replaces the contaminated soil gas with cleaner makeup air.
Can you test my air for me? Yes. We sample and analyze the indoor air quality of your home or facility. Working with certified laboratories,
we are well-prepared to assess your indoor air quality. Contact our main office to schedule an air quality assessment.
What can I do to improve my indoor air quality? You need an air make-up system to change your local and general ventilation.
Can you create a make-up system for me? Yes. We provide a comprehensive design for your local and general ventilation.
A complete installation for your air make-up or ventilation systems includes a network of equipment
vendors and contractors who work with us to install the required indoor air quality management systems.
Contact our main office to schedule an indoor air sampling and assessment program.
What is the range of indoor air services that your laboratory offers?
Indoor Air Quality Sampling.
Indoor Air Quality Assessment.
Odor Sampling and Assessment.
Indoor Air Quality Monitoring and Data Management.