The LEED standard from the Canada Green Building Council is increasingly used for new constructions and for renovating commercial buildings for those wishing to improve the efficiency and quality of their buildings.
At the end of construction work, prior to occupation, air quality tests are required for LEED certification. CO, breathable particles (PM10), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde and 4-Phenylcyclohexene are sampled following EPA methods.
Over time, we have conducted numerous LEED tests according to procedures set in the EPA’s Compendium of Methods.
A chemist supervises all sampling exercises, and signs your report for LEED credentials.
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