Ambient Air Quality Monitoring as per DOE Requirement
The Malaysia Government has established the necessary legal, institutional arrangements and guidelines to promote of environmentally sound and sustainable development including Ambient Air Quality Monitoring. The monitoring is one way to protect and assess air quality and it is important due to significantly increase in air pollutants emissions between years 1900 and 1970. It is a necessary monitoring for all industry player who wish to comply with ISO 14000 by investigating air quality within their industry premises.
Based on the Recommended Malaysian Air Quality Guidelines, seven pollutants were addressed in the guideline include Ozone, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Sulphur Dioxide, Total Suspended Particulates, Particulate Matter (PM10) and Dustfall. The average time is varies from 10 minutes to 1 year for different type of air pollutants in the guideline, represents the period of time over which measurement is monitored and reported for the assessment. In addition, Carbon Dioxide is one of the common pollutant to investigate ambient air quality.
Our specialist and technical team has extensive experience and specialized instrumentation to provide ambient air sampling, investigation and analysis as well as result interpretation and recommendation of ambient air quality for your industry.