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A FRESH APPROACH TO AIR QUALITY

Let us take the hassle out of stack emissions testing for you with our cost effective industrial stack emissions monitoring.

If you need help to assess your compliance outlined by your Local Authority or Environment Agency permits, our NWG Environmental Solutions team can make sure you understand what your stacks are emitting. Let us carry out a range of stack emissions testing with analyses at our in-house UKAS accredited laboratory.

For accurate and reliable stack emissions results using the latest analytical equipment and best practice techniques, get in touch. We carry out stack emissions testing internationally and across the country, we have been one of the regular providers of choice for check monitoring for the Environment Agency and Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) over the past 15 years so you are in safe hands.

Benefit from expert advice from one of the largest leading MCERTS qualified air consultants and UKAS accredited stack emissions teams in the UK for more than 23 years (previously known as AES). Members of the Source Testing Association (STA) we actively participate in the task groups so you can rest assured that our service is of the highest quality.

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FAQs

What is MCERTS?

MCERTS is the Environment Agency’s Monitoring Certification Scheme. It provides the framework for businesses to meet our quality requirements. If you comply with MCERTS we can have confidence in the monitoring of emissions to the environment. MCERTS is used to approve instruments, people and laboratories.

Our NWG Environmental Solutions team are one of the UK’s leading MCERTS and UKAS accredited and Environment Agency approved stack emissions monitoring specialists. We have one of the largest dedicated teams of MCERTS qualified air consultants in the UK for 25 years (previously known as AES).

What is a bioaerosol?

A bioaerosol (short for biological aerosol) is a suspension of airborne particles usually measuring less than 20 microns in diameter that contain living organisms or were released from living organisms. Typically consisting of bacteria, fungi, pollen and mycotoxins, these living organisms, under favourable conditions can perform basic metabolic activities and can survive in the airstream.

Why do I need bioaerosols monitoring?

Potential harmful effects of bioaerosol emissions and odour problems are a concern and in recent years the Environment Agency, Local Authorities and the Health & Safety Executive have taken a keen interest in the subject which has in turn led to more substantive bioaerosol monitoring and analysis.

 

Accreditations

Safecontractor
Constructionline
PICS
AFAQ UKAS
MCERTS
Achilles
CHAS
Legionella Control Association
UKAS