LEED & Airborne Pollutant Sampling

Business owners desire a work environment that is efficient, healthy and safe for their employees, visitors, and staff. To assist in the development and evaluation of these buildings, the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Certification Program was established to be a nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of green buildings. In the LEED certification program, buildings earn points for meeting specific indoor air quality criterion using third-party verification to certify buildings.

Substandard indoor air quality can inhibit business efficiency if not handled appropriately. When the need arises, adequate characterization of airborne pollutant concentrations should be evaluated as a primary source of concern. We can help.

Environmental Support Network, Inc. provides facility owners, architects, construction managers, engineers, and building operators with the means by which to investigate, assess, and manage the concerns associated with indoor air pollutants and LEED air quality concerns.

CONTACT US: 330-494-0905
PO Box 36448, Canton, Ohio 44735
Inspection – Testing – Consulting – Project Management