What is the Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) Framework?
Under the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 companies have a duty to protect their workforce, and any visitors to the site, from exposure to high noise levels.
This blog will discuss the importance of maintaining an LEV system and how often an LEV system needs to be tested.
As environmental impact is becoming of increasing concern, acquiring and analysing your environmental data is becoming ever more valuable when making business and operational decisions, which this blog will discuss.
This week we will discuss where particulate pollutions originates from and identify the main areas in which it needs to be monitored.
We are looking at what exactly particulate pollution is and why it is important that it is monitored, particularly in the workplace.
EN 14181 is a European standard which details the quality assurance procedures which are required to ensure that the emissions monitoring systems meet the measurement uncertainty requirements. It is important to know if your site operates to EN 14181.
This week’s blog will focus on how we can control phosphate levels as well as the nutrient sensor challenge.
This blog focuses on the variety of data that needs analysing and the reasons for doing so, to measure environmental performance.