We carry out analyses and customized actions to verify and validate indoor air quality of buildings to comply with the current regulations. Our field of action is based on the implementation of action protocols to comply with the following Standards:
New points 38 and 39 of the RITE will be fulfilled after the modification of the RD 238:2013 with these certificates.
Indoor air pollution may have a significant effect on people's health and efficiency. This scenario may lead to an important loss of competitiveness and productivity to the company or public entity. It is very important to take the appropriate measures to guarantee indoor air quality and thus also guarantee employees' environmental comfort. The International Center for Indoor Environment and Energy (ICIEE) estimates poor indoor air quality to increase by 5% work absenteeism causing significant economic losses to companies or institutions.
In Adiquímica, we implement action protocols such as air microbiological control, air quality assessment and pollution measurement to validate indoor air quality. You will obtain UNE 171330 and UNE 100012 standards after our intervention. These standards are required to comply with the current regulations.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) indoor air quality is one of the main health hazards and it is estimated that 5000 people a day die in industrialized countries due to poor indoor air quality. It is important to consider that 30% of buildings may suffer from Sick building syndrome; therefore, it is very important to take the appropriate measures.
European biocide regulations establish that, from January 1, 2019, the use of products of the hypochlorite family that have not been registered in the ECHA is prohibited for the disinfection of drinking water systems and tanks.
Since June 2014, Adiquímica is part of the United Nations Global Compact initiative, on Human Rights, Labor, Environment and the fight against corruption. We have just renewed our commitment for one more year with the publication of a
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