Community Air Monitoring

Colden air quality specialists protect residents from potential adverse health effects associated with environmental cleanups. Our community air monitoring services ensure that airborne contaminants are sufficiently contained on remediation work sites. We design and implement Community Air Monitoring Plans (CAMPs) in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. Applying air sampling and analysis methods devised by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Colden Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIHs) identify potential airborne contaminants and develop site specific plans for their monitoring and containment. Our professionals also serve as needed to implement CAMP monitoring, including instrumentation setup, documentation, reporting, and liaising with regulatory officials.

Colden’s Services

  • Design and implementation of Community Air Monitoring Plans (CAMPs)
  • Development of site-specific Health and Safety Plans (HASPs)
  • Monitoring of airborne stressors
  • Development of community air quality programs
  • Remediation design and oversight to protect community air quality and worker health and safety
  • Design and implementation of air quality control methods
  • Regulatory reporting
  • Evaluation of community complaints related to air quality
  • Risk communication with community stakeholders

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