Indoor air, residential toxins, radon

When buildings make you ill

Healthy indoor air

Healthy indoor air is crucial for health and well-being - at home and at work. We spend up to 90% of the day indoors. Emissions from furnishings, cleaning agents or building materials can have an impact on indoor air quality.

Targeted measurements can usually determine whether so-called "indoor toxins" such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde or biological germs can cause health problems. We are happy to advise and support you with the relevant clarifications and accompany remediation work.

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas and is found throughout Switzerland. If it enters buildings and accumulates in living spaces, high levels of exposure are possible - with harmful consequences for health.

Measurements in schools and kindergartens are obligatory under the Radiation Protection Ordinance, as are measurements at workplaces exposed to radon (e.g. underground buildings, water supply systems, etc.). Radon exposure should also be known at other workplaces or in living spaces. Building owners are obliged to consider the radon problem when renovating and constructing new buildings and to take precautionary structural radon protection measures. The radon concentration can be measured easily and inexpensively using Dosimeter measure.

Our radon specialists advise building owners and construction experts on protection and remediation measures.

Ecosens is characterized by the Swiss Certification Body for Construction Products (S-Cert AG) certified for air measurements and recognized by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) as a Radon measuring point recognized.

Our services

Our environmental professionals can assist you with the following services:

Many years of experience and broad professional expertise

Ecosens is certified by the Swiss certification body for building products (S-Cert AG) and is a recognized radon measuring body

Contact

Pascal Diefenbacher

Head of Indoor Air Quality

Pia Buser

Project manager for indoor air quality, radon expert

Raphael Rapold

Project manager indoor air quality

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