Indoor Air Quality | USACE Buffalo

AirQuest performed indoor air quality sampling within several buildings located within the United States Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) Reservation Buffalo District. The investigation was requested by USACE in response to the USACE Command scope of work for indoor air quality sampling activities at the site.  Placement of the testing devices and locations for direct reading instruments was done with input from the USACE LRB Safety Office staff. The scope of the investigation included the following in select areas of the buildings: collection of readings for temperature, relative humidity, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ozone and ultrafine particulate levels using direct read instruments; 24-hour data logging of: temperature, relative humidity, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide; air sampling to identify airborne fungal particulate (non-viable) using spore traps; radon sampling and laboratory analysis; and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) sampling and laboratory analysis by EPA Method TO-15.