Air Pollution Odor, which is referred to as unpleasant smells, is considered as an environmental pollution issue. Many substances in the environment can produce different types of odor. Certain chemicals in the air can also be hazardous and these unpleasant odors can put your health at risk. Odors from different sources of contaminants can lead to nuisance complaints and to some, serious health complications.
Increased public awareness about air quality and changing environmental practices has resulted in the need for different methods to address concerns about odorous emissions from different sources.
EIS-ME Services offer a wide array of sampling and analytical methods to address different properties of odor compounds. Many of these chemical agents are also harmful and irritating at low levels. The target compound lists include amines, carboxylic acids, reduced sulfur compounds and odorous volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Our EIS-ME Engineers can assist you in Odor Testing to meet emission regulations for your business and community requirements. EIS-ME provides services for the assessment of environmental odors, complying with international standards.
ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Accreditation
EIS-ME adheres to quality procedures and complies with international standards.
Inhouse Calibration Laboratory
EIS-ME ensures instruments used for testing are calibrated according to factory recommendation & standards.
Qualified Engineers & Technician
EIS-ME Engineers are properly and professionally trained to deliver reliable testing services.
Advanced Environmetal Analyzers
EIS-ME uses precision instruments combined with the latest technology in every service that you require.
EIS-ME produces professional reports which are efficient, reliable and contain accurate & analytical data and information.
EIS-ME boast a lineup of international partners to deliver related services required.
Our Valued Clients
EIS ME aims to help Government Agencies & Private Companies with their needs and most importantly, to spark an initiative within them about changes for a safer and healthier environment.
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Al Barsha South 2, Umm Suqeim Road,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates