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HEA 02: Post Construction Indoor Air Quality Plan and VOC Emissions

HEA 02: Post Construction Air Quality and VOC Emissions Testing

"To recognise and encourage a healthy internal environment through the specification and installation of appropriate ventilation, equipment and finishes."

Available Credits:

UK Refurbishment and Fit-out 2014:

  • Health & Wellbeing 02: Volatile organic compound (VOC) emission levels (products) – 1 credit.
  • Health & Wellbeing 02: Volatile organic compound (VOC) emission levels (post construction) – 1 credit.

 UK New Construction 2018:

  • Health & Wellbeing 02: Emissions from construction products – 2 credits.
  • Health & Wellbeing 02: Post-construction indoor air quality measurement – 1 credit.

Aim and Benefits:

The quality of the indoor environment is widely known to impact the health of the inhabitants. A large contributor to that are products used internally such as paints, varnishes and finishes in general which all emit VOC emissions. A BREEAM compliant building will reduce these levels as far as possible to ensure inhabitants have the maximum possible healthy working environment.

How can QuinnRoss Energy help?

QuinnRoss Energy can help organise your indoor air quality testing and provide test results that are in line with British Standards and conform to the layout and requirements the BRE expect.

Need Help With Your Project?

Contact one of our energy assessors today on 01795 845 780, or email us at hello@quinnross.energy

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When do I need HEA 02: Post Construction Indoor Air Quality Plan and VOC Emissions?

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