Odor and VOC Control
Overview of BioLargo Engineering Solutions:
>Provide patented products that eliminate odors; doesn’t mask them
>Misting Systems: design, build, install, maintain, service options available
>Air Dispersion Modeling
>Meteorological Monitoring Systems
>Source/Ambient/Indoor Emissions Testing
>Resolve indoor air contaminants
BioLargo Engineering specializes in a broad suite of odor control solutions found at the four largest waste handling companies in the U.S., where we help control odors and VOCs at their transfer stations, landfills, and other odor producing facilities.
Our solutions include a blend of odor fighting products and engineering solutions that combine for a healthy workplace. Our industrial odor control division, Odor-No-More (www.odornomore.com) features CupriDyne Clean Industrial Odor Eliminator (www.cupridyne.com), which eliminates the odor-causing compounds and VOCs rather than masking them.
Regulating Indoor Air Quality
Air quality has become an important occupational health and safety issue. Over the years, energy conservation measures have led to airtight building construction that can create problems. Frequently the ventilation systems are not allowing fresh air to enter and circulate within the building. This restriction negatively impacts air by allowing a build-up of contaminants within the area that are not properly removed.
Supporting OSHA Guidelines
Likewise, OSHA requires companies have established and maintained an effective respiratory program since different hazards may require different respirators and employees are accountable for wearing the respirator properly and complying under the program guidelines. Additionally, we work to identify and remove airborne chemicals, carbon dioxide build-up, dust, molds or fungi, gases, vapors, and odors.
BioLargo Engineering investigates, tests and recommends corrective action for air quality problems such as mold, chemical contaminants such as formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, allergens, asbestos, lead and Building-Related Illness (BRI) or Sick Building Syndrome (SBS).
Our engineers will help you navigate this process efficiently and without compromises.