Can Your Building Pass the Health Test?
- Not every school has had students
and staff refusing to attend because of building health problems.
- Not every office has had more than
half of its employees refusing to report to work because of headaches, sore throats and respiratory complaints.
every hotel has had to be stripped to the wall studs to eliminate mold and mildew odors, damage and health problems.
every hospital has had a half million gallons of water flooding the building to create potentially devastating bacterial and
Most buildings don’t have such
obvious dangers, but every building has the potential for major environmental problems — problems which, if ignored,
can and will cause physical damage, odors, loss of productivity, lost clients or guests, infection, illness, failed or contaminated
products, increased health claims and litigation.
These indoor environmental problems may seem extreme, but they are real
— and common. Each was solved cost-effectively by the unique system used by ESS-Environmental Structural Solutions.
ESS blends professional
disciplines ranging from microbiology to construction to law, comprehensive diagnostic and analytical tools, specialized treatment
techniques and continuing facilities management skills with an exclusive antimicrobial chemistry.
The antimicrobial application ESS uses is the keystone tool
for biological contamination. It involves problems and it prevents problems. It controls the sources of microbial contamination
for extended periods and has been doing it safety and cost-effectively for more than a decade.
The choice is yours. You can ignore
the complaints. You can live with them and hope nothing serious happens. You can use ever increasing amounts of conventional
(and often highly toxic) disinfectants, sanitizers and biocides. You can hire eminent consultants to make recommendations.
Or, you can solve your problems.
offices, schools, hospitals, and hotels referred to above are real examples. If you like hard scientific data on laboratory
test, microbiology, chemistry or toxicity and peer reviewed articles from prestigious journals, we’ll be happy to supply
But we’d rather show you data from actual buildings which no longer have problems. It’s
a long, long way from the test bench to the real world.