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Articles by Airzone One staff

Airzone’s experience with the oil and gas industry Arctic Activities Beryllium: An unrecognized occupational exposure issue Environmental regulations covering power blackouts and air pollution control Methods development for measurement of personal exposures...

Beryllium: An unrecognized occupational exposure issue

By: Jacqueline Ammah Beryllium is valued for its strength, elasticity, lightness, and excellent thermal conductivity. Primarily used as an alloy, about a quarter of world production is in pure form; the rest is processed to form salts and oxides. Recognized as toxic...

Methods development for measurement of personal exposures

By: Phil Fellin In several contracts, methods were developed to determine airborne volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in indoor environments and in the personal breathing zone. Passive sampling devices (PSDs) were developed to evaluate indoor airborne concentrations...

Airzone’s experience with the oil and gas industry

By: Phil Fellin AirZOne staff has conducted national-scale exposure studies for benzene in gasoline stations as well as measurements at refineries and oil upgrading facilities. Ambient levels and personal exposures to benzene and other airborne compounds were...

Arctic Activities

By: Phil Fellin The Arctic is a vast area comprising about 9% of the earth’s surface. The northern ecosystem is characterized by relatively low biological productivity, organisms that are long-lived and develop slowly, low species diversity but large populations...