Measuring the temperature and humidity within the building, otherwise known as the thermal comfort. Analysing ventilation and air flow throughout the building by evaluating carbon dioxide levels in the air. Higher levels of carbon dioxide often indicate the existence of other indoor pollutants. Identifying volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or chemical contaminants. Identifying microbial contaminants. This may be contributing to allergic responses in employees such as coughs, skin and eye irritations, and particulates. Detecting mould spores. Identifying any exterior source impacting on the air quality of your building. Monitoring and reporting on kitchen exhaust and garbage room odour.