Growing awareness of the impact of human activity on the environment and public health has led to the development and use of different methods and technologies to monitor and reduce the effects of pollution. To this end, governments have adopted legislative and political measures to minimise these effects and ensure compliance with environmental measures. The participation of technically competent accredited organizations gives society the confidence that pollution and environmental protection are being managed correctly.


  • Sampling, testing and inspections for the characterisation and control of waste produced by industrial facilities, businesses and activity hubs.
  • Checking of compliance with the requirements of Environmental Authorisations in industrial facilities, businesses and activity hubs.
  • Sampling and testing for air quality control: air emissions, ambient air, calibration of automatic measuring systems, olfactometry.
  • Sampling, testing and inspections for the characterisation of waste based on composition, presence, behaviour and toxicological effects.
  • Radiation Protection. Determination of levels of environmental radioactivity, internal and external personal dosimetry and environmental dosimetry.
  • Acoustic tests: control of noise pollution and vibrations, acoustic control in buildings, acoustic behaviour of construction materials and elements, noise emissions from diverse sources and noise in the workplace.
  • Sampling, testing and inspections to assess the ecological quality of water collection resources – inland waters, marine waters, sediment, aquatic organisms.
  • Studies for the declaration of contaminated soils.
  • Environmental verification under the European Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS).
  • Emissions verification of facilities and activities subject to the European Union Emissions Trading System: combustion facilities, refineries, cement production, lime, glass, ceramic or pulp and paper products, and aviation.
  • Certification of Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001) in diverse sectors (food, energy, transport, communications, construction, chemicals, automotive, retail, hospitality, general government, education, health, etc.).
  • Certification of the management system of producers of materials no longer considered "waste".

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