Dust and Water Analysis


Dust Monitoring is commonly used to measure and analyse the level of dust that is present in the air of a particular area with the intention of creating a risk management plan to keep those working in the area safe, avoiding high levels of exposure that may be harmful. This is particularly important for quarries and construction sites as these are areas where the ground can often be unsettled, leading to an increase of dust particles in the surrounding air.

At Crestwood Environmental, we carry out a range of dust surveys and monitoring using equipment that provides accurate measurement of inhalable dust from filter papers using a microbalance with a readability of 0.001mg. This will be an important tool to assess work exposure to dust and will be critical with the changing HSE regulations regarding acceptable levels of dust exposure.


A range of water analysis can be undertaken and tailor made for the specific needs and information required by the client. The analyses include: pH, Redox, Conductivity, salinity, anion and cations analyses, total elemental concentrations, Biological oxygen demand, chemical oxygen demand, amongst others.


If you would like to contact us about our dust and water analysis services – please visit our contact page here. We operate all over the UK and beyond; our main base is located at the University of Wolverhampton Science Park in the West Midlands and we have additional staff posted in London, the south and north of England.
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