Congratulations to Evotech’s Richard Watts who has recently been awarded RESET Accredited Professional status.
The globally recognised RESET AP credential brings added confidence to clients, in the knowledge that Evotech Air Quality has the expertise and certifications needed to effectively and efficiently support them through the RESET Air assessment process.
RESET has been a forerunner in scientifically measuring, tracking, and reporting on indoor environmental quality for many years, providing a benchmark for leading third party green building certifications around the world. RESET Air sets monitoring requirements and performance targets for healthy indoor air in commercial and public buildings, and its requirements for continuous monitoring can be used to determine whether or not a space is considered healthy.
Recent scientific tests have shown that there is a direct link between the spread of Coronavirus and air pollution, with atmospheric PM creating a suitable environment for transporting the virus. By monitoring the quality of air in buildings and putting real-time data at the fingertips of building managers, Evotech engineers are able to take specific remedial action, including utilising the latest air filtration and sterilisation technologies, to filter out impurities down to PM1.0, and kill circulating bacteria and viruses, in working environments, educational settings, and public buildings.
Buildings carrying the RESET Air badge will be certified as following the proven RESET standards for the built environment, which will add credibility to air safe declarations.
Richard, who is a CIBSE Chartered Engineer, has also been accepted as a member of the National Institution of Environmental Sciences, which invests in the future of environmental health science by increasing awareness of the link between the environment and human health.
Being able to assess and certify buildings as RESET Air compliant completes the loop of environmental quality services Evotech offers starting with air quality monitoring and data analysis and backed up with specialist technical services to improve the quality of the air people breathe indoors.