Among the senses in the body, the sense of smell is what first alerts an individual of a chemical pollutant in the air. The inhalation of strong chemicals such as cleaning agents could have a reactionary effect on individuals causing unexpected irritations in the throat or eyes or even the nose.
The effect of an odor on one’s health is directly related to the sensation that accompanies the odor itself. However, odors could also prompt illnesses including asthma, hypersensitivity, depression etc. There are some odors that go beyond causing illnesses and erode the ability of individuals to concentrate and even contribute towards creating an unpleasantness for that particular environment.
Odors that are unpleasant could arise from industrial wastage, whatever the industry whether it be chemical refineries, or treatment plants for sewage. In order to ensure that your work environment is free of odors that are harmful to the health of employees, AOM offers a range of solutions and is willing to discuss one that best suits your needs. To learn more call (632) 3556489 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how we can help.