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Here at AES environmental we are introducing a new free service as a part of our regular on-site NATA certification, with our accredited technicians.  This means that you are able to receive the electrical test and tag service free of charge when you  choose AES environmental for your NATA Certification to one of the following […]

We have recently updated out Contamination Control Labs Website to showcase the history of CCL online and are working on getting it more up to date over the next year.

Cytotoxic Standard Changes, Publication of AS2252.5. Standards Australia has published a new document, AS 2252.5, which concerns the construction and performance validation for Cytotoxic Drug Safety Cabinet’s (CDSC’s). The aim of this letter is to provide you with a brief on some of those changes and how they may impact on your laboratory in the future. […]

Our Clyde-Apac CG2000 Cytotoxic Drug Safety Cabinet (CDSC) was first produced in Australia in the late 1980’s. This model has only seen minor changes throughout the years with updates applied to the design as standards have developed. New technology has been introduced for the control system and fans, improving energy efficiency and ease of operation. Fundamentally the series remains the […]

Ozone generators are becoming increasingly popular in IAQ applications. This is against the recommendations of the NSW Health Department who have issued a statement on the potentially harmful consequences of using ozone to treat contaminated air. Ozone generators are particularly common in Kitchen Exhaust applications AES Environmental manufactures a kitchen exhaust system (EKEM) that utilises electrostatic precipitators, particulate […]

Can you locate your buildings air filters − how often are they checked? Do your staff members complain of a “stuffy” working environment? Did you know poorly maintained filtration systems can increase your operating costs? Ever wondered why coils and ducts become dirty in the first place? Improving your filtration can reduce duct and coil […]