Wildfires and building fires impact the neighboring environment, not only causing airborne contaminants but also smoke, soot, ash, and char. This can negatively impact and damage building surfaces, air quality, water supply, and even soil.


Airborne particulate matter arising from wildfire smoke consists of harmful chemicals that may cause airway and lung irritation and severe health effects, including:

Worsening asthma symptoms


Compromised lung function

Heart failure

California has a Code of Regulations pertaining to outdoor worksites where employees may be exposed to wildfire smoke.

Envirocheck is proud to offer professional Smoke and Wildfire assessments near you in Orange County, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Northern California, as well as elsewhere in the USA.

We use analytical, scientific testing processes and methods to evaluate air quality and damage caused by smoke from wildfires. Many of the particulate components of smoke can eventually result in health conditions including cancer.

Our services include:

Combustion Byproduct Analysis – evaluation of residue materials from wildfires, building fires, and other combustion events resulting in the incomplete burning of wood, coal, gas, oil, kerosene, and propane. These materials include particulate matter comprising harmful ash, condensed soot, metal oxides, char, and inorganic solids.

Carbon Black – assessment and analysis of carbon powder obtained from soot following fires.

Particulate Characterization – identifying and grouping wildfire or other smoke particles for monitoring and risk assessment.

Clearance Inspections – for worker safety, building safety, and public health.

Contact Envirocheck

For smoke and wildfire assessments in Orange County, San Diego, Los Angeles, and elsewhere, contact Envirocheck now.

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