According to the World Health Organization, Guam’s air quality has an annual mean concentration of PM2.5 is 12 µg/m3, slightly above the recommended maximum of 10 µg/m3. The concentration of air pollutants is higher in more urbanized villages and also increases during pollen season. While air pollution in the territory is much less compared to major cities on the US mainland, the concentrations are still concerning enough that you may want to hire air quality services in Guam.
If you’re concerned about the quality of the air in your home or at your workplace, the Guam Phone Book connects you with the best air quality services in Guam. Whether you need to know how well your HVAC and air filtration systems are working or if you need a better way of finding out how to value a piece of property, the Guam Phone Book can help you reach out to the most experienced air quality assessment services in the territory.