Setting up a control solution for wet chemistry laboratories is a great necessity. Air pollution is very detrimental to both the public and those working in chemical laboratories. Many of the infections and diseases that affect the respiratory tract and other internal organs can be associated to the inhaling of harmful elements. Toxic gases escape into the air in and around any chemistry laboratory.
The chemical laboratories that carry out analytic experiments have greater rates of toxic gases release and the risks for respiratory infections stand at the highest rate around such labs. The chemical fume hood materials are hazardous. They may hover around wet chemistry labs for long unnoticed, that is why they need proper control right from the release point. Research shows that the release of these elements is not only toxic to humans but also detrimental to the environment, which includes trees and animals. For that reason, wet chemistry lab controls should be built with the following objectives in mind