Stack Emissions Test Engineers Discover Kestrel Nest


The REC Air Quality team have been commissioned to carry out stack emissions testing for Formaldehyde at Unilin in Sedan, France. Unilin are a manufacturing company producing MDF, chipboard, roofing elements, shelving and laminate floors.

REC have been visiting Unilin once a month and on their latest visit, the team discovered two Kestrel nests; one on the platform adjacent to where the equipment had been set up and another on the platform below. Our engineers have captured photographs of these nests and have spotted two pairs of Kestrels flying around the site regularly, thought to be protecting the nest containing eggs.

The REC Air Quality engineers will be visiting the site again at the end of this month and are keen to see if the eggs have hatched.