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Biohazard Remediation Services

Is Your Business Safe?

Re-entering a facility after COVID-19 requires more than basic cleaning or janitorial services, it requires a company with the experience of handling biohazard cleaning and virus outbreaks.

Studies have found the Coronavirus remains infectious outside the host from two hours to 9 days.


The General Duty Clause, Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act of 1970, 29 USC 654(a)(1), which requires employers to furnish to each worker “employment and a place of employment, which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm.”


**Special note:  National Restaurant Association requires all restaurants perform a thorough detail-clean and sanitize the entire facility, especially if it has been closed. 


Spray disinfectants and hand wiping are only effective on the areas touched. 


Disinfectant fogging systems penetrate every crevice and kill organisms, including COVID-19 in minutes. The fogging system actually reduces the size of the particles which helps provide better coverage and more even distribution of the chemical disinfectant. Which in turn reduces the impact on materials that are sensitive to moisture such as paper, carpet or fabric.

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Fogging is used in laboratories to remove microbial contamination. A solution of hydrogen peroxide and silver are sprayed in the form of aerosols.  The small particles of disinfectant solution suspend in the air and kill the air borne bacteria, fungus and their spores, at a 99.9% effective rate. This solution leaves no residue after fogging as it decomposes into water and oxygen and evaporates.

Be Ahead of the Regulation

Don't risk the safety of your customers and employees to assuming all surfaces have been wiped clean.  Rest assured the viruses are killed. 

Don't just be disinfected.  Be decontaminated.


Upon completion we provide a certificate showing your restaurant has been decontaminated over the CDC, OSHA, EPA and WHO sanitation guidelines using registered industrial strength disinfectants and techniques ensuring your customers and employees feel safe.

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