The Ultimate Guide to Safety Procedures for Hazardous Material Removal

Many homes, schools, stores, restaurants, and other commercial buildings in this area were built decades ago. This means scary toxins like Asbestos could be lurking inside, in your attic insulation, floor tiles, pipes, and more. People in your home or workplace could fall victim to hazardous material exposure if it stays, yet mishandling the removal situation could end in disaster. So what can you do?

First of all, know that the best course of action, if you suspect you have dangerous toxins in your building, is to call the professional Asbestos removal experts at Clean Cut Abatement. We are a local and trustworthy business, with years of experience in Asbestos testing, Asbestos abatement, and lead removal. We serve all of Michigan including Wyandotte, Detroit, and more areas. If the building you’re concerned about is in our state, we’ll be out to inspect the area as quickly as possible. Once a toxin is found, we will immediately get to work with a removal plan.

Step #1 The first step of hazardous waste removal is evaluating what the problem is. If you suspect your building has Asbestos, we will send a team to come in and inspect all the materials in the building for traces of Asbestos in order to see what’s causing the problem. After retrieving samples, our team will send them off to a lab to get verified as to their content. Not only will we tell you what the problem is, we will also explain what method to use to remove it and what materials to use to remove and contain it. 

Step #2 All our equipment meets the safety standards set for health and safety. Proper safety procedure in hazardous waste removal requires all workers to wear PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). This will shield them from harm. If the problem is mold, they will need a mask that will block the spores from entering their nose and mouth, as well as gloves and goggles. Lead or Asbestos, on the other hand, will require more heavy-duty gear like full-face shields and body covering. Ventilators are also standard equipment used in serious toxin removal. 

Step #3 Once we come in and take all the hazardous waste out, we then remove it from your property and dispose of it. It should go without saying that you cannot just put it on the curb for trash pickup! We’ll also provide you with documentation on the materials and every step of the disposal procedure so you can know for sure that the hazard is eradicated. Once the records are finished, and the hazardous material is packed away, we’ll transport the material away on our trucks to the disposal site. 

We have years of experience handling the inspection, removal, and destruction of toxic materials. Let us go to work for you, so you can finally breathe easy again!

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Remove Asbestos Today

Don’t worry about the air you breath any longer; call in Detroit’s asbestos experts, Clean Cut Abatement.

We know exactly what to look for and how to remove any asbestos if it is found. We are a local and trustworthy business, which is exactly what you need in a potentially-dangerous situation such as this.

Contact us today to come out to your home if you recognize any of these signs or would like for an expert to look around. You can call us at 1-800-975-1697 or you can email admin@cleancutabatement.com. Don’t spend another day breathing in toxic air!

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