Hazmat Cleaning Services in Toronto

Hazmat Cleaning

Due to the toxicity (toxin Wiki) of animal and particularly bat droppings, diseases such as Histoplasmosis, roundworm and ringworm can cause serious damage to you and your family’s health.

Hazmat cleaning is essential in extreme cases. Our technicians specialize in this area and are equipped with the proper hazmat protection in order to provide a safe service. A partial cleaning of your attic or reinsulationmay be required after removing any wildlife from your home. Depending on the severity of the problem, in some homes we will recommend reinsulating the entire attic instead of, or in addition to attic cleaning.

When is Hazmat Cleanup in Mississauga Necessary?

Understanding the proper time to call Innovative Care of the Environment for hazmat cleanup in Mississauga is important to keep your home and family safe. We strongly recommend our service when raccoons, birds or squirrels have invaded your attic space. While they don’t pose an immediate threat, there is a risk they could be carrying a disease that could put you and your family in danger. However, if bats have invaded your home, hazmat services in Toronto are absolutely required, as bats and the material they carry are highly toxic.

Should either situation apply to you and your family, be sure to contact us as soon as possible to quickly and safely eliminate the problem. Once you have accepted our quote, our team will schedule your service appointment within a 48 to 72 hour time frame.

Disposal of Toxic Materials

In the case that you do require hazmat cleaning services in Toronto, you can rest assured that once all feces and soiled insulation is removed, all of the toxic materials will be handled and disposed of according to all Ministry Guidelines.

Please take the time to research these diseases in order to keep your family safe:

Histoplasmosis

Histoplasmosis is an infection brought on by a fungus found in bird and bat droppings. While not serious if confined to the lungs, it can be fatal if it is left untreated and allowed to spread to multiple organ systems throughout the body. Its acute phase is defined by flu-like respiratory symptoms.

Nematode

Nematodes are multicellular, microscopic-sized worms of which there are approximately one million species of. The species Trichinella spiralis is found in rats, pigs and humans. It is commonly known as roundworm and is responsible for causing the Trichinosis disease. The species Baylisascaris is frequently found in wild animals and can be deadly to humans.

Ringworm

Ringworm—Dermatophytosis—is a contagious itching skin disease characterized by the appearance of two or more red circular patches. It is caused by fungi and typically infects the scalp or feet. The most common form is known as athlete’s foot.