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Serving Cupertino and Santa Clara
Hazardous materials cleanup is a service provided by Service
Master All Care Restoration that is increasingly in demand. Enterprises such as service stations,
hospitals, and many types of businesses routinely so-called “dangerous goods”
and require hazardous materials cleanup.
But hazardous materials are also common in the home. The government
classifies everyday substances such as detergents, cosmetics, cleaning
chemicals, and pesticides as hazardous. Many industrial and agricultural
materials are also considered hazardous.
The operators at Service Master All Care Restoration are on
duty all day, every day, to answer questions if you think you need hazardous
materials cleanup. Call us at 408-885-0280 and our certified technicians will
respond quickly and professionally.
Because we carry the Standard of Care from the Institute of
Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and certification
from the National Institute of Decontamination Specialists, we have the
training to clean up hazardous materials, using state of the art equipment and
environmentally-friendly cleaning agents. We also follow all government laws
that regulate disposal.
Why should items such as paints and pesticides concern you?
Even common items can be a threat to health if not disposed
of correctly. While many chemicals help us do our jobs, certain chemicals and
materials have been found to cause everything from breathing problems to cancer.
We offer hazardous material cleanup in the northern California
cities of Cupertino and Santa Clara, as well as Campbell, Gilroy, Los Gatos,
Milpitas, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Saratoga, and San Jose.
If you encounter a situation that involves materials and
chemicals you suspect could be hazardous, give us a call. Our number is 408-885-0280
and we’re available 24 hours a day. If there is a risk to health, we’ll be able
to instruct you and determine if a hazardous material cleanup is needed.