Disease can strike anywhere and at any time. It can spread from our home in Orange, CT all across Connecticut and anywhere else beyond its borders. When it comes to the current spread of the Coronavirus and other diseases, we strongly encourage you to take the necessary precautions to protect yourself and others, such as social distancing, practicing proper hygiene, and, of course, decontaminating anything you might come into contact with. A potential issue with that, however, is that while some standard methods of sanitizing and disinfecting are helpful for you, they have the unintended adverse effect of bringing harm to the environment. But there’s an easy way to protect yourself and our delicate ecosystem at the same time.
With Green Restoration handling your infectious disease decontamination, you can get rid of the traces of contagions that may be lingering in your home or place of business, while also helping to protect our environment through the use of green products and methods! In this way, we have been helping residents of Orange, CT, as well as other counties in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York for years. At a time when the Coronavirus is spreading at the increasingly rapid rate we have seen, our services have become even more important than they’ve ever been before. When outbreaks occur in Orange, CT and its surrounding areas, we are the ones who can decontaminate and disinfect your property while keeping our commitment to helping to improve and protect our environment. Give us a call today to see how we can help you with infectious disease decontamination.
What Goes Into Our Infectious Disease Cleaning?
When we take on an infectious disease decontamination job, we take all measures necessary to disinfect anything on your property that may have been contaminated by contagious disease. This process also includes making sure that there is no cross-contamination with anything else in your home or place of business, resulting in complete remediation of the contaminants once our infectious disease cleaning is finished. Upon completion, we make sure to verify that the area meets hospital-level standards of disinfection, so that the threat of illness is eliminated.
With our antimicrobial EPA registered, CDC recommended disinfectants and solutions of decontamination, combined with all the proper safety precautions necessary for a job such as this, you can feel confident that the area in question will be free of any trace of illness. Whether you are from Orange, CT, where we are headquartered, or if you are from another area of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York that we serve, we can make your home or business happy and healthy once more.
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Infectious Disease Decontamination FAQs
This type of cleanup involves removing all contaminants or hazardous substances from a location or object. Once the cleanup is complete, the risk of spreading infectious diseases and being exposed to harmful chemicals decreases significantly.
Infectious diseases can spread in many ways, including:
- Direct contact with an infected person or animal
- Droplet transmission, such as an infected person sneezing or coughing on you
- Contact with an infected person’s germs left behind on objects
- Consuming food or beverages that have been contaminated
Just as there are many ways infectious diseases can spread, there are also many ways to prevent the spread, including:
- Washing your hands frequently
- Not sharing personal items
- Disinfecting frequently touched surfaces as much as possible
- Covering your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough
- Avoiding contact with people who are sick
There isn’t an easy answer to this question as it depends on what treatment is available to an individual as well as what risk factors may be at play. But some of the deadliest infectious diseases include Ebola and the Marburg virus.
Communicable diseases are contagious diseases that spread when coming into contact with infected bodily fluids or blood. In short, if a disease is communicable it’s infectious. However, not all infectious diseases are communicable.
– Hand cleaning of all horizontal and frequently contacted surfaces such as: door handles, keyboards, desks, seating areas, handrails, copiers and printers, shopping carts, production equipment, touch screens and more.
– Green Restoration will apply a disinfection solution to frequently touched porous surfaces. Green Restoration will apply an EPA-registered, hospital-grade disinfectant to all hard and soft surfaces. All restrooms within the facility will be disinfected from top to bottom including: walls, floors, toilets, sinks, partitions, counters and all other surfaces within the restrooms.
-Green Restoration COVID-19 cleaning and disinfection processes provides you with the most comprehensive service available, while avoiding unnecessary costs. Our technicians are trained in biohazard cleanup and certified by the IICRC. In addition, each employee is trained on the proper use of personal protective equipment to not only protect their safety, but also limit the chance of cross-contamination
MRSA can spread when one person touches the skin of an infected person or an object that has the bacteria on it.
If you have swollen, painful red bumps that almost look like bug bites or pimples, you may have MRSA. These spots often feel warm to the touch and are sometimes full of drainage such as pus. Infected patients sometimes also have a fever.
Clostridium difficile (aka C. diff) bacteria and spores can be found in feces. When a person comes into contact with an object or surface an infected person has touched and then touches their mouth, the disease spreads.
Once you’ve been exposed, your C. diff symptoms could appear within one day or even two months later. However, they will most commonly show up between five and ten days after exposure.
Unfortunately, C. diff can come back even after the symptoms go away. This is because of the spore component. Antibiotics have little effect on spores.
For a person to become infected with bloodborne pathogens, the pathogens must enter the body such as though a needle or a cut. The pathogens from the infected person can come from their blood or another bodily fluid.
If your home or business has been contaminated with an infectious disease, you should definitely get professional diseases decontamination cleanup. This is the safest, most effective way to stop the spread of any infectious disease.
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