“Hazmat” is an abbreviation for “hazardous materials. The materials noted are substances in quantities or forms that can pose a reasonable risk to your health, your residence or business, or the environment. Tucson residential or business property owners can find themselves faced with a hazmat cleanup challenge under many different circumstances. R&R Environmental is certified and prepared to help you through any confusion or concerns hazmat cleanup presents.
Hazmat cleanup involves the removal of fluids and chemical toxins that can be harmful and unhealthy to the environment and the individuals living or working in your Tucson residential or business property. Substances that require hazmat cleanup include but are not limited to:
Blood and blood products
Bodily fluids such as urine, feces, vomit, discharges
Deceased animals and animal waste products and fluids
Chemicals used in drug production and the final products
Scenarios where R&R Environmental can help with hazmat cleanup include:
Traumatic accidents and injuries
Illegal drug labs and distribution setups
Law enforcement response, compliance attempts, and evidence gathering
R&R Environmental utilizes Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered products, cleaners, and antimicrobials, to manage hazmat soiling cleanup and sanitization. We also invest in a broad array of equipment for fluid and solid collection, containment, odor control, and other mitigation and remediation tasks.
Technicians wear personal protective equipment (PPE) when mandated. The team completes training in labeling, lawful disposal, and documentation of all phases of hazmat cleanup.
R&R Environmental can perform needed demolition after hazmat cleanup. Our construction division can repair, replace, rebuild, remodel, and rebuild as required and approved by you and your insurance company, returning property to owners cleaned, sanitized, and restored.
You need not manage a property disaster or restoration issue on your own.
Planned or unexpected, we are always ready to assist or consult with you about any disaster restoration or construction need, question, or concern.