Get Back to Business with CCI’s Professional and Prompt Coronavirus Response
CCI Environmental Services is committed to providing continuous, uninterrupted service to our customers during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak. We are fully equipped to mitigate this threat, and our highly trained CCI personnel stand prepared to provide decontamination services where facilities have been impacted by this, or any other, infectious disease. CCI is equipped to assist you in protecting your staff and your customers as you resume business. We can either do an initial disinfection or set up a disinfecting schedule to meet your company’s needs. CCI uses a variety of methods based on your needs to provide the right level of decontamination services. CCI will safely apply disinfectant to your facility using EPA approved disinfectants. We will focus on the eradication of the virus while wearing level C PPE with full face respirators and full body protection.
Qualified to Respond
CCI has been a leader in the environmental and hazardous response field since 1989. All of our response services operate under the guidance of OSHA’s HAZWOPER Standard. We use EPA registered disinfectants that are on EPA’s N-list and approved for use against the novel coronavirus. We routinely perform decontamination services and cleaning for many industries, in many settings, and we do so safely. Our trained personnel handle hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams daily and have the experience and professionalism to provide the highest levels of service for your COVID-19 decontamination needs.
Our Experience with Decontamination of Infection Substances
Many members of our project management and leadership team have taken part in response to other infectious diseases including, but not limited to:
Ebola Virus– spraying disinfectant in the barracks, at Ft. Bragg, for the soldiers returning from West Africa.
Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza– assisting poultry farms in depopulation, cleaning, and disinfecting to return the premise to operation.
Anthrax Attacks– cleaning and disinfecting using chlorine dioxide at both Brentwood and Trenton, NJ post offices.