The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic highlighted the importance of decontamination and disinfection services. Leveraging more than thirty years of experience, our services focus on bringing disinfecting services to facilities of all types using our state-of-the-art technologies. Our teams of rapid response technicians are highly-trained professionals that closely follow scientifically developed protocols for maximum effectiveness.
Our decontamination specialists will connect with you within 24 hours.
Whether in healthcare facilities, daycares, or commercial buildings, ATI is the trusted choice for disinfection. We remain at the forefront of providing high efficacy disinfection and decontamination services while using the most cutting-edge technology available. We have partnered with Pathogen & Response Alliance (PR2) to develop the industry’s first COVID-19 certification and training program.
Our commercial decontamination services offer peace of mind to you, your employees, and building occupants. Our innovative disinfection methods include cleaning solutions, industrial-grade disinfectants, electrostatic sprayers, foggers, and ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI).
We initially clean an area before applying our decontamination solutions. All personal protective equipment (PPE) which is mandated for use by the respective products’ Safety Data Sheet are implemented. All work is completed in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) labels and applicable regulations. We evaluate your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, as well as general airflow and filtration to prevent the spread of any airborne pathogens.
Our training and service methodologies are based on the following:
American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
California Occupational Safety & Health Act (Cal OSHA)
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA)
Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC), such as S500 and S520
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
State and local guidelines
We always exercise social responsibility in all that we do. The first in the restoration industry to do so, ATI partnered with a world-recognized manufacturer of botanical antimicrobial cleaning products, Benefect®, to provide our own line of environmentally safe, eco-friendly, and sustainable cleaning products. These cleaners and disinfectants are plant-based, not synthetic, and do not require any human or environmental health warning labels.
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Professional disinfection services go further than general janitorial services to deep clean and disinfect any areas vulnerable to pathogens. Where typical cleaning services can overlook multiple locations and lack the ability to fully decontaminate, disinfection services utilize specialized equipment to eradicate contaminants.
Cleaning removes dirt, dust, crumbs, and germs from surfaces or objects – this may not necessarily kill mold, mold spores, bacteria, and viruses. Disinfecting uses chemicals (disinfectants) to kill these pathogens.
Our disinfection professionals inspect your facilities and identify the most pathogen-prone areas. They address typical building traffic and services provided within the building, then create a plan to target your building’s potential contaminated areas.
Our plan of action includes:
Yes. In fact, ATI’s commercial disinfection services are used across the country to prevent the spread of disease in commercial buildings, healthcare facilities, residential complexes, restaurants, etc.
This depends on a number of factors, including the risk level of your facility, size, the number of encumbrances (i.e., furniture, fixtures, equipment), times of occupancy, and more. Please call an ATI’s professional for more information.
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If there has been a sick person or someone who tested positive for COVID-19 in your facility within the last 24 hours, you should clean and disinfect the spaces they occupied immediately. Close off areas used by the person who is sick and do not use those areas until after cleaning and disinfecting. Do not deactivate central HVAC systems as these systems provide better filtration capabilities and introduce outdoor air into the areas that they serve. Call on a Remediation Contractor and make sure they use products from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) List N according to the instructions on the product label.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused numerous establishments to cease operations until authorization is granted. Check with your local or state regulatory authority to learn when you can safely reopen.
Having your facility decontaminated prior to re-occupancy will demonstrate to your employees, customers, and stakeholders that you are protecting their well-being! Prepare yourself for a more discerning workforce that will expect continuous, credible assurances that they are working in a safe environment. This will include clear displays of updated safety, health and wellness information, and resources throughout the building.
High-touch surfaces: light switches, elevator buttons, faucets, handrails, doorknobs, drapes, etc., should all be decontaminated. Our experts work with you to decide what building areas should be decontaminated based on a number of factors that may be unique to your business.
While many janitorial companies, HVAC contractors, carpet cleaners, and others in the cleaning industries have the expertise needed to perform commercial cleaning services and can provide deep cleaning, they may not have the sufficient experience, training, nor qualifications in COVID-19 related events to provide decontamination services.
We have over 30 years of infection control experience and our trained personnel provide the highest levels of disinfection while complying with the applicable safety and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards. Our trained technicians comply with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) decontamination guidelines while donning the appropriate PPE. ATI’s response to Sars-CoV-2, Ebola, and H1N1 outbreaks have helped us prepare for the COVID-19 outbreak.
Our commercial disinfecting projects are performed utilizing EPA-approved technology for emerging viral pathogens, including administering the same in accordance with the technology’s product label, safety data sheets, and EPA guidelines. Our equipment and vehicles are decontaminated before and after each project.
Yes, ATI is a national company and serves the North American Continent.