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Costs vary depending on the size of the space, the number of treatments needed, and the time it will take to fully decontaminate. Consult with ATI to get a price estimate.

That depends on the size of your space and the severity of the contaminants present in your building and what other cleaning and disinfection methods are being used.

No. The light from UVGI technology is only dangerous for the microorganisms that are targeted by this technology.

ATI’s several decontamination case studies have highlighted the effectiveness of electrostatic sprayer technology. One study consisted of the use of fogging to decontaminate former COVID-19 treatment rooms.

Depending on the size of what is being disinfected, electrostatic disinfection takes around 30-45 minutes to decontaminate an average-sized room.

ATI offers state-of-the-art sterilization of pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, mold, mold spores, and fungi. Some viruses controlled by electrostatic sprayers include SarsCoV, H1N1, Ebola, and COVID-19.

Using both positive and negative charges, electrostatic sprayers can make electromagnetic disinfectants that stick to surfaces. This allows for total disinfection coverage to any indoor space.

Our biohazard cleanup teams use CDC and EPA approved solutions that will thoroughly clean any medical waste, bodily fluids, animal waste, trauma scene, or in an otherwise biohazardous situation. Our trained technicians will also properly dispose of sharps, soiled garments, bed linens, bandages, or any other infectious material that has the potential to contaminate. Appropriate PPE will be utilized when tackling these projects.

If there is a chemical spill on the property, the team will wear PPE to protect themselves from harmful contaminants in the air and on surfaces as they work, which prevents cross-contamination. Chemical spills can require a variety of specialized cleaning materials and techniques geared toward the specific chemicals involved. ATI technicians strictly follow OSHA, CDC, and EPA guidelines to address chemical spills. 

Drafting a thorough business continuity plan prior to any disaster is key. Outside of a remote work plan, many building owners identify temporary office options in the event of structural disaster recovery. Ask us for our expert opinion on how you can minimize business interruption during this time

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