Tear gas Cleanup
-We are available 24/7
-We have an immediate response time
-We are compassionate & discrete
-We are locally owned and operated
-There are no out-of-pocket costs in most cases
-Most situations are covered by homeowners insurance
-Fully licensed and insured
Tear gas is a chemical substance used by law enforcement agencies as a non-violent means of extraction in a variety of ways. Tear Gas cleanup requires a specially trained professional to be able to safely rid the premises of the tear gas. Without proper remediation, re-entry into the premises is nearly impossible. If a home or place of business is not properly remediated following the use of Tear gas, the effects can be overwhelming. Persistent eye, nose, and lung irritation will occur, as well as difficulty breathing. The professionals at Rocky Mountain Biohazard has special training and expert knowledge that are needed to properly and thoroughly to decontaminate your home or place of business.
Self cleanup of tear gas from crime scenes is not recommended, and virtually impossible unless you have the proper tools and safety equipment. Professional cleaning is necessary to remove all traces of tear gas contamination which can seep into walls and other surfaces. Movement will cause the tear gas irritant to become airborne and cause watery eyes and respiratory distress.
CN and CS are the most widely used versions of tear gas, around 15 different types of tear gas have been developed worldwide. CS has become the most popular tear gas due to its strong effect and lack of toxicity in comparison to other versions of tear gas chemical agents. Persons who have been in contact with CS tear gas experience the effects of vomiting and burning sensation of the skin.
The tear gas chemical reacts with moisture on the skin and eyes, causing a burning sensation and the immediate forceful shutting of the eyes. Reported effects can include tears streaming from the eyes, running nose full of mucus, burning in the nose and throat areas, disorientation, dizziness and restricted breathing. In highly concentrated doses of tear gas contamination it can induce severe coughing and vomiting.
The chemicals found in tear gas must be very carefully cleaned by professionals. If these chemicals are not treated by trained professionals, they can reactivate, causing harm to anybody who comes in contact with the reactivated chemicals. The crew at Rocky Mountain Biohazard uses tried and tested methods for cleaning and remediating tear gas situations.
Why chose Rocky Mountain Biohazard?
Rocky Mountain Biohazard is here to help you make a difficult situation easier. We have professional crews who are discrete, arrive in an unmarked white truck, remain calm, and have your and the general publics’ best interests in mind. Rocky Mountain BioHazard technicians are compassionate when working with family and clients and can help guide you through the process by clearly explaining the situation. Years of experience and training have propelled us to the top of the list when unexpected and unfortunate accidents happen.
Call Rocky Mountain BioHazard to discuss your particular situation and to schedule a ESTIMATE. All calls are confidential and you will speak directly with the owner 24/7 to determine how we can help.