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Lead Paint Is Still A Concern In Many Homes

2022-04-28T21:25:39+00:00April 28th, 2022|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips|

When it comes to hazardous materials, lead paint is not at the top of anyone’s list. In reality, most people do not even realize their homes could have lead paint. Lead paint was banned decades ago and shouldn’t be a problem. Unfortunately, lead paint is still a large problem throughout the United States. It is [...]

5 Common Residential Hazardous Materials

2022-04-28T19:18:33+00:00April 3rd, 2022|Hazardous Materials Info|

Households tend to have five common hazardous materials on the property. Hazardous materials can range from bothersome to deadly. Colorado Hazardous Environmental wants you to be educated on the hazards that could be lurking in your home. We will discuss five hazardous materials that we commonly see on residential properties. Sewage Sewage can enter your [...]

Asbestos Removal During The Spring – The Pros

2022-04-26T17:24:57+00:00March 22nd, 2022|Hazardous Materials Info|

Asbestos removal is a year-round operation because of its many hazards. Asbestos removal can be easier during certain times of the year, and one of those times is spring. Springtime not only has warmer weather but also better weather conditions. This can make asbestos removal easier for the hazardous materials removal company. Below, we will [...]

Mold Growth After Winter Weather

2022-04-26T17:18:34+00:00March 10th, 2022|Hazardous Materials Info, Mold Information|

Mold growth is a common occurrence after harsh winter weather. Mold remediation is one of the main calls we receive as winter turns to spring. The main reason we see mold growth after winter is because of water damage. Water damages are seen as snowmelts, and as the weather turns warmer, mold begins to grow [...]

Hazardous Materials That Are Common During The Winter Months

2022-03-01T18:13:21+00:00February 21st, 2022|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips|

Hazardous materials can occur on your property at any time of the year, but some are more common during the winter months. Below, we will discuss three types of hazardous materials that could be on your property. These materials are hazardous and should be removed by a company such as Colorado Hazardous Environmental. Rodents Rodents [...]

Lead Removal – The Importance

2022-02-04T18:18:33+00:00February 4th, 2022|Hazardous Materials Info|

Lead paint is one of the most widespread causes of lead poisoning in children and the elderly. While lead was banned during the 1980s, the old paint was still used by contractors for years after. Lead paint is no longer in circulation and should not be in newly built properties. If you own a previously [...]

Colder Weather Leads To More Rodent Infestations – Protect Your Property!

2022-02-04T17:35:28+00:00January 20th, 2022|Biohazards, Household Tips|

No one likes being left outside in the cold, and this includes rodents. As the weather turns colder, rodents will be searching for shelter, food, and water. Your attic, basement, and garage are all great options for rodents and are often easily accessible. You can do some things to help prevent a rodent infestation on [...]

5 Asbestos Myths You Need To Know!

2022-02-04T17:16:23+00:00January 5th, 2022|Asbestos Information, Hazardous Materials Info|

Asbestos is a word that has begun to strike fear in those that know what it is, but for those who don’t, it is still just a word. Today, Colorado Hazardous Environmental will take the time to explain some myths about asbestos to better educate the public on the true dangers of asbestos fibers. Asbestos-Related [...]

Hazardous Materials Removal – 5 Tips To Finding The Right Company For Your Needs!

2022-01-04T18:10:11+00:00December 18th, 2021|Asbestos Information, Service Info|

Hazardous materials fall under a large umbrella and can contain many different items and materials. Not all hazardous materials are the same. Biohazards like bodily fluids and blood need to be handled differently than chemical spills and asbestos removal. Hoarding cleanup can fall under many hazardous materials categories. It is essential to know what needs [...]

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