Hazardous Materials That Are Common During The Summer

2021-07-23T20:26:39+00:00May 6th, 2021|Hazardous Materials Info, Service Info|

Hazardous materials are around all year, but Summer can bring on more activity surrounding hazardous materials. Colorado Hazardous Environmental wants you to be safe from all hazardous materials this Summer. Below, we will discuss a few hazardous materials that could cause you problems this summer. Mold is the most common hazardous material that you might [...]

What is Black Mold?

2021-07-23T19:00:33+00:00April 25th, 2021|Hazardous Materials Info, Service Info|

Mold is a hazardous material that grows freely throughout nature. We see mold in nature every day, but it is a different story when mold is spotted inside your home. In the outdoors, there is enough air to prevent you from becoming ill from mold exposure. In your home, you are trapped in a confined [...]

Illnesses That Stem from Hazardous Materials

2021-07-23T18:51:07+00:00April 8th, 2021|Hazardous Materials Info, Service Info|

Hazardous materials are abundant in the United States. From asbestos and lead to radon and pathogens, all hazardous materials have side effects and major illnesses that can stem from exposure. Below we will talk about some of the illnesses that can arise from hazardous material exposure. Mold Mold symptoms and illnesses are usually all respiratory-related. [...]

Flexibility When Dealing with Asbestos Removal in Commercial Properties – The Pros

2021-07-22T21:51:33+00:00March 20th, 2021|Asbestos Information, Service Info|

When it comes to commercial properties and asbestos removal, things can become difficult fast. Many companies refuse to work with the client when providing asbestos removal. This can not only cause friction, but it can also result in the company losing out on money if they must close down operations. Working with a flexible asbestos [...]

Is Your Property The Victim Of A Crime Scene? Call A Hazardous Materials Professional!

2020-11-17T00:36:12+00:00October 22nd, 2020|Hazardous Materials Info, Household Tips, Service Info|

Crime scenes occur more regularly than we would all like to admit, but when they do occur at our homes or businesses, it becomes even more real. What do you do now that your property was the victim of a crime scene? Do you clean it up? Do you just move on as nothing happened? [...]

Commercial Demolition and Asbestos Removal Safety

2020-04-02T22:49:56+00:00March 5th, 2020|Service Info|

Older commercial properties most likely contain asbestos fibers in the construction materials. As older buildings begin to deteriorate or need to be destroyed to make room for a newer building, problems can arise. Some certain laws and regulations must be followed before a commercial property can go ahead with the demolition process. Asbestos testing and [...]

Crime Scene Cleanup and Your Commercial Property

2020-01-22T21:05:33+00:00December 22nd, 2019|Hazardous Materials Info, Service Info|

Unfortunately, crime scenes do happen on commercial properties. No one wants to talk about it or live it, but it is a sad reality. What happens if your commercial property was the scene of a crime? Who cleans up the mess? Is it safe to clean up? Could it be harmful? Crime scenes can contain [...]

Winter Asbestos Removal

2020-01-21T21:18:40+00:00November 3rd, 2019|Service Info|

Asbestos is hazardous and should be removed as soon as possible from your home or business. If your property has tested positive for asbestos, you should not wait to have it removed. Asbestos is known to cause respiratory problems, cancer, and even death. Colorado Hazardous Environmental is certified and licensed to remove asbestos safely from [...]

Crime Scene Cleanup – The Importance of Hazardous Material Removal Professionals

2020-01-21T21:03:58+00:00October 18th, 2019|Hazardous Materials Info, Service Info|

Crime scenes happen every day throughout the United States, but what happens if it is your home or business? What do you do after a shocking crime scene or suicide? How do you deal with the mess that has been left behind? Is it even safe to touch anything? Dealing with a crime scene or [...]

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