Using D7 in Meth Lab Remediation

Chemical cleanup, including meth lab remediation, requires effective products that neutralize or remove toxic chemicals. The safety of cleanup crews and future occupants is also a prime consideration. That’s why it is essential to select products that are safe to use, effective against meth lab chemicals and byproducts, and eliminate toxic residue. 

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6 Common (And Dangerous) Mistakes in Firefighter Decontamination

Once the imminent danger of an active fire has passed, firefighters are still at risk of exposure to harmful chemicals at the fireground. Building materials, furnishings, and other items can produce toxic chemicals when burned, leaving carcinogenic residue, and other harmful byproducts, on the surrounding surfaces. If not properly decontaminated, firefighter turnout gear can present an ongoing hazard to anybody who comes into contact with it. 

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5 Sanitation and Disinfection Tips for Food Truck Operations

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Decon7 Systems Employee Spotlight: Joe Hill

Passionate problem-solver and former Marine Joe Hill serves as the Senior Vice President at Decon7. We interviewed Joe to learn more about this key member of the team and his vision for the company’s future.

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Q&A with the Suffolk County Fire Academy Chief

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Meth Lab Remediation and the Dangers of Contamination

Although the number of meth labs in the U.S. is on the decline, every structure that has been used for that purpose has been contaminated. Property owners who discover a meth lab have a responsibility to keep occupants safe, either by condemning the building or providing meth remediation. Either path requires decontamination to protect construction workers, cleanup crews, future occupants, and anybody else who might come into contact with the space. 

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8 FAQs About D7

Determining which sanitizer to use in a food and biosecurity facility or public space is an important decision. In addition to being compliant with EPA standards, the sanitizer must also be easy to use, proven to work in challenging environments, and, of course, safe and effective. As a product, D7 meets all of these requirements, and as a company, Decon7 Systems exceeds them by building long-term partnerships to protect your brand and other valuable resources.

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What Does EPA Registered Disinfectant Mean?

When choosing cleaning products, one of the first steps is understanding the differences between cleaners, sanitizers, and disinfectants. If your goal is to eliminate both bacteria and viruses, you need a disinfectant. However, regardless of the product you choose, it needs to be registered with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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New Standards of Sanitation to Consider Post-COVID-19

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, people developed a newfound awareness of how disease spreads. There is now a better overall understanding of why it’s important to maintain good sanitation standards, especially in public or shared spaces. Although COVID-19 restrictions have loosened as vaccines roll out, there are some best practices we should continue to implement post-pandemic. 

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Product Feature: Electric Mixing Station


D7 consists of a three-part formulation that must be accurately mixed before application. Because D7 can be applied in multiple ways—spray, foam, fog, and soak—many companies find it useful to have a dedicated mixer that allows them to dispense the mixed product directly into their applicator of choice. This approach offers flexibility for the many ways D7 can be used in a facility.

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