Garbage Chute Cleaning
Think about what is actually thrown down a garbage chute and the process of what happens to the garbage. Residents will often throw diapers, rotten fish, eggs, old food and so much more. You name it and residents have most likely tossed it down the chute! Rubbish gathers momentum when it is thrown down a chute resulting in the garbage bags often bursting on impact when it either compacts with the side of the chute or hits the bottom of the chute. This results in filthy build up sticking to the sides of the garbage chute and the compactor below. This build up harbors dangerous bacteria detrimental to personal health. Scientists would probably have a hard time of working out the combination of bacteria! Some garbage chutes go for years without being cleaned, imagine what harmful and dangerous nasty germs are waiting to escape each time a chute door opens.
Chutes2Clean Is Here To Help!
Pest2Kill Exterminating's sister company Chutes2Clean Environmental Solutions, offers offers a range of residential and commercial cleaning services, including one-time or regular cleaning appointments, and much more! With a full The quality of our service speaks for itself. Our process cleans, deodorizes, and is environmentally safe. We first use 3,500 pounds of pressure as we blast the chute clean with a 240° solution of botanical bactericide and insecticide. We then saturate the chute with bacteria and odor killing solutions that continue to work in between regular cleanings. For your safety and the safety of our environment, we use only EPA registered, FDA approved, natural botanical solutions. Dirty compactor chutes may contain waste matter, bacteria ridden food remnants, and other toxins. They also provide an ideal nesting place for insects and vermin. Chutes2Clean's method of cleaning and sanitizing trash chutes will rid your building of these problems as well as eliminate the source of unpleasant odors from hallways and basements. Included in our service is the cleaning of hopper doors and compactors. A final rinse of enzyme and the application of a custom-deodorizing agent completes the process.
How often should trash chutes be cleaned and why clean a trash chute?
Disturbing smells are not only distracting, they also can be dangerous. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, poor indoor air quality can cause short-term problems such as irritation of the eyes, nose and throat; headaches; dizziness and fatigue. Long-term health problems can develop after years of exposure to harmful air pollutants. Cleaning trash chutes is a form of source air pollutant control. By eliminating the source of bacteria, which causes the foul odor, you also eliminate a significant source of air pollution. it is a dirty job but somebody has to do it! This is why Chutes2Clean is here to help! The rubbish chute, which encompasses the main chute, hopper doors and the garbage room below the chute, is often the most neglected part of the building yet it is the dirtiest. A neglected garbage chute can create many problems for residents, building staff and building managers.
Trash chutes should be cleaned at least once or twice a year; depending on how often residents use the trash chute. Garbage chute cleaning should be considered routine preventive maintenance. Chutes in high-rise buildings are especially difficult to clean effectively.
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