Professional Fentanyl Cleanup Services in the Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Area
Spaulding Decon is the company to turn to in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for fentanyl cleanup services. Our cleanup technicians hold industry licenses for cleaning drug residue and are highly trained on drug lab cleanup procedures. When they come to your home, they will arrive in an unmarked van to protect your privacy and wear personal protective equipment to ensure they follow top industry procedures for this type of cleanup. Our professional-grade, proprietary cleaning products and state-of-the-art tools will completely eradicate your home of fentanyl, and any other drug residue, and we will conduct thorough testing to make sure your home is safe to occupy.
What Color is Fentanyl
Fentanyl itself is white, but be on the lookout for green dust, as this is a clue that manufacturing has occurred. (Green dye is typically used in the manufacturing process, resulting in green dust.)
How Does Fentanyl Smell
Fentanyl does not have any discernable smell or taste.
Where Does Fentanyl Come From?
In the early 1990s, fentanyl became a commonly prescribed painkiller for patients experiencing severe pain and it is especially helpful for patients who are opioid-tolerant. China has become the primary source for fentanyl in the United States, with Mexico and Canada following closely behind. And, since fentanyl is now one of the top painkillers prescribed today, it has become easier and easier for this drug to be illegally distributed and abused.
What Does a Fentanyl Cleanup Process Look Like?
When Spaulding Decon comes to your location in Fort Lauderdale, FL, for a fentanyl cleanup, we will begin by sealing off your home to ensure no fentanyl escapes from your premises during our cleanup (since fentanyl can be absorbed by incidental contact, this is a vitally important step). Then, we will test your home to understand the extent of the drug manufacturing, work efficiently to rid your premises of all drug residue, and then do another test when we’re finished to ensure all fentanyl has been eradicated.