Fentanyl Cleanup Services Expertly Provided by Spaulding Decon for Residents in and Around Hartford, CT
If you suspect your home or business in Hartford or another nearby city in Connecticut has been infected by the dangerous fentanyl substance, count on Spaulding Decon for expert cleanup service. We have been in the specialty cleanup industry since 2005, and we understand the intricacies involved in drug lab cleanup. Fentanyl is a drug when used responsibly can provide immense relief for those with chronic pain. But in recent years, drug manufacturers have taken to lacing it in cocaine and heroin to damaging effects. Even the tiniest dose can be life threatening, which is why it is so important to call on Spaulding Decon to provide a fentanyl cleanup for your home or business if you suspect this substance is present on your property.
What Are the Effects of Fentanyl?
Used responsibly, fentanyl provides pain relief and relaxed muscles and is a necessary part of any medication regimen for those with chronic pain. However, when not used appropriately, fentanyl can provide unpleasant side effects, such as vomiting, hallucinations, seizures, confusion, and more. If fentanyl is used irresponsibly for a long time, more serious side effects can present, including worsening pre-existing medical conditions and damaging your organs.
What Color is Fentanyl?
While fentanyl on its own is white, if you notice green dust anywhere around your property, that could be a sign that fentanyl manufacturing has taken place. This is because green dye is often used in the manufacturing process and produces a green dust.
Is Fentanyl Safe if Prescribed by a Doctor?
Yes - and this is the only proper way to use fentanyl. Many times doctors will prescribe fentanyl to cancer patients or those with chronic pain to provide necessary pain relief.
What Does the Fentanyl Cleanup Process Look Like with Spaulding Decon?
When we come to your property in Hartford, New Britain, Wethersfield, Manchester, or a nearby city, we’ll begin by conducting a thorough test of your premises to discover the extent of the fentanyl manufacturing. We will completely seal off your home (this way, no fentanyl can escape through the air while we’re cleaning) and then get to work with the cleanup process. We use professional-grade, OSHA-compliant cleaning products and tools, wear personal protective gear, and follow all national protocols while we are cleaning. We’ll also conduct a test when our cleanup process is complete to ensure all fentanyl has been eradicated.