Suppose the Hollies' iconic song, "The Air That I Breathe," was inspired by the ongoing mold problem. In that case, the lyrics could have been: "...Sometimes, all I need is the air that I breathe to be purified, And to love you..."
CREnvironmental deploys EPA-endorsed technologies and disinfectants to safely and effectively decontaminate entire rooms, including the air. We rely on the HaloMist dry fogging system as our primary defense, ensuring comprehensive decontamination of all surfaces and the air.
The primary mode of mold transmission is airborne spores that settle and contaminate surfaces. These spores can remain airborne for extended periods and spread through air currents and ventilation systems. Furthermore, the presence of mold is not always apparent, meaning contamination can occur undetected.
Dry fogging, recognized by biosafety communities as an effective disinfection method for large spaces, has been in use since at least 2012. The EPA approves the HaloMist disinfectant fogging system for whole-room disinfection. It is also listed on the EPA's registry of effective mold disinfectants.
We also utilize handheld electrostatic sprayers as a secondary method for targeted applications and smaller spaces. However, it's crucial to note that not all mold disinfectants are approved for use in these sprayers. The EPA is hastening approvals for various mold disinfectants in electrostatic sprayers, but not all formulas are suitable for this application method. For this, we defer to the EPA's guidelines.
With our expertise, we help you select the most suitable disinfection strategy, even combining methods if needed. Trust CREnvironmental to ensure that the only thing you need to concern yourself with is the air that you breathe.