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COVID-19 Coranavirus

In the event of an outbreak, or suspected outbreak of a virus, it is essential that the situation is handled with care and caution. All operatives working in the affected area must comply with stringent safety measures and ensure they are wearing the correct PPE and RPE

Highly Trained Technicians

Duct Clean Scotland will first survey your site and a detailed risk assessment will take place. Highly trained technicians will then meticulously manually disinfect rooms and areas that pose a threat of causing cross contamination. This includes all floors, walls, ceilings and any objects, using a high-level surface disinfectant to help minimise the risk of infection.

Key Benefits

  • Free Full site survey
  • Help prevent cross contamination
  • UGL fogger & disinfectant used
  • Safe, legally compliant, full traceable waste disposal
  • Available 24 hours
  • Nationwide coverage
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Waste Disposal

It is extremely important that any waste be disposed of in a safe and legally compliant manner, to help ensure that there is no further cross contamination. Duct Clean Scotland is following the COVID-19: infection prevention and control guidance as set out by Public Health Scotland. All waste will be handled as clinical waste and will be correctly segregated, transported and disposed of inline with clinical waste regulations.

Duct Clean Scotland will segregate waste on site, and collect it in specialist UN approved containers that are designed for the transportation of infectious waste. Our ADR licenced waste management technicians will then transport this for disposal by incineration. Full traceability following the Carrier Regulations will be provided, including a hazardous waste consignment note.

How is COVID-19 tranmitted?

Scientists around the world are currently looking into the transmissibility and severity of Coronavirus (COVID-19). It is important to note that how a virus can spread from person to person will vary greatly; sustained person-to-person spread in the community has been reported in China and occasionally internationally. As this is an evolving situation, there is still more to learn and we will update this page as more information is uncovered. Similar to other respiratory viruses, it is believed that transmission occurs via droplets produced when a person coughs or sneezes. These droplets land on surfaces and are picked up on the hands of others and spread further. People catch the virus when they touch their infected hands to their mouth, nose or eyes.

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