Raw sewage can be dangerous and presents many health risks, including Hepatitis A and B. Raw sewage cleaning should be completed by professionals.

Special PPE gear, masks, chemicals, and training are required to effectively and safely decontaminate raw sewage.

The first step to raw sewage cleaning is to classify the different categories of water.

There are 3 categories of water:

Category 1 – Clean Water

Clean water is basically water that has not been contaminated. General instances of clean water include burst or leaky pipes. You should be aware, however, that if clean water is left untreated for many days, it can turn into category 2 or 3.

Category 2 – Gray Water

This type of water can be dangerous if consumed. Usually, the source of this water would be from a washing machine. It should not contain feces. Again this category could change into category 3 if left unattended.

Category 3 – Black Water

This is generally sewage or flood water. Black water is dangerous and contains many pathogens. It has a high risk of sickness and disease.

If you have a raw sewage spill, we will classify it as category 3 and we will ensure the decontamination is completed to a high standard to remove any risk of sickness and any pathogens.

Be sure to call us now for an immediate response to any raw sewage spill.

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