What is a disinfection/fumigation service?
Upon arrival, one of our trained professionals will use a low volume sprayer to coat all interior surfaces with our disinfectant solution. Prior to fogging, you will need to exit the area. After fogging, we will allow a few minutes for the solution to kill as many pathogens/viruses/spores as possible. After the solution quickly dries, leaving behind zero smell or residue the area can then be reoccupied.
Will this disinfection/fumigation service “clean” my office space?
CDC Guidance: Disinfecting refers to using chemicals, for example, EPA-registered disinfectants, to kill germs on surfaces. This disinfection/fumigation service will not necessarily “clean” dirty surfaces or remove germs, but by killing germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection. Be Green Services will only be providing “disinfection” fumigation services. We highly recommend cleaning/removing any existing dirt and soils from your office prior to your appointment and on a frequent basis thereafter.
What can I do to prepare my office for disinfection?
Dust and clutter decrease disinfection efficacy, for the best results we recommend your office interior be clean prior to arrival.
Do I need to ventilate the area after the disinfection/fumigation service?
We recommend letting the solution dry for about 1 hour after fogging, this is a very conservative estimate to be on the safe side. If you’d like the solution to dry faster you can leave your windows “cracked” after the service. There is a slight risk of eye irritation while the solution has not finished air drying, but with a minimal amount of air circulation and about 15 minutes of dry time, most customers should not experience any discomfort. The solution dries very quickly.
Will this disinfection/fumigation service prevent me from becoming infected with COVID-19?
Unfortunately, Be Green Services cannot guarantee you will be protected from COVID-19. This service is simply a proactive measure to help prevent the spread of this awful virus. Please keep in mind your office can still become exposed to the virus after this service and it should still be cleaned and disinfected on a regular basis.
Which disinfection chemicals will be used?
We use Noroxycdiff ™ – An EPA Registered one step hospital use Sporicidal Disinfectant Cleaner. Effective in 2 Minutes Against C. Diff spores
- FDA clearance under 40 CFR §180.940 for use as a sanitizer on food contact surfaces (Great for hospitals & restaurants)
- Broad spectrum microbial action
- One step hospital-use germicidal disinfectant cleaner
- Bleach Free disinfectant, sanitizer, and sporicide
What is Noroxycdiff effective against? Does it kill COVID-19 (Corona Virus)?
The active ingredients in Noroxcdiff are effective in killing COVID-19 and are listed on the EPA’s List of Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2
It is also effective against 147 other viruses and bacteria:
- Multi-drug resistant Bacteria
- Influenza A Virus
- T4 & T1 Bacteriaphage
- Canine Coronavirus, Distemper & Herpes Virus
- Staphylococcus (All types)
- Strephylococcus (All Types)
- Additional types of viruses
What are the active ingredients in Noroxycdiff?
Hydrogen Peroxide 27.3%, Peroxycetic Acid 5.9%, & Other ingredients 66.8% NOROxyCdiff does not contain and Bleach, Ammonia, or Phosphates. NOROxyCdiff is an effective bactericide and virucidal disinfectant in the presence of 5% blood serum.
Is Noroxycdiff non-toxic?
Noroxycdiff’s Activated Formula is Non-Corrosive, Non-Fuming, Dermally Non-Toxic, and Organic. The full Safety Data Sheet can be viewed here: https://noroxycdiff.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/SDS-Noroxycdiff.pdf
Can Noroxycdiff be used on food surfaces?
Yes. NOROxyCdiff has FDA clearance under 40 CFR § 180.940 for use as a sanitizer on food contact surfaces.
Can Noroxycdiff be applied on any surface?
NOROxyCdiff can be safely applied on most surfaces typically encountered in a healthcare environment without the threat of bleaching or corrosion. It can be used in Operating Rooms, Patient Rooms and Bathrooms, ICU Areas, Food preparation and contact areas, Glass and Mirrors, Computer Screens and Keyboards, Monitor Screens, Stainless Steel, High touch surfaces including hospital bed rails, over bed tables, door handles, light switches, door handles, sinks, telephones, etc. It is not recommended for use on copper, brass, granite, marble, or zinc. It should not be used on unsealed/uncoated marble or unsealed/uncoated terrazzo floors.