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Crime SceneFingerprint Dust Cleanup  |  Steri-Clean North Carolina
Steri-Clean Is The Industry Leader In Crime Scene Fingerprint Dust Cleanup

Is Crime Scene Fingerprint Dust Hard To Clean?

Fingerprint dust detects the residue left by friction ridge skin on the hands and feet. The dust is left behind after law enforcement investigates and can be very difficult to clean. Steri-Clean offers fingerprint dust cleanup to homes, vehicles, and commercial buildings.

What is Silica Dust?

Silica dust is created when crystalline silica is cut, ground, drilled or otherwise disturbed. These dust particles can be made up of different sources as well, creating very dangerous dust to inhale. These silica dust particles are very small and not visible to the naked eye. Silica dust spreads very quickly, and regular silica dust cleanings are recommended. Crystalline silica exposure and contracting silicosis have been historically associated with mining and other geological work, but OSHA has found many other fields can expose you to silica dust. Below are some industries silica dust is typically found in. 

   • Asphalt Roofing Materials

   • Concrete Products

   • Cut Stone

   • Dental Laboratories

   • Foundries

   • Jewelry

   • Porcelain Enameling

   • Pottery

   • Railroads

   • Ready-Mix Concrete

   • Shipyards

   • Structural Clay Products

   • Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations

What is Silicosis? 

Roughly 2 million workers in the United States are exposed to occupational silica. Silicosis is a debilitating, sometimes fatal, yet preventable occupational lung disease. This is caused by inhaling reparable crystalline silica dust. There is no cure for silicosis. The only way to prevent silicosis is by preventing exposure to silica dust. If you believe you, your co-workers, your employees, or even a loved one may be exposed to silica dust, have them call Steri-Clean for a free silica dust cleanup estimate. It could save a life.  


Steri-Clean North Carolina offers contract pricing for regular silica dust maintenance, air quality control, and initial cleanups. Our dust removal process for silica dust complies with the latest OSHA standards for safe cleaning while featuring industry-leading (HEPA) filtration

innovative technology. To get a free estimate, call us at 1-888-577-7206

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