Meth Decontamination Grand Junction

In our last article, we talked about one of the most important services that we provide: asbestos abatement. (If you’re interested in learning about asbestos abatement and why it’s so important, be sure to check out our blog post here.) In this article, we’re going to discuss another one of our important services, and one that’s probably more common than you expect. Encompass Environmental provides meth decontamination services.

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The Importance of Asbestos Abatement Grand Junction

At Encompass Environmental, we pride ourselves on the many services that we provide to the Grand Junction community. Our new blog is just another way that we can support our community. The goal of our blog is to educate our readers—we hope that every time you visit, you learn something new. We’ll talk about our services as well as give you information about our industry so that you can have everything you need to make well-informed decisions.

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Encompass Environmental and Encompass Contents

Encompass Environmental is set up to make contents cleaning easy for restoration companies. If your company performs mold, water, and fire restoration, you are our ideal client. We started our business around the idea of helping smaller restoration companies handle large smoke damage and fire losses. So even today the Encompass process keeps the focus on the restoration company, while making contents cleaning as easy as possible for everyone involved. No matter what size of facility and restoration outfit you have, we can help you.

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Durango fire update

A brief Durango fire update: The fire north of Durango, now called the 416 Fire, began on June 1st this year. Unofficially, sparks from a passing train in the mountains caused this fire. The sparks caught fire due to the extreme dryness of the area. As of June 20th the fire had grown to 34,177 acres, at 35% containment. 687 personnel were assigned to fight and contain the blaze. This fire presents a unique challenge because the entire southwest region of Colorado is considered to be in an extreme drought. 

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