So you have a Mercury Spill.

Exposure to a mercury spill can be extremely dangerous and, sometimes, lethal.

A Mercury Spill is not to be taken lightly.

Yes, HazChem Environmental can clean up the Mercury Spill at your facility. Contact Allan Mandell via email or call him at 630-458-1910.

For an after-regular-business-hour emergency, contact Mandell at 818-209-7190.

At HazChem, we know what we’re doing.

According to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the simplest form of mercury is metallic or liquid mercury. The element is used in a number of products sold commercially, as well as in thermometers, other medical devices and industrial processes. While this form of mercury is not readily absorbed into the human body by touch or through the digestive tract, it vaporizes at room temperatures.

Without question, inhalation of these vapors can be harmful to your health.

(If a mercury spill occurs in the home, metallic mercury can pose a danger to you and your family if not properly cleaned up and removed.)

Yes, we can help your business clean up a Mercury Spill. We have been cleaning them up for over 30 years.

At high levels, mercury may damage the brain, kidneys and developing fetus. Other organs are also impacted by exposure to mercury.

How Mercury Impacts the Brain

  • Trouble remembering
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Changes in mood, like feeling cranky, nervous, tired, or shy
  • Numbness in the hands and feet
  • Trembling (shaking)
  • Problems with muscle coordination (tripping, dropping things, falling down)

How Mercury Impacts the Mouth

  • Tasting metal
  • Swollen gums
  • Drooling

How Mercury Impacts the Lungs

  • Cough
  • Pain when breathing
  • Feeling out of breath
  • Damage to the lungs

How Mercury Impacts the Stomach & Intestines

  • Feeling sick to your stomach
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Not feeling hungry

How Mercury Impacts the Skin

  • Red, itchy rashes
  • Peeling hands and feet

How Mercury Impacts Reproductive System

  • Mercury poisoning is especially dangerous for an unborn baby (fetus)

HazChem Environmental can assist you in the proper handling, packaging, recycling, or lab pack disposal of mercury. We are experienced in the use of specialized mercury-cleanup testing instruments and cleanup equipment to help you address any mercury spill.

Your health and safety is our top priority, so we take immediate measures to limit your exposure to this toxic substance.

Contact HazChem Environmental today to remove mercury from your facility.