Mercury Spill Clean Up - Snodland

Mercury Spillage Cleaning

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Professional Mercury Spillage Cleaning

If you’re in need of a professional cleaning solution, we’re on hand for all customers in Snodland.

With years of experience in the mercury spillage cleaning sector, we’re on hand to deal with all your cleaning needs in Snodland.

It can be incredibly stressful when mercury spills in the workplace. Without proper training or an evacuation plan, you may be unaware of the steps needed to protect yourself. Chronic exposure to mercury could cause lifelong ailments and potentially lead to a coma or death if untreated.

Elemental mercury becomes an odourless, invisible, and toxic vapour when it spills at room temperature. When this occurs, you must act quickly for your safety. At ICE Cleaning, we provide mercury spill cleaning services like no other, prioritising your safety first and foremost.

To discover our full range of cleaning solutions, give our friendly support team a call at 0208 066 0360 or email us at

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A quick overview of our process

Step 1 Contact

Step 1 Contact

You can book a free, no-obligation survey appointment by either visiting our website or contacting us directly by phone or email.

A member of our team will call you to discuss your requests and deliver an estimated cost for the mercury cleaning services.

Our technicians will visit your site to review your situation. We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Step 2 Quote

Step 2 Quote

Taking COVID safe protocols into consideration, our technicians will assess the severity of the mercury spillage. They will then conduct a risk assessment to avoid unforeseen issues evolving during the cleaning process.

Our team will make tailored suggestions concerning the best service for your situation and address any concerns or queries.

We will provide a comprehensive, free quote for the cleaning service.

Step 3 Cleaning

Step 3 Cleaning

Our qualified technicians will arrive promptly, fully uniformed with ICE Cleaning ID badges.

We’ll complete the mercury clean-up process in accordance with the survey, adhering to all health and safety rules. We aim to maintain a safe working environment at all times.

All substances will be transported and disposed of in line with the correct regulations. Our technicians are fully certified to handle and dispose of all types of waste.

Our team will review and document the completed work, making sure you’re pleased with the job. Included in the certificate will be a guarantee.

Step 4 After care

Step 4 After care

We go the extra mile to ensure all customers are well cared for.

Our dedicated customer service team strive to converse with every customer following their service to make sure all expectations have been met.

You’ll also be given the opportunity to write a genuine Google Review.

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Why choose us

Why choose us?

  • Cater to a wide variety of cleaning situations
  • Nationwide coverage, available 24/7
  • Cater to commercial and domestic clients
  • Free survey provided prior to quotation 
  • Emergency response team
  • Offer a bespoke service designed to suit all your needs 
  • All technicians hold professional health and safety qualifications, including BICSc, IOSH, Dewpoint Professional & Safe Contractor 

We’re fully accredited

We place best practise, professional expertise and health and safety at the core of our business. We’re fully compliant with all legal obligations. You can view a list of our accreditations below, or visit our Health & Safety page for more information.

Dewpoint® Professional Corporate Membership

We’re paving the way for mercury spillage cleaning services in Snodland.

Our technicians will assess the site and test the air purity upon arrival. This helps our cleaners understand what steps they must take, and the dangers present during the cleaning. Once the job is complete, we test the air again to ensure the area is safe before departure.

Safety is our priority, so PPE is always worn. With our industrial-grade chemicals utilised by modern technology, we conduct an effective decontamination of the area. If you have any questions about the process, our friendly technicians and support team can help you.

What are the three forms of mercury?

Mercury is a naturally occurring element, first discovered in rocks and soil. Due to our use of mercury over many centuries, it has become quite common to find in oceans, and therefore we experience low levels of exposure all the time. There are three different forms of mercury, all with numerous uses in production and afflictions on the body.

Elemental mercury

Known as quicksilver, this form of mercury is well-known for its metallic and liquid appearance with an incredibly dense structure. It evaporates at room temperature or above, becoming an odourless, invisible vapour. Before strict regulations came into force in 2006, measuring products such as thermometers and barometers contained traces of mercury.

Organic mercury (Methylmercury)

This form of mercury is one of the most dangerous, also known as methylmercury. It exists naturally throughout the Earth, mostly in oceans. Fish often consume sediments with traces of mercury, becoming a part of the food chain once eaten by predatory fish. Methylmercury was also used in pesticides before regulations tightened.

Inorganic mercury

The most likely use for inorganic mercury is through chemical and industrial processes. It is used to create compounds such as caustic salt and chlorine gas and more recently utilised in skin-lightening creams in 2021.

The dangers of mercury exposure

Due to the various forms of mercury, each has a different effect on the body. It also depends on how the mercury was encountered, through either inhalation, ingestion, or touching. Pregnant women, infants, immunocompromised people, and elderly individuals are more at risk during exposure.

Elemental mercury

  • Nosebleeds
  • Chest pain
  • Metallic taste in the mouth
  • Lung and kidney damage

Organic mercury (Methylmercury)

  • Headaches
  • Blindness and deafness
  • Developmental abnormalities and cerebral palsy in unborn children
  • Nervous system damage

Inorganic Mercury

  • Vomiting
  • Blood in stool
  • Neurological disturbances
  • Kidney abnormalities

We cover all areas in the Tonbridge and Malling district of Kent, including:

  • Addington
  • Aylesford
  • Branbridges
  • Beltring
  • Blue Bell Hill
  • Borough Green
  • Burham
  • Ditton
  • East Malling
  • East Peckham
  • Eccles
  • Golden Green
  • Hadlow
  • Ightham
  • Larkfield
  • New Hythe
  • Offham
  • St. Mary's Platt
  • Shipbourne
  • Stansted
  • Tonbridge
  • Wateringbury
  • West Malling
  • West Peckham
  • Wouldham

How does mercury exposure happen?

Most exposures occur in the workplace — also known as occupational exposures — but general encounters could still happen. This is due to consuming predatory fish, or shellfish, or breaking a fluorescent lightbulb.

Elemental mercury

Elemental mercury exposures occur in the workplace, like recycling facilities, smelting factories, or industrial sites. Inhalation is the most likely route for elemental mercury to inflict poisoning on the body. A spill transpires if mercury is stored incorrectly, or a product breaks.

Organic mercury (Methylmercury)

Methylmercury is found naturally in oceans, meaning fish and shellfish are sold and consumed with mercury traces inside them. Even though this is relatively harmless in small doses, large portions can be dangerous. Pregnant women should not eat barramundi, gemfish, orange roughy, shark, ray, swordfish, ling, and southern bluefin tuna.

Inorganic mercury

Inorganic mercury compounds for industrial processes contribute to chemical reactions, creating other components like chlorine gas and caustic soda. Most exposures occur when a device breaks and the element touches bare skin.

Call our friendly support team today

Either call us at 0208 066 0360 or email us at today to find out more about our cleaning solutions for customers in Snodland.

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