Molds in household waste and kitchen waste - mold in the garbage

Allergies due to spore rain from the dustbin

Molds in household waste and kitchen waste - mold in the garbage: kitchen

In each residual waste and above all in each biowaste bin are spore, especially spores of the fungus Aspergillus fumigatus, warn of the environmental doctor for a long time. Each time the tons are opened, these spores are whirled up and inhaled to a particular degree. The effect on the bronchi is most harmful to health and known for a long time.

Allergic reaction, Asthma, atopic dermatitis and other symptoms may be the result of spore rain - and the higher the concentration of non-visible pollutants, the higher the response to your health and the health of your children and fellow human beings.

HK-Rheinland GmbH, headquartered in Bornheim, cleans with the latest technology waste containers of 60-1300 liters for real estate management / caretaker service / gastronimiebetriebe and now also for private households.

The refuse containers are cleaned by our cleaning vehicle on site, inside and out. Here are the Rinse container with hot water and high pressure, In this cleaning not only solids that have accumulated in the container are removed, but also mold spores and germs in and on the container housing as far as possible killed.

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