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As concerns grow over how many people he may have exposed to the deadly virus, a plan to sanitize the apartment was delayed late Thursday. Brad Smith of the Cleaning Guys, which was hired to sanitize the apartment, said his company does not have the proper permits to transport hazardous waste on Texas highways.
The company specializes in hazmat and biohazard cleaning services.
Smith said authorities sent his crew away late Thursday before they entered the apartment and told them to come back with proper permits. It's unclear how long that will take. "The permit is being processed through DOT (the Department of Transportation) because it is a special permit," Smith said.
Could be! When I do watch the news I have to remind myself I am not watching some disaster movie.
originally posted by: clearmind
it seems like, once again ,the govt is doing everything in its power to help the spread of ebola. not gunna stop flights coming from the "hot zone", not tellinh or checking on the paramedics that transported the patent untill after the public announvement.......the govt has become entirly useless....thier actions seem to be purposely trying to spread it ...is this the 2012 that everbody was waiting for
In 1992, after a successful career in law enforcement, CG Environmental – Cleaning Guys owner Erick McCallum recognized the need for an innovative emergency response and haz-mat service that municipalities, federal and state agencies, regulatory agencies, and insurance companies could depend upon. He founded Cleaning Guys with a sincere desire to provide the highest quality service and professionalism in the industry. This attention to excellence has earned CG Environmental – Cleaning Guys an exceptional reputation.
originally posted by: SpaDe_
a reply to: Bovah
There are still 4 people quarantined inside of that apartment! This is how they are getting supplies to those quarantined people:
There are your legs!
originally posted by: Ceeker63
I do not know if the clean up crew was from the apartment complex, or a contracted cleanup crew. If it was a crew from the apartment they would have assumed that no special permit would have been required. If it was a contract cleanup crew the contract would have been between the apartment management and the cleanup company. The DOT just inserted themselves into the situation. This would have created the confusion. At least that is my opinion, until more is known.