Environmentally Safe Mould Removal

Choosing the Right Mould Remover for the Environment

What to avoid in chemical cleaners. 

Common chemical mould removers can contribute to a wide array of environmental problems. These products can have significant impacts on the biodiversity of local ecology. As the toxic chemicals leak through the water and sewerage systems it can lead to soil acidification and aquatic animal poisoning.

 

The Volatile Compounds commonly found in chemical cleaners can lead to decreased air quality as they react with the air in your home, causing respiratory problems. Ventilating your house then shifts the problem from polluting your home to contributing to harmful smog. 

Why our Environmentally Safe Removal Products are Superior for the Environment. 

The mould removal substances in our products occur naturally in the environment and are present in the air, soil and plants. 

They are readily recycled through the natural nitrogen cycle and do not bioaccumulate in the food chain.

The highly reactive nature of chemical cleaners reduces their efficacy rapidly, in comparison the enzymes used in our EnzyCleanse are non-reactive and therefore can remain for long periods without losing their effectiveness. 

 

 

XSpor Recommends 

Avoiding damage to the environment whilst maintaining the efficiency of chemical cleaners, Xpor's EnzyCleanse provides the mould removal product you need without any compromise on environmental sustainability. 

Listed as GRAS ‘Generally Regarded As Safe’ by the FDA/USDA, EnzyCleanse is a fast-acting and cost-effective formula, offering a 2-year guarantee covering re-inspection and re-application at no charge for full-property treatments.                                                             

Comparisons of Enzymes vs Chemicals

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Chemicals

Enzymes are organic and biodegradable naturally absorbing into the environment. 

AQUATIC

Common cleaning chemicals pollute water systems and cause oxygen depletion through algae blooms.  

Enzymes are low PH and non-caustic, removing the impact on plant life. 

FLORA

Soil acidification and low germination rates are significant issues for plant life and can be attributed to the usage of common chemical cleaners. 

Enzymes are non-reactive and very

stable. They are effective at low concentrations and are easily biodegradable, reducing toxicity significantly.  

FAUNA

Volatile Chemicals have moderate toxicity to aquatic life leading to shortened lifespans and lower fertility. 

Enzymes in the EnzyCleanse formulation are highly specific, developed to interact with biological contaminate, and are harmless to other substances.

PARTICULATE

Volatile Chemicals can react with molecules in the ozone to create toxic particles which can penetrate deep into your lungs and bloodstream.

240 times less water is needed to neutralise cleaning enzymes than chemical cleaners.

The Benefits of an Environmentally Friendly Enzyme Cleaner

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Chemical cleaners have broad negative impacts on the environment.  

The impact of Volatile Chemicals and surfactants found within extensively used chemical cleaners is split into two. 

First, aquatic plant life and animals are the first destinations of these toxic chemicals after they have been used. As they travel through the waterways, the chemicals poison the water supply directly affecting the health of fish and amphibians. Acidification of the soil is another cause for concern as the chemicals penetrate plants' root systems and destroy their membranes.

 

Second, the highly reactive nature of chemical cleaners causes them to react with any particles they come into contact with, such as those found in the air we breathe. This transforms those molecules into harmful substances such as formaldehyde. 

 
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How do Enzyme based cleaners overcome the shortcomings of traditional chemical-based ones?

The environmental benefits of enzyme-based cleaners cannot be understated compared to traditional surfactant and Volatile Compound based cleaners.

 

Enzyme cleaners are completely biodegradable and have low PH. This means that they do not linger in ecosystems or cause acidification. 

Additionally, they require less energy, water, and temperature to achieve the same results as chemical cleaners.