The Mould Remediation Process

Step 1. Inspection

Identifying the areas affected by mould


We inspect your home or office environment and test it using moisture meters, humidity readers, etc. Taking into account the air flow system, the building’s age and materials, the roofing and other construction features, we check dew points, air temperature and humidity, to detect the presence of mould.

Step 2. Removal

Eliminating the mould from the affected areas


We use the latest technology to treat the contaminated walls, ceilings or floors. The infestation is removed from the hard surfaces. The process is then completed by the application of a special substance to remove the remaining mould spores that can still spread and cause health issues.

Step 3. Protection

Destroying the mould spores completely


The spores are airborne and remain in the rooms even after the visible mould is removed. They must be thoroughly destroyed to stop the mould from returning in another room. To make sure that the spores are eradicated, we employ a procedure called fogging. A nontoxic decontamination substance is sprayed in all the rooms, creating a mist that spreads similarly to steam, for optimal coverage. The substance is biodegradable and safe for people and does not harm clothes or furniture.

Fogging will successfully eliminate spores and bacteria from the air and surfaces, preventing the reappearance of the mould.

Our Mould Remediation Services

  • A detailed visual inspection, moisture readings, infrared imaging, temperature and humidity readings, in order to determine and put into place a process to eliminate the root cause of the mould growth – usually a water ingress problem from blocked or damaged drains and gutters, ineffective weather proofing, ground water from flooding, and so on.
  • Drying and dehumidification via air movers and dehumidifiers
  • Safe mould removal processes – with eco-safe biocides and HEPA vacuums. We use only natural eco-safe biocides, such as tea tree oil, distilled vinegar, diluted alcohol, borax, when decontaminating settled spore areas, and have had an outstanding success. In many cases the householder or tenant does not even need to leave the premises.
  • Air purification processes via air scrubbers
  • Installation of moisture barriers
  • Hydrogen peroxide vapour treatments (when necessary)
  • In situ and remote contents cleaning


CCI is very proud to have Trinitas Group as a partner for the management of hazardous materials and mitigating risks for our clients. Trinitas Group over many years have always proven to be reliable, respectful and professional to all stakeholders they encounter whilst completing their work. Their heavy investment in IT innovation and highly trained consultants ensures they provide us with a consistent high standard of work across Australia.
We’ve used Trinitas for a number of years and across a number of sites and have always found the service fast, the work professional and the price competitive. No job has ever been too big or too small for them to take on. We regularly recommend Trinitas to others in our industry who need help with hazardous materials. It’s a pleasure to do business with them.
NEXTDC are Australia’s leading data centre solutions provider, as such we are committed to providing quality and assurance that exceeds industry standards and continues to set new benchmarks. To assist us in ensuring we maintain superior health and safety standards onsite at our new S2 Sydney data centre during building and construction, we have engaged the services of Trinitas Group to assist in undertaking monthly WHS Construction Compliance Audits. We have found the team at Trinitas Group to be professional and experienced. The Trinitas Group team are continuously providing NEXT DC with clear and accurate advice in relation to our WHS legislative obligations.
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