Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) is caused by a potentially fatal virus hosted by rodents. The virus can be shed in the rodent’s urine, dropping and saliva. The potential for human exposure can occur when simple actions such as sweeping or cleaning can result in air-borne particles being inhaled. Other avenues of human exposure can be ingesting food contaminated with the virus or touching an infected surface and then touching the nose or mouth. The Southwest has areas of high rodent activity and requires expert, safe and reliable and professional assessment and remediation. We provide a comprehensive range of abatement services to commercial, residential and governmental facilities to meet their abatement and regulatory obligations in a cost effective manner.