Learn more about CO2Blast's environmental initiative

Environmental Responsibilities

CO2Blast is committed to environmental responsibility. Our dry ice blasting process utilizes recycled CO2 pellets, leaving no chemical waste and offering an eco-friendly cleaning solution that is gentle on both the environment and your surfaces.

Environmentally responsible cleaning

At CO2Blast, our commitment to environmental protection extends across all regions in which we operate. We achieve this by fostering collaboration among our staff and clients. Additionally, we are dedicated to continually seeking methods to conserve resources, reduce waste, and eliminate or mitigate any potential adverse environmental impacts associated with our business.

Our compliance extends to all applicable federal, territorial, and local environmental legislation and regulations. Dry ice blasting, often referred to as “The Green Clean,” stands out as the safest and most ecologically sound method of industrial cleaning available today.

Dry ice blasting aligns with environmental responsibility and assists companies in adhering to their environmental policies and chemical use targets.

In summary, dry ice blasting represents a clean and safe cleaning method, reflecting our unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship.

Safe and approved by regulators

Dry ice blasting has been approved by:

  • EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)

  • FDA (Food and Drug Administration)

  • UDSA (US Department of Agriculture)

  • FSA (Food Standards Agency)

But that's not all..

  • Dry ice is captured as a by-product of the petrochemical refining process. It does not produce CO2 or add CO2 to the environment. Thus, there a is a net zero footprint.
  • CO2 Blasting is clean and safe.
  • Dry ice is non-toxic, non-hazardous and inhibits mold and bacteria growth.
  • Dry ice blasting is safe to use with food processing equipment.
  • Dry ice blasting does not release harmful gases into the atmosphere.
  • Dry ice blasting blasting does not generate secondary waste.
  • Dry ice blasting reduces or eliminates employee exposure to (and corporate liability from) the use of dangerous chemical cleaning agents.