Cleanroom Cleaning

Contamination Control

Controlled Contamination Services (CCS) provides a clearly defined strategy to rid environments of contaminants through good manufacturing practices and ISO 9001: 2015 compliance. Keeping health, safety, and sustainability at the forefront of our processes.

The distinctive nature of your environment is always in mind during the creation and implementation of your custom cleaning strategy. Working together to build a program that checks defined requirements and optimal solutions for your production line. Our contamination expertise ranges from micro-cleaning ISO 3/Grade A through ISO 9/Grade D along with other controlled and non-controlled environments

The primary responsibility of a cleanroom or controlled environment is to have superior contamination control. Cleaning contaminants is critical for the uniqueness of these environments and the end-user of these products. Staying true to the standards for these facilities, CCS comes in prepared to create an audit-ready space.

Cleaning & Decontamination Benefits

  • ISO 9001:2015 and GMP Compliant
  • Good Contamination Control
  • Quality Assurance
  • Mitigate Risk of Loss
  • Cost Reduction
  • Highly Trained Micro Cleaners
  • Improved Environmental Monitoring Results
  • Increased Worker Productivity and Morale


  • Cleanroom Protocol Training
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Protocol (SOP) Development
  • Clean Room Audit
  • Clean Room Testing & Certification
  • Process and Material Flow Assessment

How Can We Help You?

Controlled Contamination Services has dedicated representatives to provide clients with individual support.

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Here's What Our Partners Have To Say!

“CCS is very conscientious when performing their services and is always trying to go above and beyond. Our CCS crew is an extension of our employees.”

Facilities Manager,
Medical Device Partner, East Region

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is The Primary Purpose of a Cleanroom?
A: Cleanrooms are used for manufacturing a variety of products within industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and medical equipment. These controlled environments require superior contamination control to keep out pollutants such as dust, microbes, and particles than can come from inside and outside of the cleanroom. Cleanrooms do not prevent contamination; the purpose is to control contamination to a clearly defined level.
Q: What is The Criteria for a Cleanroom Operation?
A: Depending on the class of the cleanroom, each criterion will be different. Classes range from ISO 3-9 and the standards depend on the maximum particles allowed within the controlled and non-controlled environment.
Q: How is a Cleanroom Cleaned?
A: Subject to the strictness of the cleanroom’s standards, requirements may be higher; however, every cleanroom requires a minimum daily cleaning schedule. Internal surfaces and equipment within the environment must be kept clean and more stringent standards require control of air quality in addition to proper gowning and masking procedures for everyone within the cleanroom.
Q: What is Cleanroom Cleaning?
A: Cleanroom Cleaning is a service performed with the intention to provide superior contamination control within a controlled and non-controlled environment. A Cleanroom is considered clean if it meets clearly defined ISO and GMP compliance standards within that environment’s grade/classification.
Q: What is GMP Cleaning?
A: GMP cleaning is associated with compliance standards and regulatory requirements of the Good Manufacturing Practices. GMPs determine cleanroom classifications according to their ISO classification. This system is required to ensure materials made within a properly cleaned and sanitized cleanroom are produced according to GMP guidelines for a standard of quality.
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