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Biohazard & Trauma Cleanup

Infectious Material, Hazardous Waste, Decontamination & Sanitization, Odor Removal

Biohazard Remediation Process

Steps

  1. Request for biohazard cleaning services
  2. Free analysis and quote
  3. Remediating all infectious materials (hazardous waste is handled following OSHA regulations)
  4. Remove & dispose porous materials if necessary (following industry standards and regulated waste requirements)
  5. Salvageable materials are decontaminated, cleaned, and sanitized
  6. Deodorization if necessary using hydroxyl machine, ozone, or air scubbers

Our technicians are trained in the psychology of different traumas and certified for proper remediation and cleaning. Communicating effectively is essential, but cleaning is our top priority. Many bio-hazardous situations are different, and we believe having an understanding of the situation benefits everyone. Our technicians know exactly what products and equipment are needed to completely remediate the affected area. Please don’t try to tackle this on your own.

Our Experience

Common Incidents:Biohazard Cleaning Specialists

  • After Rodent Infestation
  • Animal Waste/Remains
  • Bacteria Risks
  • Blood & Bodily Fluid Cleaning
  • Biohazard Cleaning
  • Death Scenes
  • Disinfecting and Odor Removal
  • Filth Cleaning
  • Homicide Scene
  • Hoarding Cleanup
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Meth Lab Cleanups
  • Natural or Unattended Deaths
  • Sewage Backups
  • Suicide/Death accidents
  • Tear Gas Cleaning
  • Trauma Accidents & Crime Scenes
  • Uninhabitable Residences
  • Virus Decontamination & Protection

We follow all standards in our procedures and equipment while cleaning blood borne pathogens and other hazardous material. We follow the three federal agencies that govern safe handling and removal of regulated infectious waste including: (1) OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration), (2) DOT (Department of Transportation), and (3) EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).

Our experts are trained and certified to clean, disinfect, and eliminate odors in the affected area, and there will be no worry of left behind infectious material or odor. We locate and clean areas people may overlook or clean incorrectly if cleaning themselves. After we leave, you will know for certain that all surfaces are completely safe for use or new installation. Your peace of mind and health is most important. Let us clean it up.

Please know: Cleaning bio-hazardous material is dangerous for you and your health. In some cases, personal protective equipment alone consists of: full body poly-coated suit, face shield, safety glasses, respirator, steel toe with steel shank, booties, rubber over boots, flashlight, duct tape, and various gloves. Also, the law requires biohazardous material to be properly disposed of or fines will be issued. Trauma cleaning is a big task, and no one should tackle this job alone. Take responsibility and make sure the situation you’re facing is handled appropriately.

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