WHAT IS BIO-HAZARD CLEANUP?
Bio-hazard cleanup is the process of removing bio-hazardous waste in a safe manner. The cleanup process has specific precautions that must be followed. If you aren’t trained in cleaning up Crime Scene or Bio-Hazardous materials, you shouldn’t even attempt it.
Police Department Crime scene clean up:
- The police use Hazardous Material and Bio-Hazard teams to clean up their crime scenes
- Drug crime scenes require Bio-Hazard cleanup, for example, the proper disposal of drug needles and the cleaning of meth labs.
Home / Property Owner:
- Death – If a homeowner or property owner has someone die in their home, whether it be suicide, homicide or an accidental death, they would need a Bio-Hazard team to clean up.
- Sewage Backup and Sewage Spills - Sewage and black water are not just dirty, smelly, intrusions into your life. The harmful micro-organisms that are in sewage and black water can make both humans and animals very sick and should only be cleaned up by a professional.
Factories, Wood Working Plants, and big or Small Businesses:
Let’s face it, accidents can happen in any environment. Business such as factories, wood working plants, and pretty much anything with fast moving equipment tend to have many accidents and sometimes they are very messy.
These types of places should always have a Bio-Hazard team on their speed dial due to the blood borne pathogens and harmful micro-organisms that are in blood, fecal matter, and other bodily fluids.
Other Types of Bio-Hazardous Material:
- Bodily Fluid
- Fecal matter
- Human or Animal remains
- Chemical Spills