Biohazard Cleanup Types
As the saying goes: "It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it." Biohazard cleanup oftentimes can be accompanied by sensitive situations, so it's not only important to get the job done, but also to handle it with care and respect. Here are some of the various biohazard cleanup types.
Unattended death would be any time someone passes away without the knowledge or care of another person. These are some of the most unfortunate situations, as it is usually other family members that find their loved ones deceased. Added to the emotional state of families during this time, the trauma that can accompany cleaning a space where unattended death happened is definitely worth avoiding. Unattended death is a situation we handle with great respect and care as well as professionalism.
Sewage can generally contain bacteria, viruses, and other elements that can cause illness. Sewage cleaning should only be done with proper training and protective equipment. Once again, not the most desirable job, but sewage cleanup is something we take pride in as we understand how it keeps the people safe around the damaged area. If you suspect sewage cleanup is necessary, don't wait to call, a sewage spill should be taken care of before it causes potential harm.
With the onset of Covid-19, we wanted to respond in a way that would be equally helpful, and fit the needs a business would have. 89% of consumers are uneasy about going back to brick-and-mortar locations. Combine that with over 50 years of experience in biochemical spill remediation and decontamination, and we knew there was a solution we could provide! Following protocols from the CDC, we are able to clean proactively, and in areas that have had known infections.
If you are in need of biohazard cleanup, don’t hesitate to call us! We will handle every situation with care and compassion as well as professionalism.