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What is biohazard remediation?

Posted by Jackson Short on Sun, Aug 25, 2019

Biohazard remediation is also known as crime scene clean up. It is the job of a professional certified remediation company to come in after a crime scene has occurred and properly clean the area. This situation is both emotionally sensitive and hygienically sensitive. Proper professionalism and processes must be followed to ensure a successful biohazard remediation.

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Topics: blood biohazard, crime scene clean up

How to Handle A Crime Scene Clean Up

Posted by Jackson Short on Wed, Jul 17, 2019

Death is not a subject that most people want to talk about, but when it happens it can leave us shocked and unprepared to deal with the aftermath. No matter the cause of death, there still must be clean up efforts involved.

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Topics: bio recovery, death scene cleanup, blood biohazard, crime scene clean up

Bio Recovery and Crime Scene Clean Up - What to Do

Posted by Kim Jones on Wed, Feb 06, 2013

When facing the tragedy after someone has died, the last thing you want to think about is how to clean up the scene. But, it's really important that you know what to do and how to handle the situation. Hiring a professional to handle the clean up is usually the best option. Crime scene cleanup is a niche specialty within the cleaning industry. This is specifically referred to as CTS Decon – crime and trauma scene decontamination, which involves:

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Topics: bio recovery, blood biohazard, crime scene clean up

Bio-Recovery in San Diego: crime scene and trauma scene cleanup

Posted by Kim Jones on Fri, Jul 27, 2012

Bio-Recovery, the work of cleaning up and disenfecting crime and trauma scenes or the scene of a death (human or animal), is not a widely known industry. Most people would never think about bio recovery, until they have an urgent sitation and they need help.

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Topics: crime scene cleanup, bio recovery, death scene cleanup, blood biohazard

Crime Scene Cleanup: Blood Biohazard

Posted by Blake Carroll on Thu, Jul 12, 2012

Crime scene cleanup services can be necessary following any number of events including homicide, suicide, and decomposition, and for sewage spills from accidents that include bodily fluids, both human and animal. It's a difficult topic, and nobody wants to be dealing with the clean up of a crime scene, but it's so important that the situation is handled correctly.

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Topics: crime scene cleanup, bio recovery, death scene cleanup, blood biohazard

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