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Biohazard Clean Up

Biohazard Remediation

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Biohazard Remediation In crime and trauma situations, such as homicides, suicides, unattended deaths, industrial accidents, and more, biohazard remediation is needed to fully remove, disinfect, and restore areas affected by blood, feces, urine, vomit, and other body fluids. Instead of relying on commercial cleaning products, the most effective way to ensure site safety is to hire a professional biohazard remediation company, like Burns Environmental. Why Proper Biohazard Remediation is So Important A biohazard is a biological or chemical substance or situation that is dangerous to human beings and the environment. Biohazards in crime and trauma scenes can exist anywhere human…

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Biohazard Clean Up

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Biohazardous waste cleanup requires safety precautions in order to prevent the spread of potential infections. Potentially hazardous bloodborne pathogens can be present even in the smallest drops of blood and other body fluids, so following proper biohazardous waste cleanup procedures can help prevent certain diseases Burns Environmental is a crime scene and trauma clean up company, abides by all federal and state regulations to ensure safety. Burns Environmental provides crime and trauma scene cleanup in a discreet, professional, and safe manner, and is compliant with state and federal agency requirements. We take extra precaution when handling potentially hazardous materials, including…

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By | Biohazard Clean Up

When conducting a biohazard cleanup, most people think using a commercial cleaning agent is sufficient. However, there is no way to know for sure if the affected area has been disinfected properly. Professional biohazard cleanup companies use highly effective methods to remediate crime and trauma scenes, unattended deaths, and other tragic situations to ensure the site is safe. What are Biohazards? A biohazard is an organism or a byproduct that is harmful or potentially harmful to human beings. Some examples of biohazards are: Blood Feces Urine Vomit Bacteria Viruses Toxins Medical Waste Many people think they can only encounter biohazardous…

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What should you do if you have a crime scene on your property?

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The unimaginable happens and someone is accidentally or not accidentally hurt in your home, business, or propertyyou now have a situation on your hands. The police, EMTs, and a coroner will come and remove the person, conduct their investigation, and be on their way. In many cases, you are suck with what is left: blood, bodily fluids, and sometimes even body parts. What should you do with the mess that is left behind? Here are some things that you should or should not do when a crime or traumatic incident takes place in your home, business, or property. Do NOT…

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Examples of Biohazardous Waste

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During clean up after a crime scene, accident or trauma situation, biohazard waste is a common possibility. Biohazard waste is defined as any waste contaminated with potentially infectious agents or materials that may pose a threat to public health or the environment, and at Bio & Trauma Scene Cleanup, were here to help with any and all instances of this waste. What exactly makes up the broad definitions of biohazardous waste? Lets look at a few examples of the most common types of waste that may be found during one of these situations. Contaminated Disposables In any situation where humans…

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