Biohazard remediation services are used to thoroughly remove biohazards — biological substances that are dangerous to living organisms — from various environments. Biohazards can be blood and other bodily fluids, animal waste, sewage, or other items, such as needles, that have been contaminated by bodily fluids. Without proper cleanup of these substances, the possible spread of diseases, such as HIV, AIDS, hepatitis B and C, is much higher. Even if you think the area is clean, the possibility of lingering diseases still may exist.
Why is proper biohazard remediation so important?
Without proper remediation of a specific area, it may be hard to move on from a horrific event and ensure the area is thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. EnviroServe provides biohazard remediation of these areas with proper sanitation to stop the spread of disease and the possibility of cross contamination. We also properly dispose of the biohazard waste according to OSHA standards to eliminate other possibilities of contamination.
Our biohazard remediation process
EnviroServe follows established procedures in every biohazard event to ensure proper cleanup and disposal of items set by OSHA. In the event biohazard remediation is needed, our trained team will:
- Evaluate the area of contamination
- Control and separate the area to prevent any possible cross contamination
- Properly clean the area to remove biohazard waste items, disinfect, and deodorize the area
- Properly dispose of biohazard waste
The EnviroServe team is professional, respectful, and compassionate of each situation and keeps all information confidential.
Situations we clean up after
EnviroServe is skilled in biohazard remediation for a variety of situations, including:
- Crime scenes
- Clandestine drug labs
- Unattended or undiscovered deaths
- Blood spills
- Sewage spills and backups
- Animal waste or remains
- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Are you looking for a biohazard remediation provider?
Contact EnviroServe 24/7 at (800) 488-0910 for planned or emergency biohazard remediation cleanup.