San Diego is a wonderful place to live but, like all cities, not without its share of crime and trauma. If you are faced with the clean-up of a crime scene in your home or business after a crime or chemical hazard contamination, you do not need to, and should not, go through it alone.
Scenes of traumatic injury or death, suicides, accidental deaths, decomposing corpses, and methamphetamine labs are examples of difficult situations that require specialized clean-up, and are almost always the responsibility of the property owner to take care of. In addition to not knowing exactly where to start, you may also not realize all it takes to truly decontaminate, not just clean the surface of, an area that has been exposed to hazardous chemicals or biological tissues and fluids. Luckily there are companies specialized and certified in handling crime and trauma scene decontamination, known as CTS Decon, who can take care of:
- Detailed cleaning
- Removal of contaminated material
It’s important to know that Federal regulations deem all bodily fluids to be a bio-hazard in that they may carry and transmit infections including HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis A & B, Ecoli, and more. The state of California requires all companies that clean biological waste to register as trauma scene waste managers with the California Department of Public Health, and any employee who does this work must be certified to do so. Any biological or chemical waste removed from the scene must be transported in a special way and disposed of with specialized waste processors.
At Clean Earth Restorations we are certified in Bio Recovery Cleanup and Crime Scene/Trauma Cleanup. Our specially trained technicians will handle your unique situation with compassion and will get your home or business back to pre-incident condition. Don’t do this alone. Get the help you need, and we will help you through the process. Call us today for a free estimate.