Outlining the Waste Disposal Process

Outlining the Waste Disposal Process

Biohazardous waste removal is naturally a bit more expensive than traditional garbage disposal, and there are some relatively apparent reasons for this. Death, suicide and blood clean up, among other services offered by Bio & Trauma Scene Cleanup, all involve...
Examples of Biohazardous Waste

Examples of Biohazardous Waste

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,...
Standard Biohazard Cleanup Guidelines

Standard Biohazard Cleanup Guidelines

As your go-to source for accident clean up and trauma clean up in Utah, we at Bio & Trauma Scene Clean-Up operate under a very strict set of guidelines. Most crime scene cleanup and other forms of hazardous cleaning are governed by the Occupational Health and...
The Hazards Associated With Hoarding

The Hazards Associated With Hoarding

At Bio & Trauma Scene Cleanup, we’ve spent years specializing in the trauma cleanup industry. Everything from blood cleanup to specific biohazards – you name it, we’ve seen it. While accident cleanup and other major traumatic events are our most well-known...

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