When it comes to cleaning up biohazardous spills it is important to hire someone that you can trust. At Crime Scene Clean we are here to help the community of Texas with cleaning up after an event that necessitates having a professional cleaning team that is both trained in OSHA and EPA guidelines.

The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHAct) was passed to prevent workers from being killed or seriously harmed at work. This law requires that employers provide their employees with working conditions that are free from known dangers. When you are working with biohazardous spills, it is necessary that your staff is ready and understands that safety procedures. At Crime Scene Clean, we make sure that our staff is ready to deal with all materials and hazards and their safety is our number one concern along with properly cleaning your home or office.

Not only are our staff properly trained to deal with blood, floods and hoarding but we are also insured and bonded and all of our vehicles are unmarked to promise that we will not draw any attention to us and you when we arrive at the scene. We work with the insurance companies so that you won’t have any out-of-pocket expense, save for possibly a small deductible. Our goal is to simply clean up and help you recover after a traumatic situation.

Biohazard Clean Up

Cleaning up biohazardous materials has extremely strict standards and regulations due to the dangers. Because of this, it is important that you hire a team that is certified and trained. These materials can cause many adverse health effects, which can include illness, injury and death from organisms, body tissue, bacteria, fecal matter, viruses, and many non-natural materials. Although you may think of fecal material and blood but many other materials can cause a lot of problems such as: antifreeze, batteries, cleaning chemicals, fire extinguishers, medical waste and more.

We provide medical waste removal for clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, dental offices, and more that require our services. When you work with Crime Scene Clean we provide quick service that is done right the first time and can keep you safe. We also will pick up and dispose of any needles and other materials used in medical procedures. Overall, no matter what your cleanup need is, we are here to provide Texas with Biohazardous cleanup, so call us today and we will be there for you!