Biohazard Cleaning: A Specialized Endeavor
Biohazard cleaning deals with hazardous substances that pose potential risks to human health and the environment, requiring specialized skills, training, and equipment and is often in response to emergencies like suicides, homicides, blood spills, illnesses, or hoarding situations.
Biohazards encompass various substances such as blood, bodily fluids, chemical residues from drug use or production, viruses, bacteria, toxins, and other pathogens capable of causing diseases and infections.
Biohazard cleaning requires specific chemicals, tools, and procedures to effectively neutralize and return the area to a safe environment. Additionally, there are specific disposal protocols necessary for hazardous materials to keep the community environment safe.