Vehicle Biohazard Sanitation

Did you know that biohazards are often present in cars and other vehicles? A vehicle becomes contaminated with a biohazard anytime bodily fluids are emitted into the vehicle. This is common in the case of car accidents, suicides, homicides, medical emergencies, and unattended deaths. It is particularly challenging to eradicate biohazards from a vehicle because of an abundance of porous materials inside of the car, as well as lots of nooks and crannies for fluids to ‘hide.’ For this and other reasons, you should hire a professional to handle vehicle biohazard sanitation. This ensures the safety of future vehicle occupants.

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meth exposure in children girl

We’ve all seen upsetting before and after photos of adults who have become addicted to meth. The physical changes that take place in just a few months are staggering. But what happens when children are repeatedly exposed to methamphetamine in their environment?  Meth Exposure in Children Fetuses in the womb can be harmed my meth…

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Meth Residue Remediation in Alabama

Methamphetamine hydrochloride – also known as meth, speed, blue, crystal, and ice – is a highly addictive member of the amphetamine group of sympathomimetic amines. Meth is a powerful drug that affects the central nervous system. Smoking and ‘cooking’ meth creates a buildup of residue on all interior surfaces, which is a severe health hazard.…

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Last month, we discussed the 4 most common causes of sewage backups. This month, we are sharing ways that you can prevent a sewage backup in your home. Dispose of grease, fats, and oils properly – What happens to grease and oil when they cool down? They solidify. If you pour grease down your kitchen…

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4 Common Causes of Sewer Backups

No one wants to think about sewage backups, but they are all too common. Once sewage overflows into your home, it is not safe for you to clean it up. Sewage water is full of contaminants, ranging from viruses and bacteria to pharmaceutical drugs, mold, pesticides and other biohazards. The 4 Most Common Causes of…

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suicide cleanup

Cleaning up after a suicide is both physically exhausting and emotionally overwhelming. It also requires a degree of training that the average layperson doesn’t possess. We have numerous articles about why you should always hire a professional to clean up a decomposed body: Death and Decomposition Cleanup Cleaning, Sanitizing, and Disinfecting – What’s the difference?…

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According to the Mayo Clinic, hoarding disorder is: a persistent difficulty discarding or parting with possessions because of a perceived need to save them. A person with hoarding disorder experiences distress at the thought of getting rid of the items. Excessive accumulation of items, regardless of actual value, occurs. Hoarding is very different from collecting.…

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Most people see hoarding as a problem of too much stuff, but did you know that hoarding can be dangerous to your health and a serious safety issue? Hoarding dangers can include, but are not limited to: Mold and mildew growth Structural damage to the home Rodent and bug infestation Airborne bacteria from animal or…

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We recently posted an article on our blog titled: Biomedical Waste Cleanup. That article is a good place to start if you are looking for an overview of what biomedical waste is and how it can be safely treated and disposed of. The article you are reading now is a followup to the previous article.…

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