Biohazard cleaning is a very important and often overlooked service. Biohazards can include blood, bodily fluids, infectious agents, radioactive substances, or anything else that may cause serious injury to humans when not properly handled. Biohazard cleanup involves the use of special techniques and equipment for removing biohazards from surfaces and materials such as carpeting and furniture. Biohazard decontamination law requires those responsible for hazardous waste to be certified in bio-decontamination procedures before entering into any environment where there are potential hazards present. If you have an emergency with a possible biohazardous material please contact
our offices immediately.
Biohazard cleanup solutions and emergency response for homes, businesses, schools, or any location in need of bio-decontamination.Biohazards are dangerous substances that include bodily fluids (blood), infectious organisms (bacteria), and radioactive substances that may cause serious injury to humans when not properly handled. DeathPal Cleaners has licensed biohazard cleaners who can navigate these dangers and properly remove them through our decontamination process.
DeathPal Cleaners will use hazmat training, personal protective equipment, and containment to ensure that biohazardous materials are properly removed from a site. Bio-decontamination services
should only be done by licensed professionals who can not only sanitize the surfaces but can also properly deal with the disposal of the biohazard waste that is removed. Hazardous cleaning is often used in Biohazard cleanups and other hazardous materials. Hazardous cleaners are specially trained to remove biohazards quickly, effectively, and safely.
Biohazard Cleaning Laws
Environmental laws for biohazard cleaning vary from state to state and country. Bio-decontamination professionals should always be aware of the specific laws for where they are working so that there is no confusion or conflict with local authorities. DeathPal's biohazard cleaners have been trained in both hazardous materials removal as well as biohazards and bloodborne pathogens training, and follow all Federal, State, or Municipal laws involving biohazard cleaning.