Certified Biohazard and Trauma Technicians
ServiceMaster of Kalamazoo has the capacity to compassionately clean up after:
Unfortunately, these situations arise, but our team is certified and trained to handle your loss. Our technicians are extremely knowledgeable about handling biohazard and trauma cleanups and will help you restore the affected area quickly.
- Why Cleaning Yourself is a Bad Idea
Cleaning bio-hazardous material is dangerous for you and your health. In some cases, but not all, personal protective equipment alone consists of: full body, poly coated suit with boots and hood, face shield, safety glasses, respirator, steel toe with steel shank, booties, rubber over boots, flashlight, duct tape, and various gloves. This is not including all our cleaning equipment or proprietary cleaning products. Also, law requires biohazardous material to be properly disposed of or fines will be issued. Trauma cleaning is a big task, and no one should tackle this job alone.
- Call the Professionals
We are trained and certified to clean and disinfect the area so there is no worry of left behind infectious material or odor. We locate and clean areas people may overlook if cleaning themselves. We leave knowing all surfaces are completely safe for use or new installation. Your peace of mind and health is most important. Let the professionals clean up.
- Don’t Relive the Trauma
You don’t want to be traumatized from cleaning the trauma yourself. Call the professionals today.
Cleaning Hazardous Waste Yourself?
…just because it looks clean doesn’t mean it’s clean of infectious material
Biohazard and trauma cleaning is a hard task to take upon yourself, especially if it is a traumatic experience, and we do not recommend it. Our technicians understand what needs to be cleaned and what needs to be disposed of all while keeping your best interest in mind. There are many guidelines to follow. ServiceMaster follows these standards and procedures using professional equipment and products. Our technicians properly clean and dispose all affected areas as required by the three federal agencies: (1) OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration), (2) DOT (Department of Transportation, and (3) EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). These agencies govern safe handling and removal of regulated infectious waste.Visit our biohazard and trauma cleanup page