Cleaning Biohazard & Trauma Safely and Effectively

In traumatic events, support is needed, and we are here to help. Our team is fully trained and certified to handle all types of trauma cleanup. We are also trained in the psychology of different losses. We work with all types of people including: victim’s family, intermediary like someone from church, social services, the police, etc. Our experience, dedication, and quick response time ensures peace of mind.

Our technicians are available 24 hrs/day – 365 days/year

cleaning and restoration process for biohazard cleanup

What Matters Most

  • Your Safety
  • Our Safety
  • Your Peace of Mind
  • Response Time
  • Effectiveness of the Cleaning

Some of our biohazard cleanup services include:

  • Death Scenes
  • Trauma Accidents & Crime Scenes
  • Suicides
  • Natural or Unattended Deaths
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Tear Gas Cleaning
  • Uninhabitable Residences
  • Disinfecting and Odor Removal
  • Blood Cleaning
  • Biohazard Cleaning
  • Filth Cleaning
  • Homicide Scene
  • Hoarding Cleanup

Why I should let professionals clean up biohazard waste?

“If there is blood, or potentially infectious materials, it is infectious waste and needs to be cleaned and disposed of properly.”

-EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)

Immediate Assistance

Call 269-344-3600

Our emergency response center will handle your call 24/7/365

  1. Prepared

  2. We are trained in the psychology of different traumas and certified for proper cleaning. Communicating effectively is essential, but cleaning is our top priority. Many bio-hazardous situations are different, and we believe understanding the situation benefits everyone. Cleaning trauma is delicate yet hard work. Please don’t try to tackle this on your own.

  3. Professional

  4. Our first step is to establish the scope of the loss by identifying the severity of the situation. Our team identifies what to clean vs. what to dispose.

  5. Protected

  6. We follow all standards in our procedures and equipment while cleaning bloodborne pathogens and other hazardous material. We follow the three federal agencies that govern safe handling and removal of regulated infectious waste including: (1) OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration), (2) DOT (Department of Transportation, and (3) EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).

  7. Meticulous

  8. Our experts will determine if the situation is a *Level 1 Exposure or *Level 2 Exposure and follow procedures from there. Cleaning trauma is serious business, and we realize this is a hard time for you. Our goal is to provide complete restoration to the site or area that needs to be cleaned, and we take all steps necessary to ensure proper cleaning, removal, and disposal of all materials.


*Level 1 Exposure

A site that has been contaminated by a traumatic event but has been discovered before any biological decomposition or odors have developed. Some areas of the site may still be habitable and people may still occupy these areas during restoration.
This is consider a more simple cleanup.

*Level 2 Exposure

A site that has resulted in odor bad enough people cannot inhabit area. The bodily fluids have decomposed and the depth to which they have penetrated contents and environmental surfaces vary widely. This exposure occurs after blood or other infectious material has had time to soak in.
This requires more complex cleaning.