Biohazard Cleanup & Disinfection

Biohazard cleanup involves cleaning, sanitizing, and deodorizing areas where a traumatic event such as an accident, injury or death has occurred. Thus, dealing with biohazards often means dealing with blood, human or animal remains, chemical spills, and more. Interestingly, the state is not responsible for cleaning up a crime scene. After police investigators collect evidence from the scene, it is up to the property owner to seek biohazard cleaning services. A professional cleanup team can arrive onsite only after the police have gathered enough evidence related to the crime.  Additionally, biohazard cleanup can be many things, not just crime scenes.

Most Common Biohazard Scenarios

Biohazards are blood, tissue, and body fluids that may contain harmful pathogens. Crime, accident, hoarding, and unattended death scenes require careful cleanup and sanitization, and the legal and safe disposal of contaminated materials.

It’s not a simple process.

Effective biohazard cleanup requires experience, the right equipment, appropriate cleaning compounds, and a field-tested process customized to each situation. Well-meaning loved ones and property owners quickly learn that cleaning up blood, human tissue, decomposition, and other organic waste can become psychologically and physically overwhelming. We encourage you to contact us BEFORE you decide to tackle something like this by yourself. Any time someone handles potentially hazardous materials, they are put at significant risk.  It is best to leave this type of clean up to professionals.  It’s rigorous, strenuous and psychologically difficult work. Thus, following proper training, safety procedures, and regulations is critical.

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Professional Experience

New Day Decon is women owned and operated. Our compassionate, professional and IICRC certified technicians are here to help when you need it most.  Trusted by law enforcement agencies, insurance companies, and individual families alike, our expert technicians will ensure your biohazardous waste cleanup is performed safely and according to all OSHA standards.  Kindness, compassion, and patience always comes standard with every job.  

Our mission is to provide professional and compassionate service today so you can focus on a new day tomorrow.

New Day Decon Remediation Process

Assess

As soon as we arrive on scene our team will complete a thorough initial walk-through of the scene to determine the scope and length of the project. We respond to any request quickly and courteously. We treat every situation with respect.

New Day Decon follows all OSHA-mandated procedures and recommendations.

Control and Setup

Our team follows strict safety protocols. After assessment will will divide the affected areas into zones to control the affected area(s) and securing all clean areas.  Our technicians wear all required protective clothing including (footwear, gloves, masks, etc).

We use OSHA’s recommended cross-contamination protocol.

Remove

Initially, we remove all visible traced on hazardous materials (blood, biological materials, mold, etc) from the affected area(s). This is the most dangerous step of the remediation process. We are respectful of your property and will make recommendations of what can be salvaged and what must be disposed of.

Clean, Disinfect, Deodorize

After removal of the visible contamination our technicians will clean, disinfect, and deodorize affected surfaces using EPA-rated disinfectants. This provides comfort that all possible contaminate are removed and the areas are completely clean, odor free, and ready for normal use.

Verify

Our last step: Once the affected areas are cleaned, disinfected and properly deodorized our team will verify there are no more contaminates.  To do this we use adenosine triphosphate (ATP) testing technology. After verification we guarantee hospital-level standards of disinfection.

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