Crime Scene Cleanup

Not too long ago, a property manager called me, she thought the State or Police Department would take care of an apartment that was the scene of a crime.  She was frustrated when she discovered it was her job to cleanup up the scene after the criminal investigation was over.

The property owner is responsible for cleanup. A task which can be very traumatizing.  Furthermore, if it’s not done correctly, there’s the high risk of spreading pathogens, especially those that survive outside of the body for days, weeks, or even months. Before you think that a bucket and a bottle of bleach will do the trick, call us and let us help.  Many times, insurance policies cover the cost of decontamination and cleanup making the out of pocket costs zero.

Crime Scene Cleanup Process and Areas

Available 24/7 our specialists are always on standby. Our team is dedicated to ensuring your job is handled professionally and in a timely manner.  Once a crime scene property is released back to you we can typically be on site within a few hours.  We guarantee your satisfaction and will work with you until you are completely satisfied.  Which, if you ask our customers, is always after our first visit.  All of our techniques and protocols adhere to EPAOSHA, and CDC requirements and recommendations.

Crime Scene Cleanup

Our expert technicians are standing by to help.

Fill out the form or call us at: 801-510-1050. We will respond promptly.



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


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.


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.


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.

New Day Decon Process