“Crime scene cleanup” or “biohazard clean up” refers to the cleaning of blood, hazardous materials, or other potentially infectious materials and substances. These types of situations require a specialized and professional cleanup. Whether it’s vomit, blood, or sewage (sometimes called “black water”), it is imperative that the cleaning be thorough. These are unusual types of cleanups that can range from people getting sick, to a crime scene or an unattended death.
During the recovery process, the customer shouldn’t have to worry about the cleanup. That’s where TRILINK comes in. We answer the call to get the scene cleaned up for you efficiently and professionally. We understand how difficult and stressful this type of situation is. We focus on getting the scene and affected possessions cleaned and back to normal, so you don’t have to.
What Does the Cleaning Process Involve
Professionals will wear special protective gear when dealing with biohazard situations. This is known as PPE, or Personal Protective Equipment. This protective equipment will often cover the entire body from head to toe. Respirators are worn for safe and clean breathing. Ultimately, the amount of PPE to be worn depends on the level of hazardous materials present at the scene.
-Assess the situation and cleanup needed
-Remove all traces of blood, waste matter, crime scene processing chemicals, etc.
-Disinfect and sanitize all affected surfaces.
-Eradicate offensive odors.
-Properly dispose of contaminated items, fabrics, and other compromised property.
-Document the scene with ‘Before and After’ photos.
Things We Clean
-Blood and other biohazard contaminants that pose a serious health risk
-Stains that are hard to remove without special cleaning agents
-Fingerprint powder and evidence-gathering chemicals
-Tear gas and pepper spray residues
-Fire extinguisher residue
-Long-term damage and filth resulting from accumulated clutter
More information on crime scene and biohazard cleanup is available on the Trilink Restoration Services website.