The BioClean Team provides fast, discreet and compassionate biohazard cleanup services throughout Southern California, including:
- Suicide Cleanup
- Homicide Cleanup
- Crime Scene Cleanup
- Unattended Death Cleanup
- Forensic Cleaning
- Decomposition Cleanup
- Hoarding Cleanup
- Infectious Disease Cleanup
- Medical Waste Disposal
- Hazardous Waste Removal
Why Choose The BioClean Team?
We are OSHA-certified and certified as a Trauma Scene Waste Management Practitioner, and we are licensed by the California Department of Public Health to disinfect, clean, remove and dispose of all biohazards that are present.
The BioClean Team’s certified technicians not only have the experience necessary to fully remediate any type of biohazard, we also understand that these are difficult and emotional circumstances, and our goal is to provide compassionate cleanup services as quickly and discreetly as possible.
Our owner is a nurse with more than 10 years of emergency room experience, and she knows that when you’re dealing with the grief and aftermath of a horrible situation, the last thing you’re worried about is cleanup. And, you shouldn’t have to worry. The BioClean Team has helped victims and families through all types of crisis and hazardous waste situations, and we can help you.
We are a locally owned and operated company, licensed by the California Department of Public Health to provide all types of San Diego biohazard cleanup services. Each member of our expert team is certified to provide biohazard and death cleanup services.
Additionally, our owner’s background in microbiology and chemistry is VITAL to ensuring that your property is restored to a biologically safe level.
How Much Does It Cost?
Usually, crime scene cleanup in San Diego, biohazard cleanup in Southern California and all trauma cleanup services are covered by insurance, so in most cases, there will be no out-of-pocket costs.
Whether you are a landlord or a family member, we are happy to handle all of the insurance-related paperwork. Over the years, we have worked with just about every insurance carrier and fully understand the entire process.
Biohazard Cleanup – Legalities & Risk
Biohazardous waste, also known as infectious waste, includes blood, body fluids and human cell lines. These biohazards are contaminated with potentially infectious agents or other materials that are considered a threat to public health or the environment.
Aside from the emotional impact of any death-related cleanup, there is a significant health risk if you allow infectious biohazards to remain on site. The property owner must have the area professional remediated to mitigate future health risks. Asking an employee or vendor not certified in blood-borne pathogen handling is not legal and can expose a company to significant liability.
Regular household cleaners are not suitable for Southern California biohazard cleanup or Southern California death cleanup. We clean with a three-tiered chemical system which kills gram positive and gram-negative bacteria, including Salmonella enterica, Staphylococcus aureas, Methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA), and E.coli. Our virucidal agent is registered to work against many types of influenza as well as acting as a fungicidal against Aspergillus niger, Candida albicans and Trichophyton mentagrophytes.
After You Call . . .
After we receive a call, our Southern California-based team will prepare for cleanup and head out. We are available 24 hours a day and can reach most cleanup scenes within an hour or two. Once the authorities have left and we are cleared for cleanup, we will go in and remove all traces of biohazards as well as any contaminated items, such as mattresses, rugs, carpeting, etc.
If you need crime scene cleanup in Southern California, death cleanup, suicide cleanup or any type of biohazard cleanup in Southern California, give us a call at any time. We are on call at all times and can help with this difficult and emotional situation. Our owner, Stacy, also can provide you additional resources to help you through the initial trauma.