BIO & TRAUMA CLEANUP
Services We Provide
It can be devastating when traumatic events happen in your home or workplace. The emotional impacts are more than enough to deal with. That’s why you should trust a professional trained in the field to handle the cleanup and remediation of the scene in the aftermath.
What remains after the tragedy often includes biohazardous materials that must be cleaned and disposed of properly. PureOne Services St. Louis will dispatch a crew to your premises who is trained and experienced in biohazard cleanup. We will handle everything with discretion and professionalism so that you have peace of mind knowing the area is safe for occupancy.
What is a Biohazard?
A biohazard is defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a dangerous biological substance that poses a risk of serious illness and even death to human beings.
Biohazards can be living organisms themselves, such as bacteria, or by-products of organisms, like fecal waste containing viruses. Rodent droppings, for example, are considered a biohazard because they contain Hantavirus—a virus that can cause a fatal illness in people.
Because biohazards present a number of health risks, they need to be properly contained and eliminated by experienced professionals. The biohazard remediation specialists at PureOne Services St. Louis are bloodborne pathogen-certified and extensively trained in preventing disease transmission, allowing them to safely and effectively address risks.
How Does Biohazard Remediation Work?
Removing biohazardous waste and sanitizing an area isn’t something you can accomplish with a mop and a bucket of bleach. Our professional cleanup crews are equipped to handle a variety of different bio and trauma remediation situations safely, effectively, and discretely.
After a site assessment and completed documentation of apparent biohazards and damage, we’ll work to contain those dangerous elements and remove them from the site before beginning the decontamination process.
PureOne Services St. Louis utilizes professional-grade disinfectants, specialized products, and ozone treatments to clean and sanitize porous surfaces, remove stains, and eliminate odors from your home or commercial building.
\We’ll also remove and reconstruct any compromised structural components, leaving your premises safe and sound. Finally, we will work with you and your insurance claims adjuster to get your claim filed and processed.
Types of Biohazard Remediation
PureOne Services St. Louis provides cleanup services for a range of biohazard situations, from crime scene cleanup to odor and rodent remediation. Here are some common types of biohazard cleanup that require professional remediation services.
It’s never easy to lose a loved one, but it can be particularly difficult to deal with the aftermath of a suicide. PureOne Services St. Louis understands the need for discretion and compassion during this time and will work to clean the site quickly and efficiently. Our suicide cleanup team will work to remove all blood, bodily fluids, decomposition, and odors from the home.
Unattended Death Cleanup
An unattended death occurs when a person passes away alone. The coroner will eliminate the dead body from the scene; however, the property owner is required to cleanup what’s left on their own. To handle this situation properly a professional biohazard cleanup is required to decontaminate the area.
Bio Trauma Cleanup Solutions with PureOne Services
Everyone reacts to tragedy differently, but the facts remain the same: someone has to clean up and sanitize the site of a traumatic incident.
The professionals at PureOne Services St. Louis are fully equipped and licensed to deal with a range of biohazards. But we’re not just a cleaning crew—we approach each situation with care and empathy, taking a personal approach to the tricky task of restoration.
PureOne Services is on call 24 hours a day and here to serve you. We specialize in helping people who are dealing with a major trauma in their lives.
If you require biohazard cleanup services, contact us today.