Crime scenes present a unique combination of problems for detectives and medical examiners, as well as for those tasked with cleaning the aftermath of a crime. Commonly referred to as Crime Scene Cleanup or trauma scene cleanup, specialized training is needed by those who may attempt to remove blood and bodily fluids from a crime, trauma or accident scene.
Once removed, a body leaves behind both visual and microscopic traces that can prove harmful to those who may come into contact with them. Although the appearance of blood, fluids and tissue warrants a thorough cleaning effort, it requires much more than simply wiping it up. Trained Crime & Trauma Scene Cleanup Technicians are often required.
If you are not dealing with a death or crime scene but instead blood and bodily fluids related to an accident or injury, please click this link to learn more about the remediation of an "Accident Scene"More on Remediation
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Hoarding, gross filth cleanup, clutter and junk removal typically involves cleaning a building or residence that a reasonable person would find uninhabitable, often due to a combination of: filth and debris from hoarding, fecal matter, bodily fluids, excessive trash, expired food, odor, boxed items, mold, mildew, etc. These extreme situations often require the services of trained professionals.
The task of cleaning a cluttered area, often referred to as hoarding cleanup, can be challenging and often impossible for an individual untrained in decontamination and odor removal. One must be trained to properly locate and safely eliminate these biohazards.
If you are looking for help with hoarding, filth, clutter or any other services offered below, please call us at 1-800-759-6960 and ask for Steve Hanna or Brandon Stone. Even if you're not ready to begin the cleanup process, feel free to call us for advice and information.
Over the years the staff of Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. has become aware of the fact that many of our clients are not hoarders and do not live in homes filled with filth and trash. While compulsive hoarding is a condition that many battle throughout their lives, we understand that many more of our clients simply do not have the time or energy to maintain their home in a manner that they and their family members find to be acceptable.
Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. offers a cleaning service to homeowners and renters who are not classified as a hoarder, but do require a more robust cleaning service than that typically offered by traditional home cleaning services.
Please click the button below to learn more about this services.Green Cleaning
Although our primary service area covers Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky, Wisconsin and Michigan, our technicians will often travel further to provide assistance.
As part of our effort to assist clients nationwide, Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. now manages a network of crime scene cleanup companies. As respected trainers in this industry, our management team selects only the very best companies to represent us outside of our service area. Our affiliates have proven themselves to be the best and most competitively priced in the industry. If you are in need of any of the services we offer, please contact us at 1-800-759-6960. We will put you in touch with a competent crime scene restoration company in your state.
Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. has removed over 65 tons of biohazard waste from homes and businesses throughout the United States.
Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. has trained and certified over 195 technicians from as far away as Europe, the Middle East, Mexico and Canada. We offer a 5 day course with 20 hours of hands-on training.
Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. has 5 key management personnel in the office and a dispatch center standing by ready to assist you.
The Management Team of Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. has a combined 115 years of service to the public through law enforcement and business services.
We understand that contacting us may be a difficult decision. We will do everything we can to help you through this difficult process.
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