Homicide and crime scenes contaminate by blood or other bodily fluids are biohazard dangers. These spaces need to be entered carefully and only by professionals. Once first responders and law enforcement officials have completed their investigation, its time to call in a certified professional clean up crew.

While crime scene investigators are skilled at examining a crime scene they don’t have the experience or knowledge to safely sanitize the space. Often this job is left to family or friends or the owner of the business where the crime happened. Yet, disinfecting after a homicide or similar crime is a complicated process. There is a lot of work that needs to be done to ensure all biohazards have been removed and the space is safe.

By the time a cleanup team arrives, there have been a lot of other individuals walking around the space and tracking biohazardous materials around the scene. Police officers, paramedics, forensic personal and those from the coroner’s office can lead to cross contamination around the scene. All the surfaces in the space need to be disinfected and sanitized to make the area safe for others to inhabit again. Using the most up-to-date cleaning methods and advanced technology, you can rest assured that Econ Biohazard’s teams will get the job done right.

We follow all the applicable OSHA and EPA Biohazard cleaning regulations so you can be sure that our work meets the highest standards. Our meticulous cleaning process guarantees that all surfaces are fully decontaminated, disinfected and deodorized.

At Econ, our trained cleaning specialists are also sensitive to the emotional toll that traumas can have on those involved. We pride ourselves on our quick, efficient and discreet services. Let us help you with the cleaning process so you can begin to heal.

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