Services We Provide
- Biohazard cleanup
- Crime scene cleanup
- Suicide cleanup
- Unattended death cleanup
- Blood cleanup
- Homeless encampment cleanup
- Odor remediation
- Rodent Bio Cleanup
- Tear Gas Remediation
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 fatal illness in people.
Because biohazards present a number of health risks, they need to be probably contained and eliminated by experienced professionals. The biohazard remediation specialists at PureOne Services 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 utilizes professional-grade disinfectants, specialized products, and ozone treatments to clean and sanitize porous surfaces, remove stains, and eliminate odors from your home. We’ll also remove and reconstruct any compromised structural components, leaving your home or building 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 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.
- Biohazard Cleanup
This is an umbrella term that covers any cleanup services involving biohazards or biohazardous waste. If you find yourself faced with a potential biohazard, protect your health and contact the professionals at PureOne Services.
- Crime Scene Cleanup
When police finish processing a crime scene, the owner is left to clean up the area. A professional remediation team can alleviate stress during this traumatic time by safely and effectively restoring the area.
- Suicide Cleanup
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 understands the need for discretion and compassion during this time and will work to clean the site quickly and efficiently.
- Unattended Death Cleanup
An unattended death occurs when a person passes away alone. These situations can lead to potential biohazards, which require a specially trained cleanup crew to decontaminate the area.
- Blood Cleanup
Bloodborne pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, microorganisms, and toxins, should be handled by trained professionals. If you find yourself faced with a bloodied surface covering an area larger than a dinner plate, call PureOne Services’ team of biohazard remediation specialists.
- Homeless Encampment Cleanup
Any place that involves people living in close conditions can play host to a number of biohazards, from fecal matter to blood. A cleanup crew can safely remove potential biohazards and restore the area.
- Odor Remediation
Unpleasant odors can indicate a larger problem and potential biohazards. Our trained technicians can clean contaminated surfaces to remove these lingering odors.
- Rodent Remediation
Rodent feces left behind after an infestation can carry dangerous Hantaviruses, which can be released when piles of fecal matter are disturbed. A professional cleanup crew can remove these biological hazards safely.
- Tear Gas Remediation
Lingering tear gas can cause health issues and make an area uninhabitable. Trained cleaners can remove this dangerous residue and restore an area.
Remediation and Restoration Services
PureOne Services got its start when five friends banded together to help hurricane victims. After witnessing the intense emotional and physical trauma caused by a natural disaster and assisting with the cleanup in the aftermath, the friends decided to offer restoration and remediation services in their home states. We’re proud to offer compassionate and quick emergency cleanup services day or night at four locations around the country.
Matthew Fleisher, owner of PureOne Services Connecticut, knows that crime scene cleanup and other biohazard events require professional expertise coupled with a caring and empathetic approach to remediation. His team of trained professionals is based in Niantic and is ready and able to address your Connecticut cleanup needs.
PureOne Services Georgia offers a variety of restoration and remediation services, ranging from natural disaster help to mold remediation. Owners Sandra and Pat Apoian take a personal approach to remediation, putting their customers first and handling any and all needs with sensitivity.
Todd Olson operates PureOne Services Minnesota with fine attention to detail, both in his remediation work and careful selection of his staff. Hoarding cleanup services and a range of other restoration and remediation services are available throughout the Twin Cities and the surrounding suburbs.
Jerry Fisher, owner of PureOne Services Missouri, operates out of Sunset Hills, Missouri and services the St. Louis metro area as well as southern Illinois. Whether you require crime scene cleanup, water damage remediation, or professional biohazard services, his team is ready to create a comprehensive plan to best address your needs.
Bio and 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 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. If you require biohazard cleanup services, contact us today.