Biohazard Clean Up - What You Need To Know
Biohazard's are potentially hazardous biological materials that can present a risk to the health of humans, animals for the environment. Biohazard must be cleaned in a way as to protect those around as well as to properly dispose of affected materials to prevent further contamination. Items that can absorb any biohazard waste should be treated as medical waste and should be properly disposed of. Those who attempt to clean up these disasters need to be trained on all the procedures required to keep everyone both directly and indirectly safe and sound. Common biohazard and hazardous cleanup's include materials such as blood, feces, urine, vomit, etc.
SERVPRO of E. El Dorado County/W. Lake Tahoe is recognized by the California Department of Public health as a trauma waste practitioner, Which means that we are registered pursuant to section 118321 of the medical waste management act. Not only are we the most qualified to help clean up your disaster, but we are also open and available with operators and cruise on standby 365 days a year, 24 hours a day because we understand that emergencies don't just happen during business hours.
SERVPRO of E. El Dorado County/W. Lake Tahoe works regularly with all major insurance companies including State Farm, Safeco, Mercury, US AAA, Liberty Mutual, and much more! Make sure to call on the biohazard experts at (530) 494-9194.