What to Know About Biohazard Cleaning Prices

What to Know About Biohazard Cleaning Prices Each biohazard scene is unique and every cleanup procedure takes a number of factors into account, including what’s been affected, how widespread the scene is, the required manpower & time, and the reason biohazard cleaning is necessary — homicide, suicide, unattended death, hoarding, etc. These are just a […]

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What You Should Know About Hazmat Cleanup

What You Should Know About Hazmat Cleanup Hazmat cleanup requires much more than a mop and bucket. Situations involving communicable disease, accidents with blood spillage, asbestos, harmful chemicals, lead, and biological waste — must undergo a thorough remediation process. In the event that hazmat cleanup is necessary, it is often recommended (or required in some […]

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How Long Does it Take For a Body to Decompose Without Embalming?

How Long Does it Take For a Body to Decompose Without Embalming? Although it may sound morbid, it’s human nature to wonder about death. Nobody knows what happens after you die, but one thing is certain: the natural process of human decomposition — the postmortem decay of tissue and muscle. Despite the process of decomposition […]

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The Significant Dangers of Human Waste Cleanup

The Significant Dangers of Human Waste Cleanup Human feces and urine can be biohazardous and, in many cases, require proper disinfection by an industry expert specializing in human waste cleanup. Because of the high exposure risk to infectious diseases, human waste cleanup is a specialty service that often requires proper training, equipment, certification, and licensing. […]

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The Difference Between Natural and Unnatural Death

What’s the Difference Between Natural and Unnatural Death? We’ve all heard the phrase, “they died of natural causes,” but most probably do not know what that phrase actually means. When someone dies of “old age” or as a result of a health condition or illness, his or her death is considered a natural death; however, […]

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