Hazardous Waste Disposal
Any time you face the complexities of a death, serious accident, crime, or the accumulation of hoarding on your property there is the concern of hazardous waste being left in its wake. Should this happen to you, it is important to know that simply scrubbing the residence or living space in question is not enough, as there are likely serious biohazards and toxic waste present. In this case your number one concern should be in finding a professional biohazard cleanup company.
The managing of bio-hazardous material, even within a private household, must be handled by someone with a working knowledge of professional waste disposal under Georgia state and federal regulations.
The reasons for this are simple: massive blood loss, fecal matter or other hazardous materials can do damage to the environment or anyone who comes in contact with them — transmitting diseases or other sickness. Therefore, you may not dispose of hazardous wastes via your community trash collection. Biohazards could also enter the community water supply and make for even more problems.
If you find yourself facing any of these hazardous issues and looking for help with hazardous waste disposal, please contact our professional technicians today. Our service provides you with peace of mind, knowing that your household will not only be returned to the state in which it was prior to the death, accident, crime or hoarding, but will be done so under safe living conditions for whoever enters the household once we finish. This is especially important in cases of insurance or if you are looking to sell or rent a property, and we are also experts at dealing with insurance companies and providing all necessary information.
Our team of trained technicians apply OSHA and EPA-certified techniques to properly clean up waste and ensure safe disposal. We ensure there is no exposure to biohazard that can transmit disease and lead to health conditions.
Please contact Biotrauma today. We are available 24 hours a day and will respond throughout the Southeast area to provide service for all of your hazardous waste disposal needs.