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Absolute Crime & Trauma Bio-Clean
“When cleaning absolutely matters.”
Bio-Medical Waste Removal – Disposal (better known as reg bag or medical waste) Services in Florida
No one without a license from the Florida Department of Health is allowed to transport bio medical waste. There are companies whom do not follow this law and should be reported immediatley.
Ozone Air Treatment
We have the largest ozone generators in the crime scene cleaning industry, our unit’s are company owned not leased or rented. The units are capable of eliminating the most evasive odors. With our machines we can eliminate odors in dwellings, vehicles, and any other indoor area like they were never there at all. Click Here for More Info on Ozone
H1N1 Disinfecting Services in Florida
we can disinfect your business with OSHA approved cleaning products as well as an ozone shock treatment.
Cleaning of Unsafe Dwellings in Florida
When dealing with filth clean up or gross filth scenes you may be seeing a family member at his or her worse. Filth cleanup is sometimes a term used with hoarders and will have some of the same types of issues. These will include vermin in the property that may have diseases such as rabies, you may find hazardous waste such as urine and semen as excessive trash, bacteria, mold, and fecal matter. This will not be an environment you will want to clean yourself. Usually the odor removal need alone will be something that will require professional services like ours.
Accident Cleanup In Florida
An Accident Clean Up request usually comes to a crime scene cleanup company when the accident involves a significant amount of blood or other bodily fluids. This represents a bio-hazardous situation, due to the possible presence of blood-borne pathogens or other bacteria and is not something that a normal cleaning service is suited for, comfortable dealing with or within their purview of services.
Hoarder Houses (Filthy Houses) in Florida
Hoarding is defined as the acquisition of, and inability to discard worthless items even though they appear (to others) to have no value. Hoarding behaviors can occur in a variety of psychiatric disorders and in the normal population, but are most commonly found in people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Those people who report compulsive hoarding as their primary type of OCD, experience significant distress or functional impairment from their hoarding.
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