Just northwest of Phoenix in Maricopa County lies the City of Peoria, home to over 195,000 residents and ranking as 8th largest cities in Arizona. Like any urban center, Peoria faces situations that produce biohazardous waste, including unattended deaths, crime scenes, and workplace accidents involving blood. It’s crucial to entrust the containment and remediation of such hazardous materials to a professional biohazard cleanup service provider.
BioteamAZ provides expert biohazardous waste cleanup and remediation in Peoria and across Maricopa County. Our IICRC-certified technicians employ specialized equipment and procedures to meticulously restore contaminated properties to their pre-incident condition. You can rely on us to ensure the safety of your property through proper cleanup and disposal, as well as guide you through the entire insurance claims process. For effective biohazardous waste cleanup in Peoria, you can count on BioteamAZ – call us at 602-770-4972 for immediate assistance.
Why Choose BioteamAZ for Biohazard Cleanup in Peoria?
BioteamAZ is a family-owned and locally operated biohazardous waste cleanup company, servicing Peoria and all four corners of the State of Arizona since 2011. We’ve spent our lives trying to help people, which has led us to a niche field in which we get to help people through some of the darkest moments of their lives.
We’ve made it our mission to provide our clients with the absolute best possible care. You can count on us to demonstrate compassion and discretion throughout every step of the biohazard cleanup process. With the rise of numerous unlicensed and unprofessional cleanup companies, we’ve made sure to hold ourselves and all our technicians to the same professional standards:
How BioteamAZ Approaches Biohazard Cleanup in Peoria
For trusted biohazard cleanup in Peoria, turn to BioteamAZ. Our skilled technicians meticulously and efficiently remediate contaminated spaces, safely disposing of blood, bodily fluids, and other contamination risks. Count on BioteamAZ for professional biohazard cleanup and remediation services you can rely on.
Inspection & Safety – We conduct a comprehensive inspection of the area to determine the full scope of work while ensuring the area is secure and accessible by our technicians. We use appropriate PPE, such as hazardous material suits, gloves, and respirators, depending on the following OSHA guidelines on a safe work environment as well as all directions according to the Safety Data Sheets on our EPA approved chemicals.
Disinfection & Cleanup – All impacted areas are disinfected, all non-porous items are disinfected and moved to a clean and secure location nearby. Porous items that have been impacted by blood or fluids will need to be properly removed and destroyed at a biohazardous waste treatment plant. Single-use PPE tools are disposed of following ADEQ biohazardous waste regulations.
Waste Disposal – Any tools or PPE that can be disinfected will be treated on scene and properly stored. All biohazardous waste and other trash will be secured in our licensed transportation vehicles and removed from the premises. We then remove any remaining barriers or safety measures and turn the area back over to the appropriate parties.
Health, safety, and peace of mind are our priorities, and our team will do everything we can to deliver that to you.
BioteamAZ supports Peoria residents and business owners in restoring their properties following biohazardous contamination. Our professional remediation technicians ensure thorough sanitization while guiding you through the insurance claims process. We work to streamline the entire process, enabling families to prioritize healing and moving forward.
Bacteria & Germ Testing
On an average day, if a person sees something that looks clean, they assume it is clean. However, we know that a visual inspection is only the beginning. Our technicians at BioteamAZ perform ATP (Adenosine triphosphate) tests at the beginning and end of our cleanup service. The ATP test allows us to measure the presence of actively growing microorganisms (bacteria). This helps us assess the impact of viable bacteria and organic debris on the property.
Any porous or semi-porous items that have come into contact with bodily fluids will need to be properly treated and, most of the time, will need to be disposed of at an approved biohazardous waste treatment facility. This document is supported by photographs to show proof of loss of the items. This is especially important if you need to show proof of loss of personal property to your insurance company.
Paper is highly porous. If it has been directly impacted with blood or other potentially infectious materials, it must be transported to a medical waste facility for destruction. If we discover that any important documents have been damaged, the senior technician will discuss with you the procedures that need to be taken in order to salvage as much information from the documents as possible.
We hold ourselves to the highest standards and upon request will provide a post-remediation certification to you, property management, or your insurance company. We want to provide you with peace of mind that the property is safe to return to once we have completed our final evaluation.
Any professional dealing with blood will be properly trained and will utilize the necessary PPE to keep themselves safe from bloodborne pathogens and other unknown dangers. Hiring a professional will provide you with peace of mind that the area has been properly treated and disinfected.
All blood spills should be treated as though there are bloodborne pathogens present. This is not to judge or embarrass the person who was bleeding. This is solely for the safety of anyone involved in the clean-up process. Additionally, treating the scene for the worst possible pathogens will ensure that the area is safe again regardless of the health status of the person who lost their blood. In that way, we can provide you with peace of mind without having to discuss anyone’s medical history.
As a general rule, we do not clean and return porous items that have been impacted by blood. Some clothing or other fabric-based items may be able to be treated and washed, but upholstered items, carpeting, and other semi-porous items will require removal. These items will need to be removed and transported to an approved biohazardous waste treatment facility to be destroyed. Our goal is to ensure we have cleaned and disinfected to our stringent standards thereby returning your home or property to a safe and habitable state.
In our experience, this type of service is usually not covered by insurance, but it is still worth contacting your insurance provider to find out for sure. In instances where the cleanup is related to a medical issue, we may be able to help you get approved to process an insurance claim.
Each cleanup is different, so we will need more information to provide you with a scope of work. The length of time the fluids or waste have been sitting will play a factor in the treatment options. The type of flooring is equally important – engineered wood, carpet, and the grout between tiles are all porous materials meaning that they can quickly absorb liquids. If the fluids have been allowed to seep into the flooring or further to the subfloor, we will need to remove the flooring and dispose of it accordingly. It is our policy to ensure we have properly treated and disinfected the impacted areas, and in certain cases we can only do that by removing the flooring.
Due to the nature of the work, our team will be following all NIOSH and OSHA guidelines for a safe work environment, which includes extensive PPE to keep ourselves safe. As such, we would ask that you are not in the area while we are performing our services. Occasionally we will need to work for longer than the first day. In these instances, we will provide you with lodging accommodations at no cost to you.
Our team consists of claims specialists, and an attorney to assist you with all needs that may arise from beginning to end. We are available 24/7/365.
Crime Scene Cleanup
Cleaning up after a crime demands more than a surface-level cleanup. Our Peoria biohazard cleanup team ensures safe and thorough decontamination and restoration of the affected site, going above and beyond to ensure comprehensive restoration, regardless of whether the incident was violent or non-violent.
When individuals pass away in their home, it calls for thoughtful and discreet cleanup. Whether due to natural causes or suicide, our Peoria death cleanup team approaches these sensitive cases with compassion, providing comprehensive remediation and restoration services.
We offer a comprehensive range of cleanup services in Peoria to mitigate various biohazardous health risks, such as extensive mold growth or flood damage. Our solutions encompass a wide array of challenging situations, including Hoarding Cleanup, Vehicle Interior Decontamination, Water Damage Repair, and more.
A horrific event took place less than two weeks ago when a Tucson gunman killed three people and injured three others. In a series of senseless, violent acts, countless lives were shattered and heroes stepped forward to help those in danger at risk to themselves.
Accidents and violence can happen anywhere and anytime. Knowing this, BioteamAZ is always available around the clock to dispatch teams of professional biohazard cleaners to anywhere throughout the Avondale area and the larger state of Arizona.
We Are Arizona’s Best Biohazard Cleanup Specialists
Our mission is to provide our clients and their families with the absolute best possible care as we help them navigate the difficulties associated with the cleanup following what are often traumatic events. From beginning to end, you can count on our team to demonstrate compassion and discretion as we help guide you through every step of the cleanup process.
BioteamAZ is a professional and discreet trauma and crime scene cleaning company. We provide services for unattended death cleanup, impact from homicide and suicide deaths, along with odor remediation, MRSA and C-Diff infectious disease cleaning throughout the entire state of Arizona.