Blood Cleanup Services

Blood Cleanup Services

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Blood Cleanup Service Overview

When we arrive to provide a blood cleanup service, our primary focus throughout our work is safety for our technicians and for anyone else who will pass through the area after our service is complete. However, regardless of the cause, a professional biohazard cleaning is necessary when blood is involved. No matter if you know the health status of the individual, an area impacted by blood should be professionally cleaned and treated to ensure no dangers exist from bloodborne pathogens, viruses, or infectious diseases.

Effective Blood Cleanup & Disinfection

The sight and smell of blood can be impactful both emotionally and mentally. In situations where a blood spill is in a large quantity or area, the professionals at Bioteam are here to help minimize that impact so you can focus on more important matters. Our skilled team of cleanup and disinfection specialists is equipped to effectively clean, sanitize, and disinfect any blood spill.


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Blood Cleanup Process

When we arrive to provide a blood cleanup service, our primary focus beginning to end is safety for our technicians and for anyone else who will pass through the area after our service is complete. On top of being an IICRC-certified firm, all our technicians (including our owners) are Trauma and Crime Scene Certified.

  • 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, 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 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.

We understand an event like this can be traumatic, so our goal is to help eliminate the visual memory so that you can focus on moving forward.

Related Services

Bodily Fluids/Human Waste Cleanup

In the event there are other bodily fluids or waste that need to be cleaned up, we will plan and address every aspect of the process. Bloodborne pathogens can present many health hazards, and those risks are compounded with the additional presence of bodily fluids and/or fecal matter.

Odor Treatment

Odors related to blood spills can become unbearable in a short amount of time. Bacteria will attack the fluids immediately and the longer the source of the odor is left alone, the worse the odor impact will be to the rest of the property.

Water Damage Cleanup

If there is water damage to the property due to the blood spill event, we will outline and perform the necessary water remediation steps to make your property safe from mold, fungus, and other dangers related to water damage.

Frequently Asked Questions

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 the 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.

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