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Tucson’s #1 Biohazard Cleanup Company

Situated at in southern Arizona near the Coronado National Forest is the City of Tucson. The seat of Pima County and second largest city of Arizona, Tucson is home to 1,003,000 people and has continued to show rapid growth. The primary provider for first response in Tucson is the Tucson Fire Department, providing care for fires, medical emergencies, and incidents involving hazardous materials. Furthermore, their Public Education Section provides education, training, and resources to the people of Tucson to help reduce injury and death.

Like most major metro areas, violent crime is a problem in Tucson. Though its violent crime rate has been on an overall decline since the early 2000’s, it remains higher than the national average with South Tucson being a particular hotspot. The danger of violent crimes is not simply limited to the victim. Blood spills, bodily fluids, and decomposition can contaminate surfaces and belongings as well as potentially spreading dangerous life-threatening diseases. As such, if a violent crime has occurred, it is imperative you contact the professional biohazard and crime scene cleanup experts at BioteamAZ.

Tucson’s Premier Crime Scene Cleanup Professionals

We provide professional crime scene and biohazard cleanup services for the people and businesses of Tucson and greater Pima County. Operating with the utmost compassion, and discretion, our skilled IICRC certified technicians work tirelessly to return your property to its safe pre-trauma state. We also assist you in navigating the often-complex insurance claims process. However, our number one goal throughout our entire cleanup process is to ensure your safety and wellbeing.


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Crime Scene Cleanup Process

Crime scene cleanups can vary depending on a number of factors, including the severity and location of the incident as well as how much time has passed. While some sites can easily be contained, crimes involving guns, knives, or decomposition not only increase both the size of the contaminated area and extent of damage but also the risk for infection. To limit the spread of contamination and ensure everyone’s safety, our technicians wear full PPE during all cleanup services. The cleanup process can officially begin once we have received confirmation from TFD and TPD:

  • Assessment – Before cleaning, our technicians perform a thorough inspection of the crime scene to determine the size and extent of the impacted area and set up containment measures to prevent further contamination. Once the area has been effectively identified and contained, we develop and implement a comprehensive plan of action for the cleanup.

  • Removal of Contamination Source – The first step in the cleanup process is to remove all sources of contamination. This not only includes clothing and personal belongings but anything that has been impacted by blood or other bodily fluids. Porous substances such as carpet, drywall, and even subflooring may need to be removed if they have been soaked with blood or other hazardous fluids.

  • Decontamination & Cleanup – Once all sources of contamination have been removed, we begin disinfecting and cleaning all impacted areas and surfaces using EPA-approved disinfectant chemicals. This also includes any items that can be saved. We will make every attempt we can to save personal belongings; however, porous items typically cannot be saved and will need to be disposed of safely along with all waste at a state-approved biohazardous waste treatment facility per the ADEQ standards regarding biohazardous waste.

Biohazard Remediation Services in Tucson

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.

Unattended Death Cleanup

It is not uncommon for people to pass away alone in their homes or vehicles, especially in large metropolitan cities like Tucson. The longer bodies are left unfound, the longer they have to decompose, resulting in the release of various bodily fluids, bacteria, noxious odors, and other health hazards.

Suicide Cleanup

Suicides are incredibly tragic and traumatic events that require the utmost compassion and discretion when it comes to cleanup. Similar to unattended deaths, suicides can go undiscovered for a long time, resulting in the generation of numerous health and safety hazards. The nature of suicides also introduce the potential for exposure to a variety of bloodborne pathogens and bacteria.

Blood Cleanup

From accidents in the workplace to car crashes to crime scenes, there are many scenarios that require professional blood cleanup services. Blood can harbor infectious diseases and illness and—depending on the incident—can have a wide area of contamination. If blood is involved, it is crucial to your safety that you contact a professional biohazard cleanup team.