Our emergency response services include biohazard cleanup for multiple scenarios. A biological hazard is a biological substance that poses a threat to the health of living organism. We provide biohazard cleanup after a death, suicide, homicide, accident, or trauma. We also cleanup incidents of extraordinary filth such as hoarding scenes or where human or animal waste is present. Cleaning the chemicals used for the creation of illegal drugs like methamphetamines also calls for a professional cleanup service.
Our team is trained to clean, remove and dispose of biohazardous waste in accordance with OSHA, EPA and health regulations. We also use the personal protective equipment and cleaning products necessary for safely returning a home or business back into a safe environment.
24 Hour Biohazard Cleanup Services
Accidents don’t always happen between 8:00 and 5:00. That is why One Stop Environmental offers 24 hour emergency services every day of the year. If you find yourself face to face with any of the biohazard scenarios below, please call our 24/7 phone number 205-595-8188 for immediate assistance.
Our professionals will decontaminate your business or home after a trauma including a death, suicide, homicide, or accident. Our professionals will remove and dispose of bodily fluids, tissue and other potentially pathogenic contaminants that result from the event. Our team will treat the people involved and your property with the utmost respect and empathy during a difficult time.
OSE works with property owners to remove waste and eliminate health risks from hoarding scenes. Our team of professionals can safely navigate the serious hazards present when cleaning a home occupied by a hoarder. We will help you make a home livable again.
The chemicals used to produce methamphetamines are toxic and volatile and need to be handled by Hazmat certified professionals. We work with law enforcement agencies and property owners to clean up the contaminants that remain after a drug lab is found. OSE has been cleaning up methamphetamine labs for the DEA since 2006 and has remediated well over 5,000 labs to date.