PASSION TO HELP
Stacy is a registered nurse with over ten years of Emergency Medicine, OSHA compliance, and medical waste regulatory experience. She knows that for our clients, when they call us may be during one of the hardest times in their lives. Stacy is here to help. She will guide you through the process and alleviate any burden she can.
WHY CHOOSE THE BIOCLEAN TEAM?
The BIOClean Team is Southern California’s top trusted company for crime scene clean up, large scale clean outs (such as hoarding), decomposition cleanup, odor remediation, animal hoarding, demolition services, junk removal, and hazardous waste removal. The BIOClean Team is one of the few companies that has been certified as a hazardous waste material hauler and can pick up your unwanted household hazardous waste, paint waste, motor oil, etc. This makes a “junk out” clean out much easier because we will take EVERYTHING (safely and legally) reducing headache and hassle for the client.
Our technicians are OSHA certified to handle biohazardous waste cleanup. Infectious waste is unsafe for handling without proper training.
Tons of Hazardous Waste Disposed
Years of Experience
Certificates & Licenses
LATEST BLOG POSTS
- How to Approach Hoarding Clean Up
This last year has been tough on so many people, and with many stuck indoors, hoarding situations have only become worse. This time on the BIOClean Team blog, we wanted to give you some tips on how to approach a hoarding clean up situation, if you have to. Hoarding Clean Up Quick Tip List If … Continue reading “How to Approach Hoarding Clean Up”
- 15 February, 2021
- Cleaning Post-Protests, Riots
The events of earlier this month in the capitol, and the potential concern of more such action around the country feels like we should look again to a topic we covered last year: cleaning up after protests, riots, and the damage and destruction that can follow. Cleaning up after a protest or riot can be … Continue reading “Cleaning Post-Protests, Riots”
- 30 January, 2021
- New California OSHA Regulations and How to Meet Them
As a business in California, we wanted to notify you about an important legal development related to COVID-19 that may affect your business. At the end of 2020, California pushed through some new OSHA regulations that employers are going to need to meet if they want to keep their doors open and their workers and … Continue reading “New California OSHA Regulations and How to Meet Them”
- 15 January, 2021
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