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.
Most of our services ARE COVERED by your insurance! We will work with your homeowners, renters, or car insurance with little to NO out of pocket cost to you.
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
- What Is an Unattended Death?
An unattended death is a situation where a person dies alone, and their body is discovered after a prolonged period without anyone knowing of their passing. Unattended deaths can happen in many different circumstances, such as when someone dies in their home or apartment and has no family or friends to check on them regularly … Continue reading “What Is an Unattended Death?”
- 20 March, 2023
- How Much Do Crime Scene Cleaners Make?
Have you ever wondered what crime scene cleaners make and if the job is right for you? If cleaning up crime scenes seems appealing to you, there are many variables to consider first. Crime scene cleaning is a job that requires a certain kind of person, skill, and demeanor. Whether crime scene cleaning is a … Continue reading “How Much Do Crime Scene Cleaners Make?”
- 6 March, 2023
- Who Is Responsible for Sewage Cleanup?
Sewage cleanup is a critical task that must be completed when a home experiences an overflow or backed-up sewage system. Besides being quite disgusting, sewage poses a health risk to living quarters and people because it contains bacteria and other microorganisms that can cause serious health issues. Because of these health concerns, it’s important to … Continue reading “Who Is Responsible for Sewage Cleanup?”
- 25 February, 2023
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