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3rd-Party Services:

Unattended Death and Traumatic Environments Cleaning

Environments that arise from biohazardous events such as suicides, murders or homicides, crime or trauma scenes, and accidents produce medical waste.  Our fully-compliant trauma scene decontamination technicians are experienced in remediation and will respond with the sensitivity and capability needed to resolve the issues inherent to environments affected by biohazardous medical waste.  

 

We clean property such as apartment and homes affected by drug lab residue and/or include blood from a suicide or crime scene. Our processes will restore use to the environment.  We also offer safe needle disposal (Biohazard Waste Disposal) for doctors, dentists, clinics, and funeral homes. 

 

Once the emergency responders such as the police and coroners leave the scene of the crime or traumatic event, the family or property owner is facing the responsibility of the remediation of the affected environment.  The police and the coroner are not responsible for the biological material left behind.  The task assigned to these first responders is to perform the investigation protocol and remove the deceased should a death be involved.  

 

Trauma Scene Biohazard Remediation

Depending on the violence associated with the event, the remaining biological material will vary in concentration and distribution.  Not only are the biological factors important but also factors such as the length of clandestine drug manufacturing or the amount of tear gas canisters that penetrated the area.  

 

We understand the challenges that are inherent, emotional and physical, to these biohazardous environments.   

 

Safe, Compliant Processes and Disposal

Obviously, this task is for a professional company who specializes in these OSHA and EPA compliant services related to regulated medical waste.  This service is not just a part of a wide collection of diversified services.  Biological and drug residue remediation and safe needle disposal are our primary business....Request a Quote.  

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Fully-Compliant Remediation

 

Our trauma scene decontamination technicians are compliant with the Engineering, Work Practice, and Administrative Controls required to perform this type of work.  We are in compliance with Engineering Controls such as Personal Protective Equipment (OSHA 1910.132), Bloodborne Pathogens (OSHA 1910.1030), and Respiratory Protection (OSHA 1910.134).  

 

In addition to the Engineering Controls, got needles?’s trauma scene decontamination technicians are experts in Work Practice Controls such as Confined Space (OSHA 1910.146) and Hazard Communication (OSHA 1910.1200).  We adhere to Administrative Controls, such as scheduling due to safety concerns, on a project-to-project basis.

 

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) controls waste throughout its life-cycle by establishing standards for waste from its generation to its disposal.  One of the best aspects of RCRA is the flexibility it offers private industry in explaining waste classification.  

 

By clearly dictating the handling standards for medical waste, RCRA is a major tool of the trauma scene decontamination technicians in disease outbreak control.  In addition to the list of regulated substances banned from conventional disposal, RCRA uses a characteristic system to explain its scope. 

 

Under this characteristic system, any substance that meets any of the components (ignitability, reactivity, corrosivity, or toxicity) is regulated waste.  And this regulated waste has stringent disposal requirements.  State administrative agencies are authorized by the federal government to implement and enforce hazardous waste regulations.  As long as the state program is as stringent or broader in scope than the federal regulation, the state agency is authorized to provide enforcement for RCRA.  All authorized state programs are on file with the EPA’s Office of Solid Waste (OSW).

An Environment like No Other

 

Some environments don’t just fall into a category.  Categories may classify various environments, or the projects that remediate them, into components that accurately segregate them.  Other environments fall into a category of their own. 

 

These environments are in a category of their own because other categories have no frame of reference to compare to.  Those affected are the only ones who truly understand the priority and the sensitivity required to handle these types of environments.

 

Environments that arise from biohazardous events such as suicides, murders or homicides, crime or trauma scenes, and accidents are unlike any other.  Our network of fully-compliant trauma scene decontamination technicians are experienced in biohazard remediation and will respond with the sensitivity and capability needed to resolve the environmental issues inherent to crime and trauma scenes.

Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reports

North Carolina

 

Cary – Cary in 2010 had a population of 141,461 saw the robbery crime rates drop a significant decrease of 27% in 2009 with 48 incidents and falling to 35 in 2010. Cary also saw a reduction in their violent crime rates with a near 10% decrease starting out in 2009 with 132 incidents and dropping to 120 in 2010. Unfortunately not all of Cary’s crime rates decreased they did witness a spike of 8.7% in property crimes and 14% in burglary rates.

 

Durham – Durham with a 2010 population of 233,790 witnessed robbery crime rates in 2009 of 710 fell to 659 in 2010, about a 7% decrease. Durham also saw a spike in the years comparison aggravated assault in 2009 had 797 incidents and increased to 872 in 2010 the inflation averaged to be near 9.5%.

 

Fayetteville – Fayetteville in 2010 had a population of 208,263 and their community had the largest decrease in aggravated assaults in 2009 having 662 incidents and dropping to 566 in 2010 which averages to be a decline of 14.5%. Fayetteville also witnessed a reduction in the crime rates of violent crime of about 13%, followed by burglary incidents dropping a near 8.5%.

 

Greensboro - Greensboro had a 2010 population of 257,237 they saw their robbery incidents reduce from 2009 with 908 to 626 in 2010. Alongside this 31% decline Greensboro also saw a reduction in their violent crime rates by 22%. There were additional crime rate reductions such as aggravated assault by 13%, burglary incidents by about 12%, and property crime rates by a near 10%. 

 

High Point – High Point had a population of 105,278 in 2010 and they saw an overall decrease in crime rates. The largest reduction was robbery rates that were 273 in 2009 and fell to 220 in 2010. This 19.5% decrease was not the only crime rate decline other reduction were in burglary and violent crimes both about a 10.5% reduction. 

 

Raleigh – Raleigh with a 2010 population of 419,700 witnessed the largest decline in the crime rate category of robbery starting in 2009 with 832 incidents and dropping to 643 in 2010. Close behind this 23% reduction is the violent crime rates decrease of 13%. Overall Raleigh’s crime rates declined form 2009 to 2010, additional reductions included aggravated assault and property crime each dropping 6%.

 

Wilmington – Wilmington had a population of 102,649 in 2010, the community’s crime rates overall decreased from 2009 to 2010. The largest reduction Wilmington saw were in their aggravated assault incidents dropping from 454 in 2009 to 390 occurrences in 2010. Alongside this 14% decline was violent crimes and burglary both falling 11% in the year’s comparison. 

 

Winston-Salem – Winston-Salem in 2010 had a population of 232,928 seeing a significant reduction in their robbery rates from 2009 with 575 incidents and dropping to 449 in 2010. This 22% decrease was shadowed by the violent crime rate decreasing by 13%. Other reduction in the city of Winston-Salem included aggravated assault 7.5%, property crimes with 3%, and burglary with a 1% reduction. 

The city of Cary had a population of 166,986 in 2017 and experienced changes in crime rates such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson.  Cary, NC saw a 14% drop in reported rape, a 26% drop in robbery, and a 23% drop in burglary in 2018.

 

The city of Charlotte-Mecklenburg had a population of 914,609 in 2017 and experienced changes in crime rates such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson.  Charlotte-Mecklenburg, NC saw a 37% drop in murder, a 14% drop in robbery, and a 27% drop in arson in 2018.

 

The city of Durham had a population of 269,088 in 2017 and experienced changes in crime rates such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson.  Durham, NC saw a 36% drop in robbery, a 26% drop in aggravated assault in 2018.

 

The city of Greensboro had a population of 290,051 in 2017 and experienced changes in crime rates such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson.  Greensboro, NC experienced a 26% rise in murder, a 20% drop in robbery, and a 12% drop in arson in 2018.

 

The city of Wilmington had a population of 119,422 in 2017 and experienced changes in crime rates such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson.  Wilmington, NC saw a 64% drop in murder, a 36% drop in robbery, and a 29% in property crime.