Crime scene cleanup is a term applied to forensic cleanup of blood, bodily fluids, and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). It is also referred to as biohazard remediation, and forensic cleanup, because crime scenes are only a portion of the situations in which biohazard cleaning is needed. Incidents which may require this type of cleanup include accidents, suicide (or attempted suicide), homicides, and decomposition after unattended death, as well as mass trauma, industrial accidents, infectious disease contamination, animal biohazard contamination (e.g. feces or blood) or regulated waste transport, treatment, and disposal.
By identifying the source of the offensive odor, we can properly eliminate it by using the science of the odor removal and deodorization learned through the IICRC.
Cleaning of carpet and upholstery includes the removal of unwanted stains, dirt, and allergens on your carpet or furniture.