Any kind of accident, death, or suicide is prone to blood or bodily fluids which can spread infections and diseases. Blood can seep into porous objects like a drywall, studs, subfloors, carpet, concrete etc, and even if you able to get rid of the visible signs, it can be difficult to trace the blood borne pathogens with the naked eye, which may affect the property later on. In order to eliminate this bio-hazardous waste, one has to adhere to certain strict regulations of medical waste disposal, which is possible only when you hire a professional company. We, at Bio Clean Inc., can help you with all kinds of medical waste disposal in and around Bellingham, Mt Vernon WA, Redmond, Renton, Seattle, or Washington.
However, before hiring such a company, you must ask them a few pertinent questions in order to make a well-informed choice in the end. Read on to know what questions you should ask.
- How do you intend to carry out the clean-up process?
Check if the particular company has a highly-trained team of certified professionals who have an ample amount of experience in this field. Ask if they follow the regulatory standards while disposing of the medical waste for you. Make sure they also take the necessary precaution in ensuring that the process of recovery has been completed without any further exposure to potential risks of infection.
- Whom do you cater to you with your disposal services?
Any reputable company should be able to provide you with such services in a wide range of medical facilities such as doctor’s offices, dental clinics, retail clinics, emergency care centers, long-term care facilities, veterinary clinics, tattoo and piercing professionals, along with every other business that could generate medical waste. So, asking this question is another must.
- Do you have any certifications?
Credible certifications like Bloodborne pathogens (BBP), American Bio Recovery Association (ABRA) Bio Recovery Certified Technicians, Meth Lab Cleanup—Washington State Certified Clandestine Drug Lab Decontamination Contractor, 40 hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER), or Hoarding Team Collaborative Specialists Level I & II reflect on your credibility and reputation as one of the leading emergency cleanup services. So, choose a company which has such certifications.
Now that you know what kind of questions can help you make a better choice, if you feel that we can be the right option for you, get in touch with us now.