Our Disaster Response Team Keeps Public Spaces Beautiful in Washington
Whether you’re with Port Authority or you’ve taken a stroll in one of our parks recently, you know the importance of keeping our public spaces safe and clean.
At Bio Clean, we appreciate the dangers our community faces from decontaminates in public places. To mitigate the danger, we are trained and certified to handle a wide variety of issues such as:
- Transient Encampment Cleanup
- Park Cleanup
- Public Bathroom Decontamination
- Port Biohazardous Waste Disposal
- Bird Droppings Cleanup
Our team is certified and we meet and exceed regulations. We remove and disinfect areas that have been exposed to medical waste, fecal matter, sewage, pests, rodents, sharps, drugs, and more.
For ports such as that in Bellingham, we also remove and dispose of waste from overseas journeys. We clean up fecal matter and urine from stowaways on container ships, in public bathrooms that have been misused, and from improvised bathrooms in transient encampments.
Often, the homeless will leave behind not only their trash but also create their own bathroom by digging a shallow hole in the ground. They will use that area until it becomes full, then place cardboard over the top and move on to a new spot to repeat the same process. It is important that these bodily fluids be cleaned by professionals to ensure the safety of the public. We also remove any hypodermic needles or sharps and dispose of them properly.
We are licensed, insured, and bonded and our team is highly trained and experienced when it comes to cleaning up transient encampments. We abide by strict guidelines of the regulatory department when it comes to transient encampment cleanup and we work closely with the government municipality, law enforcement, and Department of Transportation (DOT) to ensure a proper and through job is completed. It is important to understand that the homeless have rights to their belongings so we bag and properly store their items at the DOT until they are able to retrieve them within the 45 day window.
Most often, we clean up transient encampments that were under freeway overpasses, in vacant lots, in vacant buildings, and around our communities. Contact us today to discuss the specific problem you’re facing in your area.