FAQ

Everyone has questions or concerns. Below are just some of the most common ones we we are asked. If you don't find what you are looking for please feel free to contact us. We will be glad to answer any other questions or concerns you may have.

 

 

What are some of the dangers of bio-hazard contamination or waste?

 

There are many diseases associated with bio-hazardous materials. Such as: Hepatitis, MRSA, and HIV.

 

 

How is this type of service paid for?

 

Most insurances cover these types of services, not including your deductible. Bio Recovery Specialists are trained and up to date with all of the regulations and requirements for insurance claims in this line of work. Let us help you with all the necessary documentation and assistance in processing your claim.

 

 

Why can I not clean this myself?

 

If proper procedures, supplies, and equipment are not used, the site may not be fully sanitized or decontaminated. This means blood-borne, airborne pathogens, human bio-fluids or tissues may not be totally removed from the site. OSHA Federal Regulation and the EPA requires specialized training and handling of hazardous materials before a bio-hazard remediation is undertaken. These Federal Regulatory Agencies, along with other State and Local agencies have set up guidelines, protocols and standards specifically spell out the proper procedures for conducting bio-hazardous remediations.

 

If proper procedures, supplies, and equipment are not used, the site may not be fully sanitized or decontaminated. This means blood-borne, airborne pathogens, human bio-fluids or tissues may not be totally removed from the site. OSHA Federal Regulation 29CFR1910.1030, the CDC/NIOSH and the EPA requires specialized training and handling of hazardous materials before a bio-hazard remediation is undertaken. These Federal Regulatory Agencies, along with other State and Local agencies have set up guidelines, protocols and standards specifically spell out the proper procedures for conducting bio-hazardous remediations.

 

 

Are the cleaning chemicals safe?

 

Yes, our cleaning chemicals are 100% safe. Bio Recovery Specialists use OSHA compliant chemicals, which are safe to use in any household or business environment.

 

 

What is the typical response time?

 

Bio Recovery Specialists is available around the clock to serve you. Call us anytime, day or night, 365 days a year and we will respond within 24hrs with a free consultation.

 

 

 

 

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