With the number of homeless encampments increasing, the demand for cleaning up has increased with it. It could be a one-person tent or a large group in a vacant building. Regardless, the cleanup process should be handled by professionals.
These encampments pose liability issues to the property owners as well as a host of other problems. With increasing numbers, there’s increased creativity. They can pop up nearly anywhere:
- Vacant buildings
- Under bridges
Some locations can be trickier to clean than others. All locations, however, have been known to contain biohazardous waste:
- Hypodermic needles
- Feces, urine, vomit, blood
- Various debris
- Rodents, fleas, cockroaches
Our Bio-One technicians are trained to safely and promptly remediate these scenes. We work with law enforcement and other entities 24/7 to get the job done and ensure safety.
There’s no need to risk infection from an encampment by cleaning without the proper training. Let Bio-One professionals clean these encampments and dispose of any biohazards for you.