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Homeless Encampment Clean Up


Bio Hazard Plus is a well-recognized leader in the homeless encampment clean up and bioremediation industry, offering top-of-the-line professional homeless encampment cleanup services.  With over 200,000 unsheltered homeless in the United States on a given night, we’re beginning to see a rise in the erection of homeless encampments throughout our communities. These encampments pop up in numerous, diverse locations that include parks, sidewalks, abandoned buildings - the list goes on. For government agencies, community services, or public volunteers to undergo a deserted homeless encampment clean up would not only be reckless, but it would prove considerably dangerous. From used needles to bodily fluids such as urine and feces, these places are home to some of the most hazardous materials you can encounter.


At Bio Hazard Plus, our highly-trained cleaning technicians have the in-depth experience, tools, and resources required to execute flawless remediation of these homeless encampment sites. From our Bloodborne Pathogen licensing with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration to our accreditation by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification, we hold the authority to provide high-quality, industry-recognized services unmatched by our competitors.


Bio Hazard Plus offers services that reach beyond single remediation for those who require it. You can schedule recurring homeless encampment cleanups to keep homeless encampments from growing out of control and becoming sites of imminent danger. Further, we offer this routine service to provide you with more time to create alternative community arrangements. Our team of biohazard specialists will work with you to develop a management plan that quickly and effectively meets your goals, even for the most massive homeless encampment clean outs and removals. No encampment is too small or too big for our technicians.


While we realize that abandoned homeless encampments are a real threat to our communities, we also understand that those who reside at these sites have a genuine connection to them - and we sympathize. Bio Hazard Plus is committed to providing professional, understanding service that does not overstep a human connection. We make our best effort to ensure that the residents of these encampments are notified before executing our remediation services - offering those who want to collect their belongings a chance to do so. Further, if items of value such as state-issued ID’s are left behind, we pledge to hand them over to the authorities to be documented and claimed by their rightful owner. 


Expert Services and Accreditations

Hire the most competent, industry-licensed specialists with ongoing training:

  • Up-to-code standards and processes for rehabilitating contaminated spaces
  • IICRC trained remediation and cleaning of any trauma scene
  • Safe hazmat cleaning and protocols to comply with OSHA guidelines
  • Ongoing training in Blood or Other Potentially Infectious Material (BOPIM) standards
  • Accredited in rigorous State of California Trauma Scene response
  • Certified as Waste Management Practitioners
  • Use industry-standard personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Accredited A+ rating with the California Better Business Bureau
  • Over 20 years of experience providing bioremediation services in various locations across the US

How Our Deep Cleaning Service Works

  • After contacting us for your free consultation, a team of cleaning technicians will assess the situation. Once a plan of action is determined, the remediation process will begin.
  •  Arriving dressed in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), our team of cleaning professionals will begin to remove certain porous items for laundering, such as fabrics and cloth material. They will then apply our EPA-approved products and chemicals to the remaining porous and non-porous materials. The application of industrial-strength, virucidal cleaning products is executed following OSHA regulations and CDC recommendations, with some material ultimately discarded as biohazard waste.
  •  After the sanitation of your entire space is complete, teams will work to deodorize the area using a HEPA filtration system in conjunction with a hydroxyl machine. These tools create reactive molecules that essentially eliminate the volatile compounds from the air – the source of the odors left by chemical cleaning products.
  •  Once finished with the remediation process, we will take a final walk-through of the property with you. The walk-through allows you to voice your concerns or ask any questions about the decontamination process. Our lead technician will then provide you coronavirus cleaning advice to help you throughout the ongoing pandemic – minimizing the risk of future exposure.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is the COVID-19 virus detected on various surfaces and materials?

Our cleaning technicians use an ATP meter to analyze surfaces and materials throughout your property to detect the presence of COVID-19. ATP is an enzyme present in all organic matter – including blood, saliva, and bacteria.

How long does the Coronavirus remediation process take?

While every case will vary due to numerous factors such as the size, furnishings, and layout of the property, our team of professionals is available 24/7 to provide immediate consultation and service. Cleaning services are executed in a time-sensitive manner, allowing you to return to using your space as intended as soon as possible.

Is Coronavirus removal covered by my personal or business insurance?

While some insurance plans cover COVID-19 cleaning services, not all providers offer the same coverage. In many cases, biohazard remediation services – especially those involving a global viral pandemic – will need to be paid out-of-pocket by individuals or business owners.

How can you ensure the safety of the cleaning products used in the remediation process?

All of the products used in the decontamination cleaning process for COVID-19 are EPA-registered and CDC-approved, letting you rest easy knowing we only use products approved for public safety. The remediation products are found in households and hospitals alike and are used in accordance with Public Health Department safety guidelines.

How long will I need to wait after cleaning before my space is ready for its intended purpose?

Once your space has gone through our complete remediation process, it will be ready for use after just a few hours. Unique stipulations may be applied, depending on the details of your case.

Remediating Your Space Quickly and Efficiently

At Bio Hazard Plus, we understand how difficult is to happily and healthily navigate through a global pandemic – especially when our colleagues and loved ones are involved. We don’t just claim to restore properties to a healthy condition – we follow through to the highest standard. From the second you know your space has been exposed to COVID-19 to the end of the decontamination process, Bio Hazard Plus is here to provide service the only way we know how – professional, discrete, and thorough. Call us now to speak to one of our remediation experts for an immediate consultation. We offer Bioremediation services in California, Georgia, and Illinois. 

Bio Hazard Plus, Rebuilding Communities with Compassion One Person at a Time!

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