Suicide, car wrecks, and homicide are a messy business. Businesses are available to answer the call of cleaning up after these incidents.

For anyone who's watched procedural crime dramas in the past few years, you've definitely seen this scene. A crime has occurred. Someone phones the authorities. Detectives begin searching the scene for clues. Then the police leave to question witnesses and piece together a case. There's something missing. Doesn't anything happen after the cops leave? There's a lot of cleaning to do.

Cleaning is too boring for television so it's no surprise that it isn't a part of a thirty minute episode of Law & Order. But there's another reason why crime scene cleanup isn't shown on TV: the victim's family, not the cops, are responsible for this task. What a terrible thought. That's where companies that do biohazard remediation la plata md come in.

The trauma cleaning industry formed out of necessity. No family should have to cleanup after the death of a loved one. They specialize in making the area livable.



Cleaning up following a crime is difficult work that requires specialized materials. Here are a few:

  • Everyday cleaning supplies such as mops and buckets
  • Long scrubbing brushes
  • Heavy-duty sprayers
  • Truck-mounted steam-injection machines
  • Enzyme solvents to kill bacteria and liquefy blood
  • And more

It's a job that only a few can handle, or even watch on TV.