Remediating and Decontaminating Homeless Encampments with Bio-One

Bio-One Remediating and Decontaminating Homeless Encampments

Law enforcement, first responders, property owners, and government agencies call Bio-One to remediate and decontaminate homeless encampments across the country. Why? Encampments often contain biohazards such as hypodermic needles, feces, blood, vomit, and pests. Our clients recognize these cleanups need to be handled by professionals equipped with proper training and personal protective equipment (PPE). 

 

With our beautiful mild weather, we end up with quite a few homeless encampments here in San Diego, especially in our beachfront areas like La Jolla, Torrey Pines, Del Mar, and Encinitas. 

 

We recently helped a very popular homeless man in the Del Mar community, Les, who had been living out of his car before entering the hospital for cancer treatment. His car was packed full with his belongings, old food and wrappers, and infested with cockroaches. We were able to clean out the non-operative car to make it safe for donation while Les moves on to more suitable housing. To read more about Les' story, check out our blog post here.

 

At Bio-One, our team not only works in residential and commercial properties, but we clean and disinfect biohazards and debris created by homeless encampments. Removing trash and biohazard waste from homeless encampments is often too overwhelming for businesses and government entities, which is where Bio-One can help. We work 24/7 with law enforcement, first responders, property owners, and government agencies to ensure our certified and trained technicians remediate the scene in a safe and timely manner.

 

Homeless encampments are set up all over the United States and unfortunately pose a liability to property owners. These encampments can be seen wherever space is available-- vacant buildings, forests, under bridges, etc. As the number of homeless encampments increases, so does the need for encampment cleanup. Encampments often contain biohazards such as hypodermic needles, feces, blood, urine, vomit, various debris, and pests, including rodents, fleas, and cockroaches. Don't risk exposing your employees or crews to infection.

 

From an individual temporarily residing in a tent, to large encampments in vacant buildings, these cleanups need to be handled by professionals equipped with proper training and personal protective equipment. Leave it to Bio-One, where our technicians are trained to safely remove and clean up contaminated items, and properly dispose of biohazards such as sharps and needles.

 

When it comes to homeless encampments, leave it to Bio-One, where our technicians are trained to safely remove and clean up contaminated items, and properly dispose of biohazards such as sharps needles. 

 

Bio-One is available 24/7 and each office is independently owned and operated by a member of your local community. Give us a call at (858) 261-4527

 

 

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