Our trained specialists have all the protection equipment needed in these situations.
What is forensic cleaning?
Forensic cleaning uses specialised equipment and chemicals to decontaminate potentially hazardous situations, such as:
- the removal of body fluid and tissue from a crime scene or suicide
- decontamination of property used as a meth lab
- removal of faeces, mould and bacteria from squalor situations.
TACT Bio-Recovery is equipped to cleaning any situation that contains trash, mess, filth, body fluids, pathogens, drug residue, faeces, mould and more.
Why choose TACT Biorecovery forensic cleaners?
Don’t attempt it yourself
You should never expose yourself to a contaminated site.
Often only obvious dangers can be seen with the naked eye. Unseen dangers from vapours, mould, bacteria and the psychological trauma from the site can cause major health problems.
A trained forensic cleaning technician with the necessary protection equipment must be employed to decontaminate the site until deemed safe to reuse.
Why is forensic cleaning more than just ‘cleaning’?
Just performing a normal cleanup in these situations can leave bacteria and blood borne pathogens behind, possibly causing disease and illness to whoever comes in contact with it.
Forensic cleaning is a three stage process
- Safe removal and disposal of contaminated items
- Disinfect and neutralise the surroundings
- Return the affected area to its pre-contaminated condition
TACT Bio-recovery use only approved chemicals for disinfecting that meet all standards for blood borne pathogen cleaning, disinfecting and disposal.
Waste products generated at a scene must also be properly disposed of. We can arrange the necessary permits to dispose of and transport bio-hazardous waste.