Is your property or vehicle contaminated with synthetic street Fentanyl, or do you suspect that it might be? Finding evidence of possible drug use on your property can be alarming. Dealing with potential Fentanyl, and other illict drug contamination, requires caution and professional assistance. Bio-One of Denver understands the dangers associated with Fentanyl exposure, and our primary focus is to protect you and your property. Illicit Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, is highly addictive, and is a major public health problem in in Denver and around Colorado. In 2022 there were 920 recorded Fentanyl deaths in Colorado, according to the Colorado Dept. of Health and Education.
Cleaning up Fentanyl and other illict drugs is a dangerous and hazardous process and should be done by trained professionals. Bio-One of Denver has the training, expertise, and experience to clean up Fentanyl contamination safely and effectively. All contaminated materials will be removed and disposed of properly, and all surfaces will be decontaminated.
Our team of trained technicians follows strict protocols for safe and proper Fentanyl removal. We use personal protective gear, respirators, and specialized cleaning products, to minimize the risk of exposure and contamination.
If you need Fentanyl cleanup or any other biohazard remediation services, contact Bio-One Denver today. Our team is available 24/7 to assist you in your time of need. Click https://www.biooneden.com/fentanyl-remediation/ to learn more about our approach to keep you safe.
The roots of crime- and trauma-scene cleaning companies can be traced to the 1990s, and at that time only a dozen or so companies existed. The industry was widely unregulated and awareness of contamination risks were relatively non-existant.
"I was young and dumb and saw something you only see in movies, so I quickly shut the door, took a deep breath, sat on the couch with the widow and told everyone else to get her out of here and take her to lunch, and we’ll clean this up for her," said Nick-Anthony Zamucen, Founder of Bio-One Inc. "We were just trying to help a lady in her greatest time of need, and that’s for me how I got into the crime scene and cleaning business." Read Nick's story in Franchise Times.
Today, there are hundreds of companies that advertise crime and trauma scene cleaning, and a simple Google search may prove overwhelming when you're experiencing one of the most traumatic moments in your life. To help, we've listed pre-qualifying questions to ask before choosing a crime and trauma scene company.
Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Crime and Trauma Scene Cleaner
There are a number of key questions to ask crime and trauma scene cleaning technicians or business owners to properly root out which one is best for your goals and circumstances.
Last but certainly most important, make sure the business you speak with shows care and compassion for your situation. They should want to do everything possible to support you and your loved ones.
If you are searching for a crime and trauma scene cleaner, Bio-One is here for you. All of our offices adhere to our business motto Help First, Business Second and are available 24/7. Click here to search for a Bio-One team near you.