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MedTech Cleaners is a privately owned company with service locations in Seattle Washington, Spokane Washington Vancouver Washington Portland Oregon and Boise Idaho. Our locations allow us to focus on Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. We specialize in bio hazard abatement but we will clean anything that is within the scope of our license and training. We are truly experts in our field of hazardous materials cleaning. Our technicians are highly educated in cleaning up medical waste, trauma scenes, containment, deodorization and disposal of potentially infectious materials. To obtain the highest level of service, our technicians continually upgrade their training. The generic terms for  Crime Scene Cleanup include trauma cleaning, biorecovery, crime and trauma scene decontamination, CTS Decon, blood cleanup and bio cleaning and crime scene clean up. The State of California refers to individuals who practice this profession as Trauma Scene Waste Management Practitioners.

We use EPA hospital grade disinfectants to sanitize the soiled area. Our technicians use level C personal protective equipment at all times. A crime scene cleanup may involve a single blood loss event following a burglary, battery, or homicide. Companies also clean suicides, unattended deaths, tear gas damaged environments, and other crime and trauma scenes. Larger crime scenes involve terrorist attacks, mass murder scenes, and the cleanup of anthrax and other biochemicals.Crime scene cleanup companies may also clean bird and rodent infested areas. Crime scene cleanup companies are trained to clean up “compulsive hoarding” situations where the dwelling owner, over time, refuses to remove items of any kind such as trash, food, and animal and human waste. The crime scene cleaners’ experience and equipment more suits this type of cleaning than a typical cleaning company’s. [1] Besides the Federal Government’s OSHA standards, many state Health, OSHA or EPA departments have created similar standards and regulations. Similarly, the Center for Disease Control establishes standards and regulations for working with blood soiled environments as well as exposure reporting.

Call us to get an inspection of your property and an accurate 
estimate for the costs of an Aftermath & Biohazard clean up.

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