What is a biohazard car? Let’s suppose you have gone to an auction and found your dream car. It’s priced … Read More
Bloodborne Pathogens It happens. A badly-injured patient walks into the waiting room of an urgent care facility, distributing blood on … Read More
Blood Cleanup Blood spills at work can be unnerving or even frightening to some individuals, but there is no reason … Read More
Those Left Behind: Dealing with the Suicide of a Loved One The loss to suicide of a friend or family … Read More
Newark, NJ, was ranked number three in the country for homicide rate in 2013. That’s a scary number, and although we are trying to bring it down, it’s not going to happen overnight. Following a violent crime there are many people that come when called, including first responders, investigators, forensic scientists, and crime scene clean up technicians. If the last mentioned people don’t come, then the victims of violent crimes and their loved ones are responsible for cleaning up the grim remains. And that’s why Bio Recovery is here to help with crime scene clean up for the residents of Newark, NJ. Read more
Most victims of violent crimes, tragic road accidents or suicides become traumatized as a result of bloody scenes. In order … Read More
The presence of parties like police and crime investigators in a crime scene is a pretty customary state of affairs. Such parties engage in an exceptionally important part in terms of collecting evidence in order to resolve the respective crime. However, their duty ends up after the collection of evidences; they are not responsible to carry out tasks like crime scene cleanup. Learn More.
Everyday, more and more New Yorkers are relying on professional services when they need to deal with hazardous tasks. Some of … Read More
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms found in the human body and are known to cause deadly diseases. Some examples of bloodborne pathogens are hepatitis C (HCV), human immunodeficiency (HIV) and hepatitis B (HBV). Learn More.