Crime Scene Cleanup 101

Bio Recovery HelpCrime Scenes

Crime Scene Cleanup Information
Sudden violent death, suicide, and death in the hands of another are occurrences that leave unparalleled losses at their wake. These are just some of the traumatic events that occur on a daily basis and leave behind them specific areas that clearly manifest the pain and violence that occurred. These crime scenes offer forensics experts and police officers evidence that could shed a light on the events that transpired. Oftentimes, the death of a human being is a messy event… Read Full Post

Why Decomposition Time is a Factor in Our Estimates

Bio Recovery HelpBiohazards, Bodily Fluids, End of Life

One of the biggest factors for any job Bio Recovery handles is time. Even in death time still determines every aspect of a clean up from the type of equipment used, the amount of chemicals, to the number of technicians on site. Of course time has the biggest impact on the bio itself. When a person dies, the body undergoes several stages of decomposition. With each following stage comes with it the potential for surrounding environmental damage to occur. Most severe… Read Full Post

A Fine Line for Crime Clean Up

Bio Recovery HelpBodily Fluids, Crime Scenes

Everyday people live and die, it’s apart of life. For most of us, our lives consist of day to day routines. Routines that keep us grounded, active, financially stable, and focused. As a society we’re reluctant to acknowledge how short and fragile life actually is. That reluctance, in my opinion, is deep-rooted in our DNA through natural selection as part of trial and error during our evolution. Our resistance to fear death would of only held us back from becoming the intellectual, articulate… Read Full Post