Dead body clean-up or decomposition entails far more than simply cleaning and sterilizing a place. It also involves treating a human being who was once alive and an important member of a community with respect. While some family members may assume that after their loved one’s body is gone, they can clean the place, we strongly disagree. Not only is the hazardous waste left behind after a death harmful, but no one should be forced to remember their loved one in this manner. Death sights, as well as the deterioration they leave behind, are extremely distressing to individuals who were close to the deceased.
Decomposition can start as soon as 4 minutes after someone dies. The form of the decomposition is dramatic and disturbing in the case of an unattended death – when a death happens and the body is not discovered for days, weeks, or even months – and the space around the body will be contaminated.
The body’s gases fill the space, leaving a film on the walls, windows, and ceiling.
If you don’t know how to clean, disinfect, and dispose of biohazards properly, you could become ill. In 1-2 days, a dead body, whether human or animal, will begin to degrade. The biological fluids that leak out of the body are dangerous to your health and must be cleaned and disposed of by a professional. The presence of bloodborne illnesses in the blood or body fluids is possible. These are extremely harmful and can even be fatal.
911 Hazmat Clean-up takes pride in being the best trauma scene cleaner in the industry. All it takes is one phone call to our experienced, polite, and understanding team of biohazard clean-up professionals. We’ll handle the trauma scene clean-up so you can concentrate on getting your life back on track. Call us if you belong to Merced, Berkley, Turlock, Fremont, and Richmond.