At Tri State Bio Recovery, one of our overarching goals is to improve the public’s awareness of harmful agents that they could come in contact with, and provide helpful information to both the public and people looking to get into the industry. Most of the cleaning services we handle require an experienced professional because of their health risks, which is why we want to help educate you so that you’re aware of these issues.
Crime Scene Cleanup
Crime Scene Cleaning
- BSR-IICRC S540 Crime Scene Clean Up
- Guide For Crime Scene Biological And Infectious Hazard Clean Up
- Dissecting Biohazard Cleanup: Understanding the Process and Reducing Risk
- ABRA Training
- Become a Crime Scene Cleaner: Step-by-Step Career Guide
- Consequences of Overconfidence in Biohazard Recovery and Remediation
- International OCD Foundation – Hoarding Fact Sheet
- Tips for Helping Hoarders to Help Themselves
- Hoarders Anonymous
- Combatting Extreme Hoarding in New York City
- What Happens When a Hoarder Dies?
- Environmental Cleaning for the Prevention of Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI)
- Options for Evaluating Environmental Cleaning
- CDC Environmental Checklist for Monitoring Terminal Cleaning
- Environmental Services Cleaning Guidebook
- Cleaning Protocol for Environmental Services
- Why is Environmental Disinfection So Important?
- Ensuring a Safe Hospital Environment
- Guideline for Isolation Precautions
- Hospital Successfully Battles C. Diff
- Bacterial Hygiene Problems An Antimicrobial Solution for Clean Up
- Antimicrobial Products: Who Needs Them?
- Selected EPA-Registered Disinfectants