Steri-Clean® is equipped to clean up any blood spills on roadways, sidewalks, parking lots and other public property. Simply washing away an area after a blood spill does not disinfect nor restore safety to an area. Steri-Clean® responds to thousands of exterior incidents to restore safety to the general public.
Emergency Vehicle and Equipment Cleanup
Steri-Clean® can disinfect emergency vehicles for cities, law enforcement and fire departments after the transportation of a person who has left behind potentially hazardous bodily fluids such as urine, vomit, blood, feces and superbugs like MRSA and C. diff.
Biohazards in a vehicle can range from blood-borne pathogens and bodily fluids to drug paraphernalia and dangerous chemicals. Steri-Clean® biohazard technicians safely neutralize any threats and remove the biohazards quickly to get the vehicle back into service as soon as possible. We regularly treat local police and State Trooper patrol cars for such threats.
In the case of a traumatic event in an automobile, the blood needs to be properly removed and treated with a broad-spectrum disinfectant to eliminate any risk to future occupants in the vehicle. Steri-Clean® biohazard technicians are trained in the latest techniques for blood removal and treatment of blood-borne pathogens.
Jail | Holding Cell Cleanup
Steri-Clean® responds to numerous calls annually to clean and disinfect jail/holding cells affected with bodily fluids and pepper spray. After the discovery of a biohazard spill in a jail cell, it is important that it is properly cleaned and disinfected to prevent the spread to other inmates.
Evidence Room Cleanup
Law enforcement evidence rooms including drying cabinets, hanging racks and processing rooms must be properly disinfected and cleaned to prevent cross contamination of DNA evidence. Steri-Clean® can dispose of all collected evidence such as bloody clothing and other biohazardous waste. Weekly, monthly or bi-monthly services can be scheduled as well as emergency callouts.
Drug Paraphernalia Cleanup
Drug paraphernalia can be found anywhere – parking lots, playgrounds and apartment buildings, to name a few. Contaminated needles and other drug paraphernalia must be cleaned up by a professional cleaning company. Viruses and bacteria can live outside of the body for extended periods of time, presenting an opportunity for someone to pick up an injury or disease.
The heroin epidemic that is sweeping the nation is causing many individuals to overdose on fentanyl, which is a synthetic opioid. Fentanyl is a very powerful anesthetic (30-50 times more potent than heroin and 50–100 times more potent than morphine.) This drug is extremely dangerous to clean up and can be absorbed into the body via inhalation, ingestion or skin contact.