Bio-Hazard and Trauma Cleanup Services in Benicia, CA


Suicides and trauma are delicate circumstances needing particular protocol. Treating property stricken by a trauma scene or loss of life must be handled with utmost professionalism. Incidents such as crimes, loss of life and other dangers involve removing blood, tissue and other substances that can present real health risks to those nearby. The Paul Davis Recovery Services work 24/7 to provide the experience required to sanitize trauma and biohazard circumstances safely.

Paul Davis is a bio-hazard cleanup company counters situations such as:

  • Neglected remains
  • Homicide or Suicide Cleanup
  • Crime Scene Treatment
  • Trauma Scene Treatment
  • Hazardous Waste Removal Services
  • Industrial or Home Accidents
  • Animal Remains or Waste
  • Hoarding Sites
  • Forensic Investigation Chemicals

Common Biohazard Scenes

Trauma scenes are hard to handle, but these aren’t the only biohazards the Paul Davis crew can take care of. Our biohazard cleanup specialists can also remove any sewer spills, as well as hazardous methamphetamine crime scenes. Each of these scenarios call for care and training. In either situation, poisons are abundant enough to lead to serious health issues if you aren’t qualified. Any scene the Paul Davis team encounters is maintained with their complete training and expertise. In these moments, don’t attempt to handle the hazards on your own sewer or methamphetamine lab scenes.

Cleanup with Compassion & Training

You can sleep confidently that our professionals will always treat the home and people involved with the utmost compassion in the face of difficult circumstances. The training our professionals undertake equips them to restore scenes of all forms in a safe manner. Paul Davis biohazard professionals receive training from our Trauma/Bio-Recovery program or the National Institute of Decontamination Specialists (NIDS). This knowledge enable our team members to use the latest decontamination techniques and tools to clean your property.

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