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How Did This Mold Get in My Home?

Expanding out from an out-of-reach corner of the ceiling or maybe slowly growing in the grout of your shower, mold can seem to appear out of nowhere. Even if you regularly clean your house and keep a keen eye peeled for suspicious sights and smells, mold can sneak up...

How To Identify Hoarding Behavior

Many have seen the sensationalized version of unlivable hoarding that airs on reality TV. But hoarding isn’t always that. It’s estimated that two to five percent of the American population exhibits some hoarding behavior, and that can manifest itself in different...

When Your Business Should Hire A Biohazard Cleanup Company

Owning a business is no easy feat, especially when things don’t go according to plan. Accidents are inevitable. If a biohazard situation occurs in your business, you may be unsure of the best course of action to take. As you probably know, the Occupational Safety and...

Debunking Biohazard Myths

For most people, biohazards are not a common occurrence in their daily lives. We know they are bad, but beyond that our knowledge may be limited. There are many myths about biohazards that have circulated and it can be difficult to determine fact from fiction. Today...

All About Blood

In the biohazard remediation industry, we are certainly familiar with blood. We are experts in cleaning up and decontaminating blood spills and have handled blood-related cleanups in all shapes and sizes. But today we thought we would go back to blood basics. Read on...

Understanding Bloodborne Pathogens

Blood is an essential life source for all human beings. It is produced in our bone marrow and it is made up of four main components: red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma. It can also contain pathogens. Read on to learn about bloodborne pathogens,...

How to Handle an Unattended Death

Discovering an unattended death is a tragic and traumatic experience. One that you may be understandably uncertain how to handle. It is extremely emotional, and it can be difficult to know what steps to take while processing your grief. Spaulding Decon San Francisco...

Who Cleans Up After A Suicide?

Suicide is a national health crisis affecting more and more people worldwide. When it happens to someone you know and love, the aftermath is shocking and tragic. During this time of grief, it can be difficult to think about the next steps. However, it’s important to...

Was Your Home Once a Meth Lab?

If your San Francisco home was once used to create meth, the lingering effects can be invisible and dangerous to your well-being. Sometimes it’s hard to imagine your home’s dark history, but illegal drug production in family homes is more common than you may think....

A Blood Spill Occurs at Your Workplace: What is the Next Step?

Blood spills are, unfortunately, all too common in many workplaces. While they may result in having to pay settlements and medical costs, the greater consequence can arise from not professionally cleaning the spill. Blood is a very hazardous material, spreading...

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