Traumatic and other life events—such as crime scenes, unattended deaths, or hoarding—that require biohazardous contamination are often complex and challenging situations that must have specialized knowledge, skills, empathy, and equipment to ensure the safety and health of those involved. These difficult conditions usually need remediation and decontamination of hazardous materials and surfaces in addition to proper disposal of medical waste. This process is to ensure your property is restored to its pre-event condition. In addition, it is important to follow regulatory protocol when removing the contaminated materials and waste from your building to an appropriate disposal location. At Alliance Environmental, we comply with all relevant regulations to ensure the lawful disposal of hazardous materials.