Bio-One offers homeless encampment cleanouts in the San Diego County area. Our specialists are trained to safely remove the biohazards often present in these environments, such as hypodermic needles, blood, feces, urine, pests, and dangerous remnants.
From an individual living in temporary residences to large encampments in vacant buildings, private properties, and public spaces, these cleanups need to be handled by professionals with proper training and personal protective equipment for disease control and the safe removal of hazardous materials.
If you live in a residential area and need help cleaning and disinfecting after an encampment has been cleared, give us a call. We also provide our remediation services to business owners, private property owners, city departments, and local governments.
Unfortunately, many homeless people end up sleeping in places that are not only unsafe but also full of biohazards, which could put them at a higher safety risk because of the lack of access to clean water, adequate sanitation, and other services.
Some of the most common biohazards and waste in homeless encampment cleanouts include human waste, needle sticks, drug paraphernalia, and exposure to harmful chemicals. Human waste can contain harmful bacteria and viruses that can cause disease. Needle sticks can also transmit diseases, including HIV and hepatitis C. Exposure to toxic chemicals can cause respiratory problems, skin irritation, and other health problems.
The best way to protect yourself from the biohazards in homeless camps is to avoid them altogether. Avoid exposing yourself or your staff to these dangerous biohazards. If you must go into an encampment site, be sure to wear protective clothing and take other precautions to avoid coming into contact with biohazards.
Bio-One offers safe and effective solutions when it comes to homeless encampment cleanouts. We understand the health and safety threats posed by homeless encampments. We also offer our services to public or private property owners, businesses, and organizations needing assistance with cleaning and disinfecting after an encampment or emergency shelter has been cleared.
There is no special time for giving, especially for those experiencing homelessness, a population often overlooked. Consider donating your time or resources to help the homeless in your community, as well as:
We can all do our part to help those in need. By working together, we can make a difference in the lives of the homeless. Visit the National Alliance to End Homelessness to learn more.
Staying informed about what is happening in your community is a way to be prepared when taking action is necessary. Many ways to do this include attending city council meetings, reading local news sources, and talking to people who work with the homeless population.
Another way to help the homeless is to donate money or time to community organizations that work with this population. Many of these organizations rely on donations to continue their work, so your contribution can make a big difference.
Bio-One is ready to address issues caused by unanticipated circumstances such as death and serious trauma at any time. We deploy our certified and experienced technicians as soon as possible so you can focus on more important things while the recovery process begins.
Locally owned, Bio-One of Chula Vista works closely with emergency responders, hoarding task forces, public service agencies, and other organizations to provide the most efficient service possible:
We proudly serve the San Diego County location and surrounding cities and communities: Chula Vista, San Diego, National City, Lemon Grove, Spring Valley, El Cajon, Santee, Lakeside, Coronado, La Mesa, Imperial Beach, Bonita, Alpine, surrounding communities. As proud National City Chamber of Commerce members and an approved HomeAdvisor company, we always offer free estimates for our services and are available 24/7! Contact us at 619-892-1744.