Trauma Cleaning

Trauma cleaning refers to cleaning which deals with stains and damage caused by accidents, death, squatters or vandals. Unidentified stains, bodily fluids, blood and more are common in trauma cleaning. Trauma cleaning is also referred to as crime scene cleaning but is actually much more than that.

FULLY ACCREDITED TECHNICIANS

Our trauma cleaning technicians hold all relevant UK licences and are qualified to handle all types of trauma cleaning to relevant standards.

CRIME SCENE CLEANING

While sometimes used as a catch-all term for trauma cleaning, crime scene cleaning is used specifically for instances where a crime has been committed. This can be in a property or a road traffic accident. Blood and bodily fluids are common and special chemicals must be used to tackle these cleaning jobs.

TRAUMA CLEANING FOR ACCIDENTS

Blood and bodily fluids are not only the result of crimes. Domestic and industrial accidents contribute significantly to the need for trauma cleaning. Trauma, by its very nature, is traumatic and so it is essential for the mental wellbeing of all property users to return the affected area to a state of normality as soon as possible.

TRAUMA CLEANING FOR DEATHS

Sadly, many people pass away while alone in a property and are not always discovered quickly. Natural causes, domestic accidents and suicides are the main contributors, and all are distressing in their own way.

CleanScene is particularly adept at handling these situations. We understand that a person’s death is an emotional experience and aim to carry out of work with the minimum of fuss and disruption.

INDUSTRY-LEADING EQUIPMENT

As we work with many large commercial clients, we have ready stocks of the most effective, industrial quality cleaning materials. Whatever you’re dealing with, we can help clear it up as quickly and effectively as possible.

CALL THE EXPERTS TODAY

Trauma cleaning requires specific training and cannot be handled by just any cleaning company. Call CleanScene today and get our team of trauma cleaning technicians on the job.

WHY IS RECYCLING IMPORTANT?

We recycle over 95% of the waste we collect, here’s why that’s a really important number:

Opting to use recycled materials in the production of a product uses significantly less energy than sourcing, extracting and refining raw materials, even when you factor in the costs of transport and the recycling processses themselves.

Recycling reduces the need to further strip the planet of its rapidly dimishing natural resources. For every fresh resource taken from the Earth, there is extra energy required and accompanying air and water pollution, to one degree or another. Reusing and recycling material is a key process if we, as individuals and organisations, seek to do what we can to protect the world for future generations.

Our recycle where possible policy helps contribute to the national campaign to reduce the UK’s levels of landfill. Recycling converts unwanted materials into fresh resources that can be used in many different manufacturing processes. Every item we recycle is one less that goes to landfill. These mountains of unwanted goods, much of which can be recycled and reused, are spread over 1500 site across the UK. These sites produced 35.6% of the UK’s methane emissions in 2010. Methane is a key contributor to climate change and anything we can do to limit its production is vital for future generations.

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