Decomposition Cleanup NJ

Quick, Safe & Effective Body Decomposition Cleanup in NJ

A decomposing body can leave behind hazardous fluids, dangerous bacteria and noxious odors that make cleanup difficult to safely and effectively handle on your own.

When a person unknowingly passes away, it can take some time before the body is discovered. In that time, decomposition begins and can create a pretty traumatizing scene for those who discover the body. Once what is left of the deceased is properly taken away and the scene is released, the aftermath of the unattended death and death decomposition is the responsibility of those closest to the situation– friends, family members, business owners or property managers. Coping with the trauma of death is difficult enough as it is, cleaning up the human decomposition left behind can be physically taxing, emotionally overwhelming and potentially hazardous.

Contamination and odors from a decomposing body requires professional cleanup with specialized cleaning techniques, equipment and cleaning agents. 
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Cleaning Up After a Decomposing Body in New Jersey

Cleanup of human decomposition after death can be emotionally stressful AND physically dangerous if it not done correctly by someone with the proper training, equipment and knowledge. Biological residue, dangerous bacteria, deadly pathogens and other bio contaminants may be present that will require specialized cleaning techniques and proper removal and disposal methods. Additionally, depending on state and local regulations, special permits may be necessary to transport and dispose of hazardous biological wastes.

DIY body decomposition cleanup can be ineffective and possibly make the situation worse. Without the appropriate training and experience, you can easily overlook blood and bodily fluids that have seeped into or under the building materials throughout your New Jersey property. If left undetected, hidden blood and bodily fluids could cause infection or spread disease.

Mastertech’s specially trained bio-hazard cleanup technicians in New Jersey have the necessary equipment, licenses, training and experience to safely and effective clean and remove any contamination or odors left behind by body decomposition. 

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Professional Death Decomposition Cleanup Company NJ

Mastertech Environmental’s emergency death decomposition cleanup team has the necessary certifications, equipment, and qualified technicians to effectively cleanup the contamination left behind by a decomposing body. Our technicians are specially trained to safely address any blood or bodily fluids at the scene. In order to achieve an effective cleanup and guarantee a safe environment for your return, our body decomposition cleanup process is very involved and thorough. We will use personal protection equipment to ensure safety, and we will use specialized equipment, professional grade cleaning agents and the proper cleaning and disposal techniques to restore the New Jersey property to safe and livable conditions.

At Mastertech, we are sensitive to the concerns and emotions of those who may be present at the cleanup scene. They may have questions or fears, or may simply need a sympathetic smile and comforting word. Our staff understands the shock and grief they are feeling, and responds with respect, discretion and genuine concern. Our technicians are trained to act with discretion and sympathy. We understand that this is a sensitive time for you and your family, that is why we enforce strict non-disclosure policies to ensure you and your family’s privacy during this distressing time.

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Safe & Effective Decomposition Cleanup Services New Jersey

Mastertech’s 24/7 Emergency Services Team in New Jersey provides fast, safe and discreet death scene cleanup to restore your NJ property back to its pre-incident condition. CALL TODAY 1-800-310-3226

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