There are many types of bio-hazardous waste including: blood, feces, urine, semen, decomposition, animal feces, and medical waste. A biohazard is any type of chemical substance or biological substance that’s dangerous to the environment, animals, or humans. Getting in direct contact with any contaminated biohazard can be extremely dangerous for your health.


Blood is one of the most hazardous bodily fluids to clean up as it can be very dangerous without proper training. There are many transmittable illnesses blood cleanup can expose you to, such as HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C.

Bio-Hazardous Waste Types

You may not believe you need the help of a biohazard cleanup team if there’s only a few visible droplets of blood in a room. However, blood is a liquid and can easily spread around an entire room undetected. A small spot of blood on a carpet can seep through layers of foam padding and underlayment, contaminating the whole room. Even if the blood is left to dry, it can still contain dangerous pathogens.

Blood clean up requires sanitizing and disinfecting to ensure there aren’t any dangerous pathogens left in the blood. Hiring a biohazard cleanup company that has experience handling different types of bio-hazardous waste will ensure that all of the blood is cleaned up and the area is properly decontaminated.

Bodily Fluids

No matter the circumstances, bodily fluids are also difficult to clean up. While a space can appear visibly clean, there can still be a lot of dangerous biological material that can’t be seen by the naked eye. Trying to clean up bodily fluids by yourself without the proper materials and training can prove difficult to your health, while also increasing the psychological impact from the incident. Here at Scene Clean, we have years of training and experience working with bodily fluid biohazards.

Not only can cleaning up bodily fluids by yourself potentially expose you to biohazards, but it can also be mentally taxing. Cleaning up after an accident or crime can inflict feelings of anxiety or fear, on top of processing the mental load of what happened. Don’t be left with the burden of cleaning up bodily fluids by yourself. Scene Clean is here to take this emotionally taxing job off of your plate of responsibilities.


Hoarding conditions are never easy for loved ones to deal with, which is why Scene Clean provides discreet cleanup options for families in need of help. We work with social services, as well as insurance companies, to ensure all aspects of a hoarding cleanup are covered. Oftentimes, hoards are contaminated with both human and animal feces. Exposure to these biohazards are just one of the many health risks that come with cleaning up a hoard. This is one of the reasons why many families choose to entrust professional biohazard cleaners to restore a space.

There are many risks that come with cleaning up a hoard, including mold and biohazard exposure. No matter what type of hoard, the team at Scene Clean works hard to restore balance back in a home so you and your family can feel encouraged. We work to clean up the space, removing any debris requested, as well as sanitizing and disinfecting the area. In addition, we take care of the disposal of any unwanted belongings or anything that can’t be repaired.

Waste Bio-Hazardous Types

Getting Help Cleaning Up Different Types of Bio-Hazardous Waste

At Scene Clean, our goal is to give you your home back as quickly as possible. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing fast, efficient, and safe cleanup for any biohazard scene. No matter how big or small the project is, our team of OSHA complaint technicians are dedicated to helping your family get their home back. Contact us today to learn more about how we handle different types of bio-hazardous waste.