Sleepwalking Mess: Hazardous Waste Cleanup

Sleepwalking Can Create Biohazardous Situations Somnambulism, or sleepwalking, is fairly uncommon, occurring in only about 7% of adults. According to the Mayo Clinic, sleepwalking occurs more often in children, and some research has shown that up to 17% of children may sleepwalk. Some evidence suggests that sleepwalking runs in families and that a person can be up to ten times more prone to sleepwalking if an immediate family member sleepwalks. Although rare, there are documented cases of sleepwalking resulting in dangerous and even deadly situations. Sleepwalkers have gotten behind the wheel of a car and driven, climbed out windows, operated a stove and other machinery, and wandered from the safety of their homes into heavy traffic, for example. Sleepwalking is more of an inconvenience than a danger, and it is unlikely that a sleepwalker could create a biohazardous situation. Advanced Bio Treatment, however, was called to Montpelier, Vermont, to remediate the lobby…

Another Side to Death Behind the Macabre

Macabre - Five Unique Companies That Deal with Death Would Say “Absolutely!” Working in the business of death ourselves, we at Advanced Bio Treatment know that any death is complex and difficult. In an attempt to cope with the fear and mystery of death, cultural traditions that celebrate and honor death and the dead in very festive ways, like Halloween in this country, exist all over the world. Over the course of our many years in the business of death, we have also discovered a few very unique companies right here in the United States. These companies take a different approach to the traditional macabre, occult aura that shrouds death. Take a fascinating walk on the not-so-dark side with us . . . National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art - Cleveland, OH Click here for website NAPSA (National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art) is a company…

Typical Autumn Chores and Typical Serious Accidents

Typical Autumn Chores and Typical Serious Accidents Autumn is rapidly approaching and with it come the typical seasonal chores of cleaning gutters and roofs, especially in our more northerly communities that have a lot of deciduous trees. Our experience responding to and cleaning up accident sites has taught us that some seasonal chores should be left to experts because of their inherent risks and potential for deadly accidents. Attempting them yourself simply is not worth the few bucks you might save. Climbing up on the roof with the blower to clear the roof and the gutters of dead and decaying leaves is critical if you want to protect these expensive investments and their surrounding structures and landscape. However, it’s also really dangerous. REALLY dangerous. Climbing up to the roof is probably one of the most dangerous things laymen homeowners do. Why not climb up to the roof yourself? Because you…