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ABT Can Erase Signs of Trauma
We understand the need to erase any evidence of trauma and the importance of removing all potential biohazards from your property.
When a crime scene or trauma scene occurs inside a residential home it requires the thorough cleaning and restoration only a professional crime scene cleaning service can provide. Blood and body fluids can penetrate surfaces, while bad odor removal can be an issue all on its own. All potential biohazards need to be eliminated. Our technicians understand what’s at stake in your residential home and personal property. The quality of our residential property cleanup services reflect that.
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Residential Waste Removal FAQs
What is residential waste?
Residential waste is any solid waste that comes from private homes or apartment buildings. Residential waste usually comes in the form of garbage produced by the actions of the homeowner.
Does ABT offer residential waste removal near me?
The services Advanced Bio-Treatment offer can be extremely time sensitive. ABT has many strategic locations across the United States, allowing trauma cleanup technicians to arrive on the scene quickly. ABT offers 24/7 emergency response to locations within our service area. ABT offers services in four regions.
The Southeast Region covers Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
The Eastern Region covers Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia.
The Northeast Region covers Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington D.C., and Vermont.
The Central Region covers Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.
ABT also offers trauma and crime scene cleanup services in Texas.
What are the different types of household waste?
Household waste can be divided into five main classifications.
The first type of household waste is liquid waste. Liquid waste can be either point or non-point source waste. Point source liquid waste is manufactured waste. Non-point source liquid waste is any natural liquid waste, such as water used from washing your car or water used to clean dishes.
The second type of household waste is solid waste. Solid waste is broken down into four different categories. These categories are plastic waste, paper/cardboard waste, tins/metal waste, and ceramic/glass waste.
The third type of household waste is organic waste. Any type of “natural” waste falls under this category. Food scraps, lawn trimmings, and manure are examples of organic waste. While this type of waste is “from the earth”, that doesn’t mean that it can just be disposed of in any manner you wish. Organic waste can create methane and cause other problems that require it to be dealt with in a proper manner.
The fourth type of household waste is recyclable waste. Any item that can be recycled into products that can be used again falls under this category. For instance, certain types of plastics and paper products would fall under the recyclable waste category.
The final type of household waste is hazardous waste. If the waste is flammable, toxic, corrosive, or reactive, it would fall under this category. Some examples of hazardous waste would be oil, gasoline, and batteries.
Can household waste be hazardous?
Yes, household waste can be hazardous.
Hazardous household waste is any household waste that is hazardous when discarded. In this situation, hazardous waste is defined as any waste that is flammable, toxic, corrosive, or reactive. Even simple things such as batteries or household cleaners can be considered hazardous household waste. In the United States, hazardous household waste is regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency. There are special rules that dictate the proper way to dispose of hazardous household waste, and failing to follow these rules can result in fines.
How do you dispose of hazardous household waste?
There are four types of hazardous household waste as defined by the Environment Protections Agency. All hazardous household waste can be classified under corrosive waste, toxic waste, ignitable waste, or reactive waste.
If you must dispose of any waste that is hazardous, there are several recommendations that can be followed that will ensure the hazardous waste is properly disposed of.
1. Follow any instructions on a product’s label.
Manufactured waste usually comes with disposal recommendations. By following them, a person can make sure they are properly disposing of the product.
2. Only buy as much as needed
A lot of products that create hazardous waste can be “used up”, eliminating the actual waste created. For instance, if a person purchases paint to paint a wall, they should only buy as much as they need. This will result in very little actual hazardous waste.
Some hazardous waste can be recycled. For instance, some automobile fluids such as oil can be brought to a recycling center where the center will take the waste and recycle it, reducing the impact it has on the environment.
Hazardous waste like paint or cleaners can be donated to other people once you are finished with them.
5. Throw it in the trash only after you are sure it can be disposed of in a landfill.
Some hazardous household waste can be thrown away in the trash. It is best to contact the local landfill and ask them if there are any special precautions that should be taken before throwing away this type of hazardous waste.
What is the difference between domestic waste and commercial waste?
Commercial waste is any waste created while carrying out the day-to-day activities of a business. Domestic waste, or residential waste, is any waste created by the day-to-day use on a domestic premises. Some examples of residential waste removal services offered by ABT include:
How much does residential cleanup services cost?
Please contact us, 24 hours a day / 7 days a week, to speak with an ABT representative. We will be happy to discuss your unique situation and how we can help you.
What are some questions I should be asking when choosing a residential cleaning company?
Hiring a residential cleaning company can be a daunting task, especially if you’ve never done it before. There are several questions that you can ask the company that will ensure you have all the information needed before deciding which is the best company for you.
1. What are your rates based on?
It is standard practice for a cleaning company to charge by the hour, but they may also charge by the project or by the number of employees they send to complete the job. Having a good understanding of the way a cleaning company charges will keep you from being overcharged for services.
2. Are the employees trustworthy? Have they undergone a background check?
While most reputable cleaning companies run background checks on their employees, it’s best to know if this is the case for any cleaning company you choose. This will ensure only trusted people have entered your home.
3. Is the company insured and bonded?
Cleaning companies should carry liability insurance in order to protect you from any unforeseen damages that may happen during the cleaning process.
4. What should I do with my pet?
Some cleaning services may be hazardous for your pets, requiring your furry friends to be removed from the premises for a certain amount of time.
5. Can this be included in the contract?
It’s important to get everything in writing. Make sure the cleaning service puts pen to paper and writes out all prices, costs, and services in case of any unforeseen problems or disputes.
Residential Cleanup At Your Service
Whether it is crime scene cleanup, trauma or residential waste removal services – we clean all types of personal and residential properties including homes, autos, boats and other types of personal property. If you are an individual that needs our help, our residential property cleanup services are here for you.
We Are Your Partner
We will handle all your needs and walk you through the process as your partner. You never need to worry about taking this on alone. We have helped others with their residential property and we are there for you. We provide estimates before we start work and walk you through every step of the process, including helping you file a homeowners insurance claim.