Kentucky Citizens Can Rely on Advanced Bio Treatment Services
Kentucky, which was actually a part of Virginia until 1792, is home to the famous Kentucky Derby, an annual horse race that happens every May. This famous race is also known as “The Run for the Roses” because a blanket of roses is draped over the winner. Kentucky is also famous for its bourbon, which was first created in the late 1700s in the western part of Virginia, which would later become Kentucky. Despite its bourbon heritage, the official beverage of Kentucky is milk! Bluegrass, which gives Kentucky its nickname “the bluegrass state,” grows in many of Kentucky’s pastures because of the fertile soil. However, bluegrass is not really blue. It’s green, but it produces bluish-purple buds which, in large fields, give the whole area a bluish tint.
Call Advanced Bio Treatment in Kentucky
Advanced Bio Treatment knows that Kentucky is not just about great bourbon, horse races, and bluegrass music. It is also home to a diverse population of families and business owners, just like those in all the states we service, who need access to resources and support for biohazard cleanups and decontamination emergencies.
Advanced Bio Treatment Knows Kentucky Well
Advanced Bio Treatment has supported Kentucky residents and business owners and taken care of their biohazard cleanup needs for many years. ABT technicians are trained and prepared to professionally assess and address each unique situation. Because Advanced Bio Treatment knows all the numbers and our technicians are trained and prepared to professionally assess and address each unique situation, citizens of Kentucky turn to Advanced Bio Treatment when they need cleanup and decontamination services.
The trained and IICRC certified biohazard and crime-scene cleanup technicians at Advanced Bio Treatment already know the demographics of Kentucky, which is home to over 4 million people. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration reported that Kentucky had over 5,000 meth labs and methamphetamine dump sites between 2010 and 2014. According to the FBI, there were 160 murders in 2012 in Kentucky. The suicide rate in Kentucky is above the national average, with 701 reported suicides in 2012, according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.