West Virginia Can Rely on Advanced Bio-Treatment
West Virginia is one of three states created by seceding from another state. Virginia was one of the 11 Confederate states that seceded from the Union, an act that precipitated the Civil War. The citizens of the western counties of Virginia wanted to remain loyal to the Union, however. They therefore approved the formation a new state, West Virginia, by seceding from Virginia. But West Virginia never gained approval from Virginia, which the Constitution requires, making West Virginia the only state in the country that was created by stealing territory from another state!
Call Advanced Bio-Treatment in West Virginia
Advanced Bio-Treatment knows that West Virginia has a very 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. Therefore, we make it a priority to understand Virginia and its particular demographics.
ABT Knows the Demographics of West Virginia
The trained and IICRC certified biohazard and crime scene cleanup technicians at Advanced Bio-Treatment know the criminal and mortality statistics of West Virginia well. This knowledge is what allows us to provide excellent service to the citizens of West Virginia. Almost 2 million people live in West Virginia. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration reported that West Virginia had over 514 meth labs and methamphetamine dump sites between 2010 and 2014. According to the FBI, there were 62 murders in 2012 in West Virginia. The suicide rate in West Virginia is above the national average with 323 people taking their own lives in 2012, according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Advanced Bio-Treatment has supported West Virginia residents and business owners and has taken care of their biohazard cleanup needs for many years. ABT technicians are highly trained and well prepared to professionally and compassionately assess and address each unique situation. These are the reasons citizens of West Virginia turn to Advanced Bio-Treatment when they need cleanup and decontamination services.