Crime Scene

Advanced BioRecovery Solutions proudly serves Florida business, residential and industrial clients state-wide. ABS specializes in crime and trauma scene cleanup.

Crime scene cleanup is not limited to biohazard and HAZMAT exposures commonly associated with crime scenes, e.g., dangerous narcotics and clandestine labs (Fentanyl, Carfentanil, other Fentanyl analogues, Heroin, Methamphetamine, etc.), drug paraphernalia (needles, syringes, meth pipes, etc.) and blood, bodily fluids and other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). Crime scenes may also require non-biohazard and non-HAZMAT restoration services.

In the course of conducting a criminal investigation, law enforcement officers and crime scene investigators (CSI) may leave behind fingerprint agent residue and staining. Some of these agents include iodine, cyanoacrylate, silver nitrate, ninhydrin, diazafluoren 1, rhodamine, ardrox, sudan black, thenoyl europium chelate and acid fushin. Violent crime investigations involve blood detecting chemicals. Some of these chemicals include Amido Black, Coomassie Blue, Crowle’s stain, Hungarian Red, Leuco Crystal Violet and Luminol. Other agents may be used to produce better test results or speed reaction times. ABS has developed efficient proprietary cleaning methodologies to address these difficult-to-remove substances.

In the course of an apprehension, teargas ordnance, also referred to as CS or CN, may be deployed into a property by law enforcement. Teargas is a pulmonary, ocular and skin irritant. This irritant can cause serious health hazards, to include death in rare instances. ABS employs avant-garde teargas residue recovery and decontamination technologies to efficiently and effectively remediate teargas residue exposures in a property.

ABS can also address other remediation concerns associated to crime scenes, to include but not limited to, ammunition disposal, needle, syringe, meth pipe and other drug paraphernalia disposal and Fentanyl, Carfentanil, other Fentanyl analogues and Methamphetamine testing, recovery and decontamination.

Fentanyl and Fentanyl analogue exposures are extremely dangerous. A business, residence, vehicle (car, tractor-trailer, aircraft, watercraft, etc.) and / or personal content exposed to Fentanyl and Fentanyl analogues should be considered an Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health environment (IDLH). The property or transport vehicle should be secured and entry prohibited. Only certified, insured and licensed HAZMAT remediation professionals trained in recovering and neutralizing Fentanyl and Fentanyl analogues should be used to remediate this IDLH environment. ABS meets all of these requirements.