Blood and Body Fluids, Outbreaks, Environmental Disinfection
In todays jet set world, pathogens travel the globe at unprecedented speed; Zika virus, Ebola, SARS, Norovirus, Hantavirus, Avian Flu. Many community and hospital acquired infections are also prevalent; Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus (MRSA), Clostridium Difficile (C. Diff.), Hepatitis, HIV, Norovirus and community acquired pneumonia are but a few.
There are also many Zoonotic diseases that are prevalent in the global environment.
Our disinfection division is trained to deal with all pathogens: from the everyday cold virus to Ebola.
Our experience in remediation industry, clinical and research laboratories and as nurses, has given us clear insight, hands on experience and knowledge about the real and potential dangers of an infectious outbreak, and how to handle it properly.
Absolute Bio-Recovery Service East has disinfected a wide range of environments; from jail cells, schools, hospitals, vehicles, retail stores and private homes. We are familiar with the early signs of infectious diseases and know how to properly stop the invasion before it becomes widespread.
We are dedicated to keeping up to date with the latest preventative and treatment measures available and strive to use environmentally friendly anti-viral and anti-microbial agents as well as natural sources such as steam in our sanitizing processes.
Our team is committed to being by your side through each step of the disinfecting process. We will provide a comprehensive decontamination evaluation, a detailed scope of necessary services and a written estimate.
Pre and post disinfecting testing, to determine the microbial load, is documented by using an Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) meter to demonstrate that the treated areas are free from microorganisms.
We can provide one-time services or regularly scheduled disinfecting sessions to help decrease the spread of pathogens.
As a member company of Decontamination Professionals International, we can rely on our national and international affiliates in the event of an epidemic or mass casualty situation.