With the number of homeless encampments increasing, the demand for cleaning up has increased with it. It could be a one-person tent or a large group in a vacant building. Regardless, the cleanup process should be handled by professionals, with discretion, and with compassion.
Encampments can pose liability issues to property owners as well as anyone walking through a public area. They can be found in:
- Vacant buildings
- Under bridges
When a camp is vacated, the remaining area is contaminated with biohazards and waste:
- Hypodermic needles
- Feces, urine, vomit, blood
- Various debris
We work with law enforcement and other stakeholders to transform the space into a safer area. We also take extra steps to ensure proper identification or preservation of items of value for anyone previously living in the camp.
There is no need to risk it. You can trust Bio-One of Duval County professionals to clean these encampments for you.