How can you protect your family from a biohazard spill in the home?
A lot of people believe that biohazard spills only occur in the hospital or laboratory environment. However, some circumstances can lead to bio-hazardous materials getting spilt in the home. Common types of biohazards which can spill in the house include human and animal waste from a backed up sewer or clogged toilet, human blood and body fluids from injuries, and residues from sharp objects such as glass and needles. Most waste management companies handle the general waste, which leaves homeowners unprepared to handle bio-hazardous material.