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The public often doesn’t think about the gruesome task of cleanup after a crime, but Trauma Technicians are bound to carry out their duties with the well-being of the client in mind.
Marco Micola will share with us what happens in the aftermath of violent crime or moving out a hoarder? All of these incidents require specialized cleanup of bio-hazard material, airborne pathogens, or pest infestation, something not often thought about as we read stories in the headlines. How do these messes get cleaned up and who does it? Highly trained and certified response teams provide professional services with compassion, integrity and discretion.
Trauma Technicians and Marco Micola’s work in compassionately serving families who are not equipped to deal with any further trauma surrounding the death of a loved one, infectious disease, or one who is victim to hoarding or drugs.
What happens in the aftermath of violent crime, meth lab discovery, or moving out a hoarder? All of these incidents require specialized cleanup of bio-hazard material, airborne pathogens, or pest infestation, something not often thought about as we read stories in the headlines. How do these messes get cleaned up and who does it?
Trauma Technicians, LLC is highly recommended by trained professionals such as:
- Medical Examiners
- Law Enforcement
- Fire Departments
- Insurance Companies
- Property Managers
- And other professionals that know to call us because we offer, prompt, experienced, and compassionate services.
Trauma Technicians is the Corporate Sponsor for
- Crime scene cleanup business ‘is not a job for everyone’ (cnn.com)
- The Susan Murphy Milano Show: Hoarders, Who Cleans Up That Mess? (imaginepublicity.com)
- The Roth Show: Marco Mercola of Trauma Technicians (imaginepublicity.com)
- Crime scene cleanup crews in Oklahoma work to save others from more trauma (newsok.com)