Phoenix cleaning company specialise in the
prevention, containment and clean up of any
A Biohazard can be defined as 'a situation
which holds the potential of harm
to persons due to the presence of biological
agents/chemicals'. Using state of the art
machinery, chemicals and the most highly of
trained cleaning operatives we can deal with
ANY Biohazard 24 hours a day, 365
days of the year. We can provide all relevant
insurance, health and safety, risk assessment
documentation and all staff are
comprehensively trained, inoculated and
counselled at regular intervals.
Examples of Biohazard cleaning we undertake are detailed below,
however the services we provide are vast so please contact us for further
information and advice.

Our trauma clean up service involves the clean up and
containment of deadly blood borne and airborne spores
which are released into the local atmosphere when a
trauma occurs. HIV and hepatitis may be present at the
scene of a trauma or accident and will require a specialist
clean to eradicate the direct threat they pose on the public.
Using state of the art machinery, the latest techniques and
highly trained technicians we can ensure the scene of a
trauma will be clean, decontaminated and safe from risk.
We offer our trauma cleaning service to local authorities, private businesses and members of the public. We have been called upon to
help out after many traumatic events such as suicides, fatal accidents, undiscovered and discovered deaths and murders. We always
work with compassion, discretion and confidentiality.
  • pigeon feces clean up
  • infectious disease control
  • hospital deep cleaning
  • syringe sweep
  •  oil spill clean up
  • bodily fluid clean up
  • blood clean up
  • vomit clean up
  • clean room sanitisation
  • decontamination
  • clean room sanitising
  • sharps removal
  • superbug eradication
  • mercury spill clean up
  • prison cell decontamination

Phoenix Cleaning Company undertakes needle sweeps, needle pick ups,  removal and disposal of
sharps, scalpels and razor blades. Discarded needles carry a high risk of a needle stick injury which
can lead to persons contracting hepatitis and HIV. Needles may be easily visible but also hidden in
crevices of properties, furniture or undergrowth in external public areas. Extreme caution must be
taken during the detection and removal process of needles/sharps and correct disposal methods set
out by Health & Safety and government regulations must be adhered to. Sharps can not be disposed of
with general household waste.
Phoenix Cleaning Company has provided needle/sharps removal service for councils, housing
associations, landlords, the construction industry, and members of the public.