Bio Solutions Tennessee specializes in removal and proper disposal of animal and rodent waste. Our technicians are highly trained professionals that utilize both technology and other techniques to locate and identify animal based biohazards. Once located and identified, we dispose of the contamination, and then thoroughly decontaminate the areas impacted.
Did you know that…
There are more than 60 different diseases that can be transmitted from birds and bats to humans. One example is Histoplasmosis, which is a respiratory disease that could be fatal. That disease comes from the fungus found in dried bird feces or bat feces (commonly referred to as guana).
There are hundreds of lethal diseases that can be transmitted to humans from rats and mice such as Ebola, Small Pox, Hantavirus, and rat bite fever. All can be transmitted by means of a bite, a scratch, or consumption of urine or feces from contaminated food or water.
There are multiple strains of bacteria, diseases and other airborne pathogens that are carried by Raccoons and their feces, all of which are extremely harmful and easily transmittable to both humans and domestic pets. Raccoon Roundworm is a parasite found in raccoon feces that can be very deadly.
Raccoon urine and feces must be immediately removed and the area fully decontaminated to prevent both humans and pets from becoming sick.
Bio Solutions Tennessee will work quickly and diligently to create a decontamination plan of action to mitigate potential risks of infection.
Why Choose Bio Solutions Tennessee
Bio Solutions Tennessee uses specially formulated, hospital grade, and eco-friendly chemicals that are safe to use in any environment. Bio Solutions Tennessee’s vast experience, tools and training is the reason we are the most reputable Rodent and Other Animal Droppings Cleanup Company in East Tennessee.
Contact Us Today
Call Bio Solutions Tennessee to discuss your particular need and to schedule a no obligation free estimate. All calls are kept confidential and you will speak directly with the owner.