About Us

Owner

Hi, my name is Scott Barkley and I’m the owner of Bio Decon Solutions. Because of my experience and history in various fields in hospital and correctional settings, Bio Decon Solutions was born. Helping these people with our compassion, discretion, and ability to clean up tough messes is important to us.

We help individuals and families with the clean up from:

  • Hoarding
  • Homeless camps
  • Squatters
  • Homicides
  • Suicides
  • Decomposing bodies (unattended deaths)

I was born and raised in Spokane, WA within a law enforcement family. My dad was a Spokane County Sheriff Deputy, my mom was a reserve police officer, and my step-mom was a police officer for the City of Spokane.  After studying sociology at Western Washington University, I gained a deeper understanding of some of the issues some of our client’s are dealing with. While pursuing a career in law enforcement, I transitioned to becoming a correctional officer at McNeil Island Corrections Center.  After two years there I found work at a local hospital as a security officer.

It was while working here, I founded Bio Decon Solutions.  Since January 2013, we’ve been effectively cleaning up hoarding clutter, crime scenes, homeless camps and other messes in the Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and Gig Harbor areas

 

President

Hi, my name is Corinna Love and I’m the President of Bio Decon Solutions. I was born to a military family overseas.  After we moved all over the world, we finally settled in Lakewood. I have raised my family locally in the Lakewood area. In the past, I’ve worked for the Department of Corrections as well as security at a Tacoma area hospital. While working at the hospital I met Scott Barkley, the owner of Bio Decon Solutions.

I originally planned on working for the company as a side job.  However, the more I got involved in the company and work, the more I really enjoyed it. I knew I wanted to play a bigger role. Helping people out in their time of need is important to me, that is exactly what we do.

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