Squatters & Homeless Camp Clean Up

  • Tacoma homeless camp before we started cleaning

Homeless Camp Clean Up

Homelessness has been a hot issue recently in our state.  It is a fact that there are not enough resources for people who are homeless to get the help they need.  When a government agency or property owner decides to remove people from their private property, the trash, human waste and syringes need to go as well. 

We offer homeless camp clean up services to get unsightly trash and very dangerous biohazards off your property, off the streets, out of wooded areas and from under bridges.  This removes any potential needle sticks or biohazard exposure.  We find used and dirty syringes, needles, containers of feces and urine, drug paraphernalia, and bloody items during these clean ups. 

We are the professionals in regards to safe practices and biohazard removal and disposal and that why you need to use our company when it comes to homeless camp clean ups. 

We regularly perform homeless camp clean up work with:

  • City of Kirkland
  • City of Seattle
  • City of Olympia
  • Bellevue Parks and Community Services Dept
  • Quigg Bros Construction
  • ABSHER Construction
  • Kiewit-Hoffman Construction

Squatter Cleanup

If a squatter has taken over one of your properties and left a huge pile of garbage, human waste, drugs, syringes or needles give us a call at (253) 320-8657.  We will clean up and disinfect to get your property back to normal. We clean out squatter trash, biohazards, syringes, needles etc from your home, commercial buildings, industrial buildings, abandoned buildings, and any other property.  Syringes are dangerous biohazards and need to be disposed of safely in puncture resistant sharps containers.  Let us worry about the liability of accidental needle sticks which can transfer diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C.  We will walk the whole property to find every syringe.

Let us worry about the liability of accidental needle sticks which can transfer diseases such as HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Hepatitis D.  We will diligently sweep the whole property to try to find every syringe.

  • Syringe/needle disposal
  • Biohazard removal and disposal
  • Homeless camp garbage and junk cleanup

We do not pick up sharps container from homes or businesses. – If you need to find a place to drop off sharps containers check out www.safeneedledisposal.org for your closest disposal site.

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