Crime Scene Clean-Up In South Carolina


South Carolina’s biohazard & crime clean-up specialists

For over 15 years, Aftermath’s professional team of courteous, discreet crime scene cleaners have delivered expert biohazard remediation assistance locally and nationwide.

Whether you are facing the tragic complications of an unattended death cleanup, suicide cleanup, or hoarding cleanup, our technicians realize the process can be difficult and dangerous. Our specialty cleaning services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with dispatch centers strategically located throughout South Carolina. We cover most major metropolitan areas, including: Columbia, Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Rock Hill, Greenville, Summerville, Sumter, Hilton Head Island, Florence & Spartanburg.

South Carolina blood cleanup and death removal

Satisfied Customers in Colorado

“Ted and his crew were very professional and understood our pain. Ted even took some time to console my mother.”

- Roseanne T., Beaufort, SC

“The gentlemen who worked here today were kind, compassionate, and very patient. I couldn’t thank them enough.”

- Kari J., North Charleston, SC

Biohazard & Crime Cleanup – South Carolina State Requirements
Vehicle Requirements

  • The cargo-carrying body shall be maintained in a sanitary condition and disinfected immediately after each unloading and as spills are detected
Manifest Requirements

  • Manifest must include the name of the generator; the Department identification number (if applicable); the address of the site where the waste was generated; a general description of the nature of the waste being shipped; the number of containers of waste; the weight or volume (accurate to within ten (10) percent); the date the transporter accepted the shipment; and the date the treatment facility accepted the shipment onsite.
  • Transporters must develop a written infectious waste management plan
  • Signage must include the name of the transporter; the transporter’s Department issued registration number; and the words INFECTIOUS WASTE, MEDICAL WASTE, or BIOHAZARDOUS WASTE
Storage Requirements

  • Waste must be delivered to a treatment facility within fourteen (14) days without refrigeration or thirty (30) days if maintained at or below 42 degrees

Other Resources

  • South Carolina Crime Victim Compensation Program
  • For information about statewide victim services call: (800) 220-5370 or Visit their Website