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Crime Scene Clean-Up In Utah

Utah’s biohazard & crime clean-up specialists

For over 15 years, Aftermath Services has helped families and businesses recover from difficult tragedies. Our team of professional technicians handle some of the toughest biohazard and death scene cleanups, including suicide cleanup and unattended death cleanup. We’re also experienced in tear gas remediation and hoarding cleanup. We provide fast, efficient service 24/7.

We offer crime scene cleanup and biohazard cleaning services throughout Utah, including West Valley City, Provo, West Jordan, Orem, Sandy, Ogden, St. George & Layton as well as

Satisfied Customers in Utah

“Very professional workers. Explanations were in detail so I knew what was going on during the entire process of cleaning. I appreciate workers honesty & hard work through a difficult job of cleaning. Thanks.

– Darla B., Bountiful, Utah

“Although not present for the work, Marco has been excellent in communicating to us all the steps and work progress. The professionalism has given us great comfort and confidence especially, being away and not present. We are feeling a renewed sense of safety and security for our home that just a few days ago felt violated and unsafe. Thanks!”

– Kathy M., Moab, Utah

“I am grateful for the services and compassion that were shown to our family, and amazed that people still care enough for life that they give themselves and their time in crisis to help bring peace to the world.”

– Stephanie B., Central Valley, Utah

Biohazard & Crime Cleanup – Utah State Requirements
Vehicle Requirements

  • Transporter vehicles shall carry a spill containment and cleanup kit
  • Warning signs shall contain the international biohazard sign and shall state: “CAUTION — INFECTIOUS WASTE STORAGE AREA — UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS KEEP OUT”
Manifest Requirements

  • The employer shall train each employee with occupational exposure and training records shall be maintained for 3 years from the date on which the training occurred
Storage Requirements

  • If infectious waste is stored longer than seven days, the infectious waste shall be stored at or below a temperature of 40 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Under no conditions may infectious waste be stored for longer than 60 days
Other Resources

  • Utah Crime Victim Compensation Program
  • For information about statewide victim services call: (800) 621-7444 or Visit their Website

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