Joe’s AZ Bio
Joe’s AZ Bio started out 16 years ago after Joe experienced a traumatic loss with a loved one close to him. After finding that there was a disconnect between the police leaving the scene and the lack of information on who to call for help after, he felt it in his heart to create a company that could do just that; bridge the gap. With that goal, he cultivated a biohazard cleanup company that not only remediates on an industry level, but also honestly educates while providing beneficial resources that will help in the recovery process.
Professional Affiliations & Licensing
- Licensed with the Arizona Dept of Environmental Quality
- Licensed with the Arizona Registrar of Contractors
- Liability insurance to $5,000,000
- Licensed with Maricopa County
- Bonded to $50,000
- Certified trained in Bloodborne Pathogens by OSHA
- Certified trained in Crime Scene Cleanup by Amdecon
- Member of the Better Business Bureau (“A+” rating)
Joe’s AZBio Management Team
Director of Operations
Senior Field Manager
BioHazard Cleanup About Us
As licensed professionals in biohazard contamination cleanup, we are here to help you with all of your cleaning needs.
Our other biohazard cleanup specialties include crime scene cleanup, homicide cleanup, suicide cleanup, unattended death cleanup, decomposition cleanup, blood cleanup, infectious disease cleanup, hoarding cleanup, bacteria testing, and restorations.
When the unexpected happens, we are trained and experienced to know how to respond!
A Message From Our Owner
Recent Blog Posts
Ozone characteristics make it an extremely powerful disinfection and odor treatment tool that is safer and more effective than even the most powerful cleaners like bleach.
While the majority of Joe’s Az-Bio customers can visually see the good job, we do cleaning and sanitizing, others have requested to see quantitative numerical test results as proof of disinfection. This is especially relevant during the COVID era of cleaning. The test that we use most often is the ATP test.
This important article by our very own engineering student, Cole Barnett from ASU, will explain the do’s and don’ts when it comes to cleaning chemicals for dead body, blood and suicide cleaning.
Most painting contractors are not used to the unique problem that biohazard cleaning companies face when trying to cover the smell of garbage or death on painted surfaces.
Go here to read the many articles we have written on Biohazard Cleanup: AZ-BIO Cleanup and Restoration Blogs
Arizona’s Fastest Biohazard Cleaning Company
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