Eco Bear Biohazard Cleaning Company

Home is the nicest word there is.” – Laura Ingalls Wilder

Your home, your family are intrinsically united. Some people are able to make it through life without a significant tragedy visiting their home and family. Most are not.

Tragedy can take many forms. And tragedy can viciously strike without the slightest warning.

If you have experienced a traumatic event at your home that requires professional cleanup or biohazard remediation, the professionals at Eco Bear Biohazard Cleaning Company stand ready and able to work for you. Eco Bear Biohazard Cleaning Company is a local, family owned business. We care deeply about the people in the Southern California communities we serve.

Areas of Service

Eco Bear provides comprehensive, compassionate, respectful cleanup or remediation services addressing a broad spectrum of challenging situations that include:

  • Biohazard cleanup
  • Crime scene cleanup
  • Homeless encampment cleanup
  • Suicide cleanup
  • Unattended death cleanup
  • Hoarder property cleanup
  • Blood cleanup
  • Biohazard remediation
  • Odor remediation

Biohazard Cleanup

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines a biohazard as a dangerous biological substance that poses a risk of serious illness and even death to human beings. The risk of biohazard contamination can present itself at your own home.

The most common types of dangerous bloodborne and similar pathogens are:

  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Microorganisms
  • Toxins (derived from a biological source)

If a family member has suffered a traumatic injury or death in your home, the possible risk of biohazards in the form of bloodborne pathogens is very real. This risk magnifies tremendously if you’re involved in finding an unattended death in which the body was not immediately discovered.

Eco Bear provides professional, compassionate, and effective biohazard cleanup services, also known as biohazard remediation.

Crime Scene Cleanup

Violent crime can dramatically, horrifically impact your life. This particularly is the case when such a crime occurs in your home.

Over 175,000 violent crimes are reported in California every year. These include homicides, rapes, and assaults. 60 percent of rapes, more than 30 percent of violent assaults (by home invasion), and a considerable number of homicides occur annually in homes just like yours.

When the sanctity of your home is violated by a violent criminal, the first task you face is crime scene cleanup. Violent crime scene cleanup is a physically and emotionally challenging task. Violent crime scene cleanup requires personal protective gear and specialized chemicals and equipment. The team at Eco Bear is equipped with everything needed to effectively undertake a thorough crime scene cleanup to restore your home to its proper condition.

Homeless Encampment Cleanup

Los Angeles tops the nation when it comes to the population of chronically homeless men, women, and children. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Los Angeles city and county not only has the most chronically homeless people than any place else in the United States, two-thirds of these people are on the street. An ever-increasing number of homeless people in LA are congregating in homeless encampments.

A homeless encampment is defined as a congregation of more than one homeless person of family. A homeless encampment can even consist over 100 people. In Los Angeles county, homeless encampments are found in all types of neighborhoods.

One of the primary problems associated with homeless encampments is the presence biohazardous materials. These biohazards can include dangerous pathogens that can be harmful, and even fatal to humans. Eco Bear has a team of specialists well versed in homeless encampment cleanup.

Suicide Cleanup

The tragic loss of a loved one by suicide presents incomparable grief and unimaginable challenges. Depending on the manner in which a loved one elected to end his or her life, the death scene can be horrific.

If you’ve lost a loved one because of suicide, you’re not alone. Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States. On average, about 105 people taking their lives in the country every day, or once every 12 minutes. Over 38,000 Americans die annually at their own hands.

If your loved one took his or her life in a violent manner, you must not add any more to your grief with worry over how the location of the death is going to cleaned and restored. The team at Eco Bear can tend to the suicide cleanup process while you begin the process of grieving the loss of your loved one.

Unattended Death Cleanup

Discovering an unattended death represents one of the most gut wrenching, horrific experiences imaginable. An unattended death occurs when someone dies and the body is not immediately discovered. Days, weeks, or even longer can pass before the remains are found.

The decomposition process results in the release of highly dangerous pathogens and other biohazardous materials. The unattended death cleanup process demands professional biohazard remediation.

The experienced team at Eco Bear has the background necessary to thoroughly, compassionately, and safely remediate the aftermath of an unattended death. This includes all aspects of unattended death cleanup, including:

  • Cleanup
  • Sanitization
  • Restoration

Hoarder Property Cleanup

According to the Mayo Clinic, hoarding is defined as a psychological disorder characterized by a persistent difficulty to discard or otherwise part with possessions. This inability is due to a perceived, pervasive need to save items, including ones that have no actual value. This includes not only the hoarding of inanimate objects, but also about 250,000 animals annually. 

Hoarding cleanup is a daunting task. The process of hoarding cleanup includes not only the removal of the tremendous amount of items accumulated the hoarder, but also the remediation of dangerous biohazards.

Eco Bear provides compassionate, discreet hoarding cleanup services. This includes cleaning and remediation of a situation involving pet or animal hoarding.

Blood Cleanup

Blood potentially can be infected with dangerous bloodborne pathogens. The four most dangerous of the bloodborne pathogens are:

  • HIV
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C
  • MRSA


If you confront the need for blood cleanup, you need to bear in mind that it can contain these dangerous biohazards. You must use proper personal protective equipment when cleaning up blood that includes:

  • Goggles
  • Mask
  • Apron, smock, or uniform
  • Gloves


If a blood that covers more than a dinnerplate of space must be cleaned up, you need to seriously consider engaging our team of biohazard remediation specialists to assist you.

Biohazard Decontamination

The team at Eco Bear also assists property owners with other types of biohazard decontamination issues, including meth lab cleanup. This type of biohazard cleanup is highly dangerous and demands professional remediation. We have the experience and skillset to ensure the thorough removal of dangerous substances left behind in the aftermath of a situations like the operation or a meth lab.

Customer Appreciation of Eco Bear

“I own rental properties in Los Angeles. Being a landlord is challenging on a good day. Not long ago, I discovered one of my tenants died an unattended death because of an accident in the house. I was the first one to discover the death even though it happened a few weeks earlier. I called Eco Bear to clean up after my tenant’s death. Ray handled the situation with discretion, competence, and efficiency. My rental was completely ready for use in a short time.”

– George H.


“The most difficult time in our lives was the suicide of our son. Even now, a couple of years later, we still grieve over the loss of our son. After our son took his life, we called Ray and Emily at Eco Bear to help us in cleaning up after our son’s death. The people from Eco Bear treated us compassionately, respected our privacy, and approached the situation with dignity. Thanks to them, we were able to focus on remembering our son while they ensure our home was clean and restored.”

– Kathleen & William B


“I have an elderly aunt who lives in LA. What I didn’t realize is that Aunt Peggy was a hoarder. In fact, I didn’t learn this fact until my Aunt passed away and I inherited her house. I live out of state and wanted to put the house on the market. But first, the aftereffects of years of my Aunt’s hoarding needed to be taken care of. Eco Bear and Ray and Emily to the rescue! The team at Eco Bear worked tirelessly and got the house cleaned up, allowing me the ability to get it on the market and sold.

– Dean R.


“My wife and I were the victims of a home invasion. I ended up being seriously attacked by the home invader, but fortunately my wife ended up unscathed and physically unharmed. We called Eco Bear to assist us in cleaning up after the home invasion. Ray from Eco Bear was at our home in no time at all and took matters in hand. His wife, Emily, assisted us in filing a claim with our insurance company to cover the costs associated with cleaning up the effects of the home invasion. She also provided us information on the California Victim Compensation Board. Although we’ll never fully forget the home invasion incident, thanks to Eco Bear there is no evidence that anything like it ever occurred in our home.”

– Bill & Claire W.