Clinician’s Guide to Address Hoarding Disorder

Clinicians define hoarding as: A persistent difficulty discarding or parting with possessions because of a perceived need to save them. A person with hoarding disorder experiences distress at the thought of getting rid of the items. Excessive accumulation of items, regardless of actual value, occurs. The reality is that hoarding has only been recognized as…

The Dangers of Black Water and Sewage Leaks

Modern-day municipal sewage or sanitation systems, as well as septic systems, have proven invaluable in enhancing the lives and protecting the health of people from all walks of life. With that said, sewage systems – from a residential toilet to a water treatment facility – are not foolproof. Problems can occur, including situations that can…

Overview of Comprehensive Cleaning After Dead Body Removal

Certain types of death scenes can leave behind the need for a challenging cleanup process following death body removal. Examples of death scenes that necessitate comprehensive cleaning after dead body removal include: Homicide Suicide Drug overdose Unattended death (undiscovered death) Traumatic accident Traumatic illness or disease Infectious disease There exist three general circumstances that can…

Disneyland Tickets For a Victim of Crime

Eco Bear Biohazard Cleaning Company is offering one adult and one child ticket for a one day pass to Disneyland in Anaheim for a family that is a victim of crime. Applicants must be a resident of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, or Ventura counties. One winner will be chosen on August 28, 2019…

Is It Possible to Refuse an Autopsy?

Autopsies are performed in the state of California and across the country as a means of ascertaining the cause of death. There exist fairly strict parameters regarding the circumstances in which autopsies are undertaken. Understanding this reality, you may want to know if it is possible to refuse an autopsy. Two Primary Types of Autopsies…