About Blaze Restoration
We are your Immediate, experienced, sensitive professional and your solution to bio-recovery.

The last thing a grieving family wants to deal with is the aftermath of a loved one's tragedy. We understand the unpleasantness of the situation and as a member of the American-Bio-Recovery Association (hypertext to the ABRA site which lists us as member), are sworn to uphold the highest levels of industry performance, and are well trained to handle the most severe bio-hazards promptly, professionally, and discreetly. 

Our company began providing these specialized services in 2009 because of a need recognized for the Quad-Cities community who had no one to turn to when faced with the aftermath of a traumatic death or crime scene. We have established experience in the cleaning, containing, removal and transportation of potentially infectious waste. By utilizing our professional services, you eliminate the likelihood of re-traumatizing family, friends or co-workers and we are sensitive, and trained to restore peace of mind when tragedy strikes.

Bio-hazardous waste or blood borne pathogens are defined as infectious agents or hazardous biological materials that present a risk or potential risk to the health of humans, animals or the environment. The risk can either be direct through infection or indirect through damage to the environment.


Potentially Infectious Materials (types of bio-hazards):
  • Body Fluids are the most common types of bio-hazards and include blood, urine and fecal matter.
  • Contaminated Materials are items contaminated with bodily fluids including unfixed tissue/organ, sharps (needles, etc) and microbiological wastes.

OSHA regulation (29 CFR 1910.1030) defines blood borne pathogens as pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans.


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Biohazard Response Service
We are your Immediate, experienced, sensitive professional and your solution to bio-recovery.

The last thing a grieving family wants to deal with is the aftermath of a loved one's tragedy. We understand the unpleasantness of the situation and as a member of the American-Bio-Recovery Association (hypertext to the ABRA site which lists us as member), are sworn to uphold the highest levels of industry performance, and are well trained to handle the most severe bio-hazards promptly, professionally, and discreetly.


Our company began providing these specialized services in 2009 because of a need recognized for the Quad-Cities community who had no one to turn to when faced with the aftermath of a traumatic death or crime scene. We have established experience in the cleaning, containing, removal and transportation of potentially infectious waste. By utilizing our professional services, you eliminate the likelihood of re-traumatizing family, friends or co-workers and we are sensitive, and trained to restore peace of mind when tragedy strikes.

Bio-hazardous waste or blood borne pathogens are defined as infectious agents or hazardous biological materials that present a risk or potential risk to the health of humans, animals or the environment. The risk can either be direct through infection or indirect through damage to the environment.


Potentially Infectious Materials (types of bio-hazards):

  • Body Fluids are the most common types of bio-hazards and include blood, urine and fecal matter.
  • Contaminated Materials are items contaminated with bodily fluids including unfixed tissue/organ, sharps (needles, etc) and microbiological wastes.

OSHA regulation (29 CFR 1910.1030) defines blood borne pathogens as pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans.