Crime Scene Clean-Up

Our Crime Scene Clean-up Services:

crime scene blood afterMicrotech Environmental Services Corp. provides meticulous and thorough crime scene clean-up (CSCU).

We treat, decontaminate, clean, package, and remove the aftermath.

  • Decomposing body (decom)
    • Blood (serum, plasma, etc.)
    • Body parts (organs, tissue, bones, skin, appendages, etc.)
    • Bodily fluids (saliva, breast milk, vomit, tears, sweat, nasal secretions, sputum, urine, feces, etc.)
  • Tear gas
  • Hoarding clutter
  • First responder vehicles (ambulance, police squad car, fire truck, etc.)

Since 1992, Microtech has become the leader in biohazard and toxic hazardous waste cleanup in the Metro New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut area.

Our Crime Scene Cleaners have undergone specialized crime scene clean-up training and certification (e.g. “OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens 29 CFR 1910.1030″, “Cleaning Biological Contamination in the age of Ebola”, etc.).

We restore the area to a safe, clean environment.

Cleaning Process:

After the medical examiner is finished, our crime scene cleaners (technicians) decontaminate the area. The process usually takes 3 hours to 2 days to complete (massacres can take weeks), depending on whether it is surface cleaning without blood or extreme cleaning with blood, bodily fluids, organs, tissue, and/or waste.


  • Set up a control room
  • Clean up anything that might have blood, bodily fluids, body parts, tear gas
  • Package the items in biohazard containers
  • Remove the biohazard waste
  • Sanitize
  • ATP Test (adenosine triphosphate) is used to determine if there is any residual blood (the testing equipment is hospital-grade with fluorescence)
  • Deodorize and filter air

Required Tools:

  • Control room
  • PPE (personal protective equipment): HazMat suit, respirator, etc.
  • Biohazard containers
  • Rags, tongs, and other tools
  • Vacuum (HEPA)
  • Disinfectant
  • ATP or blood detection substance (e.g. Luminol)
  • Ozone generator (odor eliminator)
  • Air Purification System with HEPA filtration (restores IAQ / Indoor Air Quality)

Victim’s Compensation:

Business or homeowner’s insurance may cover the costs (check your policy first). If none or only some is covered, the Office of Victim Services (OVS) could possibly help with the rest of your cleanup cost.

Office of Victim Services (OVC) Cleanup Assistance*:

*Compensation amount is subject to change. Check with your state’s office.

Cause of Death:

  • Trauma: homicides (murder), mass trauma, suicides, stabbings, shootings, terrorist bombings, hate crimes, massacres, unattended death, assault (sexual, robbery), aggravated battery, burn victims, hoarding, car accident (hit and run, DUI, DWI), drowning, industrial accidents, etc.
  • Natural Death (nature death): illness, old age and could be prolonged (end of life choices or sudden).


Local mortuary, morgue, funeral home, jail, homicide department, district attorney’s office, forensic, crime scene investigator, law enforcement, coroner (police & fire), medical examiner, fire department, public service agency (government, military), hotel, motel, commercial building, landlord, and victim’s family.

Crime Scene Clean-up:

This is also known as Biohazard Cleanup, Extreme Cleaning, Blood Clean-up, Aftermath Cleanup, CTS decon (Crime and Trauma Scene Decontamination), Trauma Scene Cleanup, Unattended Death Clean-up, Accident Scene Cleanup, Police Squad Car Cleanup, Tear Gas Cleanup.