Why On Call Bio Maryland?

On Call Bio Maryland is a fully-licensed, bonded, and insured company specializing in the remediation and decontamination of crime and accident scenes, hoarding situations, and contaminated buildings. 100% of the work we do involves blood and body fluid cleanup, urine and feces remediation, decontamination of diseases like C-Diff or MRSA, hoarding and gross filth cleanup, medical waste disposal, and other specialized cleaning projects.

Doing this type of work correctly and professionally requires both knowledge and experience. On Call Bio Maryland offers both. Our supervisors have OSHA training to keep both our customers and our employees safe. All employees follow strict safety procedures and receive training on effective cleaning processes and tools. Our teams discuss each scene prior to beginning work to ensure that everyone understands the situation and any specific customer considerations or requests.

On Call Bio Maryland employs caring and compassionate individuals whose priority is to help! We strive to make the difficult situations in which we work just a little bit easier for our customers. We take pride in the compliments our team receives, not just for the quality of our work but for the kind and polite way we interact.

For the safety of our clients, our employees, and the environment, On Call Bio Maryland is:

  • Licensed for Infectious Waste Transport by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources
  • Trained in Bloodborne Pathogen safety
  • Insured and bonded

Over the years, On Call Bio Maryland has worked with many private and governmental organizations, including:

  • Baltimore Police Department and Police Chaplains
  • Washington D.C. Police Department
  • St. Mary’s County Aging and Disability Resource Center
  • Montgomery County Department of Neighborhood Services
  • Prince George’s County Aldermen
  • The Salvation Army
  • Somerset Police Department
  • Silver Spring Police Department
  • Germantown Police Department
  • Chesapeake Bay Police Department
  • Anne Arundel County Chaplains
  • Howard County Chaplains
  • Harford County Housing Authority
  • Frederick County Housing Authority
  • Baltimore City Housing Authority
  • Catholic Charities Hoarding Intervention and Treatment Program
  • Columbia Hoarding Taskforce
  • Multiple Funeral Homes, Nursing Homes and Rehabilitation Centers, Property Managers, and Landlords
  • Professional Organizers