at 111-2071 Kingsway Avenue, Port Coquitlam, V3N0C6 Canada
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As the founder and owner of this amazing company, I just want to send a big shout out to the BEST staff/ team we have ever had! We are the best because YOU are the best! I care about all of you individually and although we are rapidly growing, you will never ever be a number! Lets make Bio Solutions Inc the best place to work in 2015!! I appreciate each and every one of you so much and thank you for all your hard work in 2014!! Beatrice Sallis
The team at Bio Solutions Inc. wishes everyone a safe, peaceful and fabulous 2014! Happy New Year everyone!
A testimonial we got: Hello, It is so rare to find a company (especially in home renovations or restorations that provides such amazing service like we got from Bio Solutions! You gave us the time you would be here (not a 2 or 6 hour window), your mould project manager was so polite and professional AND rather than scare us (like the last company did) you reassured us that the mould was not harmful and saved us THOUSANDS of dollars. I would highly recommend Bio Solutions to all my friends and family and thank you again Debbie and Mike H
Franchises soon to be available-August 2013 all areas throughout BC!
What car thieves leave behind As dirty jobs go, it's one of the dirtiest -- finding and removing used needles, dried blood and other bodily fluids left by thieves in the dozens of cars stolen every day in B.C. By The Vancouver Sun Story Photos ( 1 ) What car thieves leave behind As dirty jobs go, it's one of the dirtiest -- finding and removing used needles, dried blood and other bodily fluids left by thieves in the dozens of cars stolen every day in B.C. "Out of 59 cars in the last couple of days, eight had blood, five had needles, two had crack pipes, and we found 19 bags of marijuana," says Beatrice Sallis, business manager for a Maple Ridge company that cleans up stolen cars before they are returned to their owners. "These the the typical items we find every single day." Drug addiction and car theft go hand-in-hand, and with some hard-core thieves stealing 10 or more cars a day, the detritus of drug use and sex in stolen cars is a daily fact of life for the cleaners at BioSolutions Inc.. Sallis says appearances can be deceiving. "Thieves will actually use needles and crystal meth, and they'll leave the aftermath, but take some of the paraphernalia with them, so it is almost disguised to look safe." Some thieves will even booby-trap cars they abandon. "Sometimes, they actually stash the needles in the sun visors. When the insurer or estimator or appraiser sits in the seat and pulls down the visor, the needle falls down and pricks them." Headliners stained with blood-sprays from spurting arteries are the most common calling card of car thieves, she says, adding hepatitis can remain infectious in dried blood for as long as 14 days. She said BioSolutions has annual revenues of between $1 million and $2 million, and opened offices in several Okanagan cities last year at the request of insurers, who need to ensure their clients' cars are safe before they return them after a theft. Sallis was in the New Westminster salvage yard of the Insurance Corporation of B.C. on Tuesday for the launch of Auto Crime Month, as February has been dubbed by ICBC. In 2004, the most recent year for available statistics, 64 vehicles were stolen every day in B.C., while 112 were broken into and 74 were vandalized. The cost to ICBC was in excess of $138 million -- more than $50 per policy-holder. "We need the help of everyone who has a vehicle to be aware of the problem and protect themselves from theft wherever possible," provincial Solicitor-General John Les told a small crowd of media, law-enforcement officials and insurance executives. Les noted high-profile initiatives like the bait-car program, along with publicity campaigns like the Top 10 Most Wanted Car Thieves, have been effective in the past. The bait-car program, in which police park cars with remote-control ignition systems in high-crime areas and watch for thieves to steal them, reduced car-theft statistics by 15 per cent in the Lower Mainland, 42 per cent in Victoria and 33 per cent in Nanaimo. The program was recently extended to several Okanagan cities. However, Cpl. Tim Shields of the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team noted auto theft is still a widespread and violent crime. Auto thieves claimed 12 lives in theft-related crashes in B.C. last year, as well as injuring 128 people. "While they're behind the wheel of that stolen vehicle, they are operating a four-thousand or five-thousand-pound speeding bullet, usually while under the influence of hard drugs like crystal meth," Shields said. The latest high-profile victim was Vancouver police dog Nitro, who was crushed by a train last week while attempting to catch a car thief. Nitro is featured in a bus-shelter poster that will be posted around the province this month. Shields said drivers of the 10 cars most frequently stolen have an "obligation to go out and get an anti-theft device, especially an immobilizer" installed in their vehicles. Immobilizers shut down starters or ignitions to prevent thieves from hot-wiring the vehicle, and can only be activated by laser-encrypted keys, fingerprints or number codes. Mark Withenshaw, vice-president of loss management for ICBC, said after-market immobilizers can be installed for $200 to $225. He added immobilizers will be required by law as standard manufacturer's equipment for all new-model light trucks and cars, starting in 2007. firstname.lastname@example.org © (c) CanWest MediaWorks Publications Inc.
Bio Solutions Inc. has been serving the Vancouver area for over 20 years, since 1997, and the Kelowna/Okanagan for over 12 years.
Recently Expanded to Vancouver Island in 2018!
In fact, we don’t just follow industry standards, we wrote them and have been continually improving on them ever since.
We offer a wide range of services.
- Our ERT department specialise in Crime , Trauma , Homicide , Suicide and Unattended Death clean up.
- Our Mold Department offers Mold Inspections , Mold Testing , and Mold Remediation .
Think you have Black Mold?
They can help!
- Our Extreme Cleaning Department can handle any size Hoarding problem, Rodent or Human feces/fluid clean up, and much more
- We also offer a Sharps pickup and disposal
Our expertly trained and compassionate staff are here to help
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A true pioneer and provider of Bio-Hazard remediation services in BC since 1997.
Our Services are consumed by private individuals, Provincial insurance corporations, RCMP, Municipal Police Departments, Body Shops, Restoration Companies and more...
Affordable expertise 24/7 remediating the evidence of risk or drama from locations where Bio Hazardous trauma occurs.
Special rates apply for persons requiring victim services support.
How to remediate (clean and remove) it from your home, car, camper or exterior location?
We're the longest-standing biohazard inspection and remediation company in the industry, serving our esteemed clientele since 1997.
We pioneered the Canadian industry standards in biohazard recovery and continue to improve on those standards.
We offer a wide range of services, from crime and trauma scene clean-up and stolen recovery clean-up to mold inspection and remediation, hoarding, and extreme cleaning.
We provide extensive training to each of our Safety Technicians and we're always searching for the most effective and environmentally-friendly products for a cleaner, safer tomorrow.