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We are committed to using environmentally friendly chemicals and safe cleaning methods.

Founded in 2009, Bioclean Disaster Services is the only company in Lloydminster that uses only organic and eco-friendly chemicals. Currently there is no requirement in Canada for disaster restoration companies to tell you about the health and environmental hazards associated with the cleaning chemicals used in your home. Some common cleaning chemicals used in disaster restoration are poisonous, corrosive and known irritants. Though some companies do occasionally use some types of organic cleaning products, Bioclean Disaster Services is committed to using only eco-friendly products when cleaning your home and your personal belongings.


When a chemical is used it can linger in the air and on surfaces. These chemicals may include: ammonia, MEA DEA or TEA, and phosphates. That is only a portion of chemicals that may be used in stain removers, carpet cleaners, surface degreasers, disinfecting surfaces, and deodorizers. Lab tests have shown that the above chemicals have been known to cause issues such as asthma, reproductive problems, blood disorders and even cancer.

Eco-friendly or synthetic?

We choose eco-friendly.


Bioclean Disaster Services is committed to keeping our certification up to date to ensure that our cleaning and restoration standards meet industry standards.

Bioclean Disaster Services employees are certified in the following:
The IICRC for:

Applied Microbial Remediation Technician (AMRT)
Applied Structural Drying Technician (ASD)
Carpet Cleaning Technician (CCT)
Color Repair Technician (CRT)
Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician (FSRT)
Health and Safety Technician (HST)
Odor Control Technician (OCT)
Rug Cleaning Technician (RCT)
Upholstery and Fabric Cleaning Technician (UFT)
Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT)

The IICRC certification designations for:

Journeyman Textile Cleaner (JTC)
Journeyman Fire & Smoke Restorer (JSR)
Journeyman Water Restorer (JWR)
Master Textile Cleaner (JTC)
Master Fire & Smoke Restorer (JSR)
Master Water Restorer (JWR)

The Albertan and Canadian Governments for:

Occupation Health and Safety For The Asbestos Worker
Emergency First Aid – CPR and AED
WHMIS 2015

The American Bio-Recovery Association for:

Crime and Trauma Scene Biorecovery Technician Course
Bloodborne Pathogens Training


Biroclean Disaster Services is committed to recycling damaged building materials and contents in Lloydminster, Wainwright, Vermilion, Cold Lake, Bonnyville, and the surrounding area.

Disaster cleanup contributes millions of tonnes of waste to our landfills. Bioclean Disaster Services is committed to recycling damaged building materials and contents where possible. Glass, metal, plastics, organics, wood - all of these items are found in your home and can be recycled after a disaster cleanup. Some damaged contents might not be restored to your satisfaction, but often these items can be re-purposed and re-used rather than disposing in a landfill. This is an investment not only in our community but also in everyone’s shared environment. We also feel there is still more to accomplish. We will continue to find partners and methods to increase recycling awareness in our industry.