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Atlanta, GA, United States, 2008/06/25 - North Georgia based Advanced Bio-Treatment, Inc. launches new media centered first responder program to reach out to law enforcement personnel, emergency medical techs, fire fighters, paramedics and coroners across the Fulton-DeKalb metro.
Until Samuel Jackson’s film “Cleaner” hit theaters last year, most folks were under the impression that the police were responsible for cleaning things up in the wake of a crime, a suicide or an accident. Now, at least a few film fans know that isn’t the case. The sad duty that’s arraigning for a crime scene’s cleanup generally falls to landlords and homeowners; the work itself is up to professionals like the team at North Georgia based Advanced Bio-Treatment – and fortunately, most homeowners’ insurance policies cover the costs of sterilization and decontamination services.
Even so, the problem that presents to emergency clean up and remediation firms like ABT is pretty daunting …The people most likely to find themselves in need of their trauma cleanup services are the least likely people to know those services exist and the most likely to be offended by some kind of late night advert telling them they do exists. That leaves first responders – law enforcement officers and EMTs – who typically refer trauma, disaster and bio-hazard removal companies to landlords and homeowners. So today, ABT announced a program to reach out to them.
Their first responder program will reach out to law enforcement personnel, emergency medical techs, fire fighters and other interested professionals across the Fulton-DeKalb Metro via the Advanced Bio-Treatment website as well as a wide variety of new media outlets. It’s designed to foster relationships and generally make it easier for Fulton-DeKalb’s first responders to refer families in need to Georgia’s most reputable crime scene clean up company.
“It’s a simple matter of fact that situations that require specialized cleanup services like ours are always unpleasant and often tragic. I mean, we handle everything from clean up after a suicide, a homicide, or an accident to the kind of sterilization and remediation required after a landlord evicts a pack-rat,” offered Advanced Bio-Treatment’s Founder and President Jerry Turner. "We also depend on referrals. That means we depend on our reputation for competence, technical expertise, attention to detail and, more importantly, for empathy.”
Turner went on to say: “It may sound fancy, but our first responder outreach program is really just a tech savvy way to let police officers and emergency medical technicians in our services areas know about the impeccable reputation for caring and compassionate service we’ve worked so hard to build. We’re blessed with a talented staff of trauma and crime scene clean up technicians and administrative support personnel – we want more of Atlanta’s first responders to know that.”
About Advanced Bio Treatment, Inc.
Because the company was founded by a former police officer and insurance agency owner, the cleanup team at Atlanta’s Advanced Bio-Treatment (advancedbio-treatment.com) understands the need to provide caring and competent service in the worst possible circumstances. They know families often call on their technicians in the aftermath of a traumatic crime, accident or suicide. More importantly they act like they know it. Whether they’re called upon to cleanup a crime scene, cleanup in the wake of a friend or family member’s suicide or simply to remove, remediate and decontaminate the remains of a rodent infestation; ABT can be relied on to go about their work with both environmental and emotional needs in mind.
If you have questions, need post trauma guidance or advice, or require the trauma cleanup services they offer, please visit advanced bio-treatment dot com give ABTs team a call. They’re ready to lend a hand.