Friday, February 28, 2014

Tampa Bay “Dive Against Debris” March 15th

Bioscene Clean Up offers Florida crime, trauma, death and even suicide clean up services.  We also provide hoarding, meth-lab and biohazard clean up services in effort to keep our Tampa Bay family and friends safe and biohazard free.
As residents of Tampa Bay, we often forget about the need for clean up and debris removal from our gulf waters.  As part of an ongoing effort to protect our ocean planet, Project Aware is helping support the Tampa Bay Watch’s Great American Cleanup 2014 at the Ft Desoto Bay Pier on March 15, 2014.

These organizations are in need of volunteers for this Diving Event.  All divers should be advanced open water divers with verifiable dives of at least 15 in their log book.  You can find more information on this event at or .

As a company providing critical services for biohazard clean up in the Tampa Bay area, we appreciate the efforts of other organizations who help keep our oceans clean and safe for all to enjoy. We urge anyone, if able, to take part in this great event.

We would like to personally show our appreciation to Scott Lucci (World of Water, Incorporated), Anette Monroe (Gulfport Dive Center), and Al Jeffrey (Scuba Quest) who have graciously offered to provide tanks (or air) and dive gear for those who need it, if available.

If you find yourself in need of biohazard clean up services, please contact our office immediately to learn more about how we restore biohazard scenes to a clean, safe environment.

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