Company of the Month: Alabama Bio-Clean
Monday, January 7, 2019
A new year, means 12 new ABRA certified companies to spotlight! To kick off January, we spoke with Stuart Frandsen, the Owner of Alabama Bio-Clean INC., to learn more about his experience as an ABRA certified company. Alabama Bio-Clean has been dedicated to serving the entire state of Alabama in crisis and biohazard cleanup business since 2009, and prides itself on its outstanding service, compassionate care, uncompromised discretion, and their attention to detail.
Alabama Bio-Clean Services:
· Crime Scenes
· Accident Scenes
· Decomposed Body Scenes
Drug Lab Cleanup
· Clandestine Drug Lab Decontamination
· Removal, Cleanup, and Sanitation
· Gross Filth Cleaning and Sanitizing
· Removal of Biohazardous Materials following an industrial or vehicular accident
Sewer Leak Cleanup
· Cleanup following a sewer backup or leak
· Sanitizing and Decontamination services for:
o Law Enforcement
o Health Facilities
How long have you been involved with ABRA, and what was your driving factor to join the association?
Stuart Frandsen first became involved with ABRA three years ago in the hopes of developing both himself and his company, Alabama Bio-Clean INC., further professionally.
How has your experience been working with the association thus far?
Frandsen has seen a positive outcome since joining ABRA back in 2015. Not only does the association allow for great networking opportunities, but it allows for companies and individuals alike to always have an opportunity to learn more and make new connections. Due to the variety of backgrounds, locations, and experience levels of the ABRA members, there is an extensive knowledge base that individuals can pull from and reach out to at any point in time.
In your opinion, why should other companies look into joining the association?
People and companies should join the association to advance their abilities professionally. Networking among some of the best people in the trade can genuinely help you expand your depth in the field of biological decontamination.