Bio-One of St. Charles decontamination and biohazard cleaning services


May 31, 2018
Bio-One Shines Above All Competitors

Bio-One takes pride in going above and beyond for clients on a daily basis. We strive to be better than our competitors and it comes easy to us. Those of us who open Bio-One offices are buying into a franchise that focuses on Helping First, Business Second. Helping First, Business Second is not only our […]

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May 24, 2018
First Officer Awarded a Bio-One Franchise!

Bio-One Inc. is proud to announce Jonathon Ley, Police Officer/Constable from Killingly Police Department, CT is the winner of our Bio-One Backs The Blue Campaign. After reviewing submissions of worthy officers from all over the country, Jonathon rose to the top as our first officer receiving a Bio-One franchise! Congratulations Jonathon! If you would like more information […]

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May 22, 2018
Our All Star Technicians

Author: Megan and Amanda Boccardi I have to blog today about our all star technicians we are so fortunate to have working with us. As any business owner knows, good help is so hard to find. Employees can be lazy, unreliable, complacent, unappreciative, and a little too comfortable with their employer and with their job […]

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May 17, 2018
Helping The Community

When you choose somewhere you to live, you don't just look at the house you want to buy. You look at the community, the people, the resoures, and systems in place. Our communities are the people we live around. They are the libraries, recreation centers, and schools. A community provides us with things to do, […]

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May 15, 2018
Police Week - Back the Thin Blue Line

Author: Megan and Amanda Boccardi Working for the "man" in the corporate world with deadlines and goals to reach, stress can grow on an individual to the point of dreading the idea of coming into work. Work is supposed to be fun and challenging, but for many work becomes mundane and boring to the point […]

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May 10, 2018
Suicide Rates Increase In Spring and Fall

Many people think suicide rates increase during the winter holidays. This still happens, however, CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics reports that the suicide rate is, in fact, the lowest in December. The rate peaks in the spring and the fall. While there are varying factors for why this happens, what we need to focus on is keeping in […]

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May 9, 2018
Warm Weather Effects

Author: Megan and Amanda Boccardi Remember me saying (a couple times) that warm weather equals busy season for Bio-One? And do you remember what jobs are more prominent in warmer weather? If not, I will refresh your memory. Decompositions , also known as Undiscovered Deaths, and Hoarding projects are more common and frequent during the […]

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May 1, 2018
May Is Mental Health Month

Mental health is an important and crucial element to your well-being that sometimes gets overlooked. We are often taught how to take care of our bodies but what about our minds? This is what controls all of the functions in our bodies, tells us when to eat, when to sleep, and releases all the hormones […]

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April 27, 2018
National Pay It Forward Day

April 28th Is National Pay It Forward Day Paying it forward is that idea that when someone does someting nice for you, you turn around and do something nice for someone else. Maybe someone offered you the parking space they were waiting on or helped you carry some heavy groceries. Your goal is to now […]

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