Removing low level bio-hazards
Low-level bio-hazards are those which pose a minimal threat to both humans and the environment which can be relatively easily dealt with. These would include e-coli, canine hepatitis and chicken pox.
The bio-hazards we are most familiar with as being dangerous in the UK are those which are highly infectious and can cause severe illness or death. They are frequently transmitted through direct contact with infected materials which includes Salmonella, HIV and Hepatitis B & C. It is these, in particular, which pose the greatest risk to our health and wellbeing as they are spread through poor hygiene and the irresponsible use of/discarding of drug-related paraphernalia often left by squatters.