BioTechs Welcomes Two New Employees

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BioTechs introduces new employees Jimmy Marin and Cezar Trinidad.

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We Are Here So The Healing Can Begin.

BioTechs recently welcomed two new employees to its ranks.

Jimmy Marin will be managing the business operations and logistics for BioTechs. He is also OSHA certified and trained as a Level 1 biohazard technician.

Cezar Trinidad is a highly-trained and certified Level 1 biohazard technician assisting families in their time of need.

Both employees are great assets to the BioTechs' family and bring compassion along with their skills to assist each family they encounter, said owner Audrey Trinidad.

BioTechs, a crime and trauma scene cleaning company, demands professionalism from all its employees and therefore employs firefighters, law enforcement personnel, and emergency medical technicians. They realize that it’s never easy to lose a loved one by any means, let alone one that requires a clean-up of the scene. Their professional services and products allow them to handle the toughest of clean-ups, including ones requiring removal of bio-hazard materials. They adhere to all OSHA guidelines and the Code of Federal Regulations when performing clean-up services. BioTechs also gives back to the community through participating in donation drives, first responder sports team sponsorships, as well as becoming involved in many charities and events benefitting children with disabilities. They are lifetime members of the 100 Club, which raises money for the families of officers killed in the line of duty.

For more information about BioTechs, please visit their website at, or call 210-585-2456.

About the Company
BioTechs was founded in 2001 by Audrey Trinidad after her husband, a police officer, saw first-hand the emotional strain families endured when faced with cleaning the scene of a loved one. The lead technicians have been employed since the company was founded. They have obtained extensive training in the crime scene cleaning industry to include passing the American Bio-Recovery Association national certification test to become certified bio-recovery technicians.

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