The primary method for remediation is the physical removal and appropriate disposal of human blood, body fluids, and OPIM contamination. The contamination should be physically extracted from the structure, systems, and contents whenever feasible. When physical removal is not possible or practical, decontamination through cleaning and the use of an antimicrobial (biocide) should be carried out to the extent possible, followed by encapsulation. Items or structures that cannot be cleaned or encapsulated should be removed and transported to a regulated waste processing facility. Remediated structures, systems, and items can be considered clean (post-remediation assessment) when contamination, irreparably contaminated materials, and debris have been removed, and surfaces are visibly clean. Remediated areas are expected to be visually clean and free from foul odors.