Only California and Florida require crime-scene cleanup businesses to obtain permits before handling hazardous materials such as blood, body parts and other bodily fluids. In California, this permit is known as a Trauma Scene Waste Management Practitioner, while in Florida entrepreneurs must obtain a Biomedical Waste Transporter Registration permit. In each state, the department of public health's medical waste management program is the place to begin the application process. Application fees range from $85 in Florida to $200 in California at the time of publication, and permits must be renewed annually.recovery technician wishes to receive formal training before opening his business, schooling can be obtained at one of several privately owned crime-scene cleanup schools around the country. These schools offer certificates of completion in hazardous workplace situations such as blood-borne pathogens and respiratory protection.