Los Angeles County Feces Cleanup Information Service

Los Angeles County feces cleanup services available every day. Call at any time for professional feces cleanup. I'm Eddie Evans and I've been in the infectious waste business for 15 years.

Los Angeles County feces cleanup services available every day. Call at any time for professional feces cleanup. I'm Eddie Evans and I've been in the infectious waste business for 15 years.

I work throughout Southern California, including Los Angeles County.

I try to price my service as an affordable, professional cleaning experience for my clients.

I remove feces from dwellings that may include homes, businesses, and even factories.

Please keep in mind that feces is infectious waste and as such harbors dangerous germs and viruses. Over 6,000 known viruses reside in human feces, for example. Bird poop harbors influenza viruses of the worse type.

Feces Cleanup Service

What I do:

  • I guarantee my work.
  • I guarantee my price.
  • I view the scene.
  • I clean bathrooms.
  • I remove feces from floors.
  • I remove feces from walls and appliances
  • I remove bags containing feces from the premises.
  • I disinfect.
  • I reclean floors by scrubbing, rinsing, and disinfecting.

Each call received by this biohazard cleaner receives the fastest service that a single owner - cleaner can offer. Feces, too, carries the designation of "infectious waste." Feces cleanup remains a hazard for this professional cleaner as well as others.

Perhaps not a biohazard, infectious waste of the feces sort causes illness and death for many people every year. For this reason I clean as well as possible while protecting myself. No one wants to pay for a ;massive feces cleanup and then have their home smell like death warmed over.

Stool is a common term normally used in reference to human feces. For example, in medicine to diagnose the presence or absence of a medical condition, a stool sample is sometimes requested for testing purposes. The term "stool" can also be used for that of non-human species. In all, stool serves our medical community quite well when it comes to deadly outcomes of fecal matter gone wild -- Feces cleanup for diarrhea follows, but with much more risk than feces cleanup for simple feces buildup for whatever other reasons.

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Fees

I have a $250 Los Angeles County service charge, which is negotiable depending upon demands for my service, distance to feces work, working conditions, and more. This fee includes the first hour of labor. After the first hour I charge $40 per hour and work for 6 hours at most per day. I choose 6 hours max to work because I know that after 6 hours results begin to diminish. It's not just me, but cleaners in general. If you've ever hired a carpet cleaner late in the day you know that your cleaner has worn out. Many people learn to hire carpet cleaners for early morning work as a result.

I can charge by the hour or the job. I include the cost of cleaning solutions, disinfectants, tools and equipment in my price.

My prices vary depending upon distances to Los Angeles County's work sites. I've traveled to Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico for feces cleanup work. These assignments were unusually large project, which justified my time and travel expenses.

Like any other business, my fees reflect the cost of staying in business plus a profit. My prices remain lower than a Los Angeles County maid service with two maids charges, and they will not do this type of work.

The answer lies outside their apartment or home. Tell someone nearby that we cleanup poop for a living and their response turns to a horrific stare. "How can you?"

In light of these responses, the odors, the time, the materials, years of experience and expertise, yes, I must charge a decent fee suitable for a biohazard cleanup practitioner .Besides, feces exposes the cleaner to any number of disease baring bacteria and most often poor working conditions.

We no longer have chambermaids at work doing feces cleanup, except of course for Los Angeles County's mothers and fathers involved in changing baby diapers and caretakers working with the sick and dying. Others involved in feces cleanup, like me, Eddie Evans, carry a labels known as biohazard cleanup practitioners.

It happened that feces cleanup came into my business repertoire because of Sheriff employees' fraud. They send families of the dead to corrupt poop cleanup companies. These feces cleanup companies also do poop cleanup work; they must because sometimes a death cleanup entails poop cleanup as well. But they cannot do poop cleanup nearly as well or as cheaply as I do.

We earn money at this task because today, poop cleanup carries a social stigma. Jokingly sharing this task in a group of friendly joke tellers leads to serious laughter. See what response you get. "How could they!" So there's a social stigma attached to the feces cleanup business; imagine that this work must have some influence over one's self-esteem.

Remember the Jackie Gleason Honeymooner's and Fred's role as a sewer worker, "waste management engineer"? Groups nationwide laughed every week as the Gleasons poked fun Fred's role in the field of feces cleanup. Los Angeles County has its own Gleasons.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Honeymooners

 

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Metabolic Waste

Readers might care to know about the origins of the word feces. It originated in the Latin and means "dregs." Other words used in their English variations for human feces sound like shit, crap, poo, poop, and doodoo. Guano, dung, scat, spor, droppings, and pads are used for non-human feces. For Los Angeles Countys, feces works fine.

We hear the word stool when in a medical setting. Stool serves us as a laboratory substance for diagnosing disease and problems with our origins. Medical science has proven that simply by analyzing our stool that our general health becomes known because it's the testicle samples in the past. So these days many of us are requested to give a stool sample at least once a year. Among the elderly this is common practice.

the term stool arose from the use of a short-legged piece of furniture used to reseals one's fecal matter into a pot below. Among the more advantaged members of society, these stool pots were made of brass, ceramic, and other expensive materials. Often times artful designs articulated an elaborate display of classical images.

For the less fortunate, assuming that a stool came into their possession, feces made its way into a wooden bucket at the bottom of a family stool. Most often during the days of stool us for feces control, poor people went outdoors where they pooped in the nearest, most user friendly area; more though, their stool often served as manure for crop fertilizing.

In feces use as a Los Angeles County fertilizer, the term stool derives from the noun stool of ease or close stool for pooping; a piece of Los Angeles County furniture enclosed a ceramic chamber pot; these were used night and day; a lid on top helped with feces' odors. That's how the ruling classes of Western Civilization for hundreds of years. Los Angeles County has no ruling class in these terms.

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Chambermaid Feces Cleanup

As the monarchies emerged as the dominant political structure in the middle-ages, chambermaids came into existence. With the monarchies and the generations to follow within their political structures, rock fortresses, castles, grew across the European and British Isles. Kings and queens lived in their tidy chambers with guards abounding and chambermaids too, both essential. Chamber maids were  woman or girls indentured or privileged to share the ruling class's comfortable living conditions. Their rent they paid by feces cleanup among other chores.

A primary duty, probably their only duty in large families, feces cleanup meant retrieving and emptying the family chamber pots -- "honey pots" to some. Feces dropped into large outdoor containers for transportation to fields for fertilizer. In some cases this feces piled up outdoors. Poop cleanup sometimes required paid feces transfer companies. In Paris, they were known as AAAAAAA.

Poop cleanup became a field of cultural change as chambermaids sought relief for their feces soiled shoes. Entrepreneurs began making higher heels for the chambermaids' shoes. Feces cleanup became less disgusting, but it remained feces cleanup, nonetheless. Eventually their shows became known as "high heels" as they made their way among princely pies of royal poop.

Today's Los Angeles County high heels have no such connection to feces cleanup, as far as known by this writer; although, I do know that a good, highly laced set of impermeable, steel-toed boots serve well enough for feces cleanup. Known as feces cleanup boots in my house, they remain outdoors where feces piles would have grown in the days of castles and honey pots.

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Feces Odor

 

Few of us fail noticing the distinctive odor of human feces means someone has a sinus issue. We know when it's close; we know when it's fresh, and we know what we need a Los Angeles County feces cleanup now, not later. In the mid-19th century in both London and Paris, feces cleanup became a big story.

Today, we know that in our grade schools the rest rooms are often smeared with fecal matter. In such cases janitorial staff are called to the rest room for this feces cleanup task. It's not a well known story.

Feces cleanup in a public rest room sometimes shows evidence of a childhood deviant behavior. I suppose a Freudian would call this some sort of a annual complex; I mean when a child smears their own feces on walls doors and mirrors they have some sort of annual complex. If nothing else they're sharing their sense of frustration and rage in their current environmental situation, your environmental social situation, that is.

Poop odors arises from bacterial actions. We have Flora in our stomach which we call gut flora. It produces compounds in Nice compounds release inorganic gases known as hydrogen sulfide.

If you recognize this hydrogen sulfide near a death scene, there's a good reason for it. We also find this hydrogen sulfide odor on death scenes where somebody has decomposed. Naturally we understand that this hydrogen sulfide order arose from gut flora decomposition.

Often times during feces cleanup we can tell that the depositing body consumed heavy spices, which add to the power of feces odors.

We perceive feces odors as bad odors. We understand that sonic illnesses like diarrhea may arise from fecal matter distribution in restaurants, fast food businesses, and all too often in delicatessens. We know too that there are over 6000 viruses in human feces. So we perceive fecal matter orders as dangerous and we should. Now we can contrast human fecal orders with other animals poop odors. For example the odor of bird poop becomes most offensive to us when bird urine has mixed into a large pile of bird poop over a prolonged period of time. We know to that animals attracted to the fecal order may in fact consume feces.

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Studies on communities living around such farms have indicated individuals exposed to the odors and emissions from around the lagoons have more respiratory complaints and increased asthma symptoms. Moreover, when hogs are raised in crowded environments in industrial-scale farms they require greater quantities of antibiotics to promote growth and compensate for unsanitary conditions. That antibiotic use is linked with increased antibiotic resistance in humans.

according to the company, produced an average of 1,100 to 1,300 liters of manure during its lifetime (including the water used to push the pig feces into pits below their pens).

We know that many species of beetle, known as dung beetles, consume elephant and herbivore feces worldwide. In fact, at one time Australian farmers imported African dung beetles to plant on their ranch ranges because there were no native dung beetles to consume the imported beef cattle feces pads. These beetles expertly bore into and begin consuming feces at an alarming rate. Some species of dung beetle present a shocking experience to those new to the world of feces consuming beetles.

A fatal, Alzheimer's-like disease that attacks cheetahs' internal organs and has impeded breeding of the cats in captivity may be spread by their feces. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/feces-may-transmit-cheetah-disease/

Thanks to inbreeding, cheetahs have greater susceptibility to diseases such as AA amyloidosis, which is among a group of disorders characterized by the accumulation tangles of manifolded protein called amyloid fibrils. . . . Researchers had found that amyloid-laden tissues from dead cheetahs could transmit the disease to mice, but they didn't know whether cheetahs might be passing amyloid amongst themselves.

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Diarrhea

Diarrhea leads to one type of feces cleanup or another. Either the diarrhea victim cleans or someone else cleans. In extreme situations, a professional cleaner that has expertise in infectious waist cleanup comes to mind.

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Curing Deadly Diarrhea

Leave it to science when it comes to using high technology on a simple substance like feces and diarrhea cleanup. So enters a trial bacteria and friendly fecal bacteria in the fight against C. difficile.

A deadly bacteria known as C. difficile bacteria causes diarrhea leading to feces cleanup for some 500,000 of us yearly. Of this number, about 15,000 die every year. Uncontrollable diarrhea caused by infection with Clostridium difficile. Uncontrollable diarrhea often kills tens of thousands of infants worldwide each year.

Living our environment and even in our bodies. But in our bodies we have natural for or natural bacteria to protect our bodies. The problem is that when C. difficile receives aid and comfort from external sources in our environment, its population grows on check.

It's toxins reproduce quickly and as a bacteria that cause inflammation and cell death. This leads to explosive conditions within as we all know. Left unchecked, it leads to a severe dehydration. Even kidney failure can follow holes in our intestines and death ensues.

Now, we have a lead on controlling these conditions by increasing failed stomach flora, friendly feces bacteria, with toy-like structures. The size of microorganisms, medical researchers designed. Robo-gut to create a ‘super-probiotic’ stool substitute.

So there's hope, but first much more feces cleanup must occur and many thousands of hours of diarrhea must pass for millions of us struck by diarrhea. (return)

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Feces Composition

A chart follows listing the inert properties of feces. This means the part of feces that make it what it is, its essence. We do not find the biological specimens or ecological relationships in these material properties.

Of concern to this writer and others with a concern about feces as a biologically infectious material belongs to the life sciences categories; most importantly, microorganisms studied by microbiologists give us a better idea of the biology and ecology of feces.

Feces Basic Chemistry

We would be sorely mistaken to suppose that the below list of feces' components create the entire list of elements present in human feces. When it comes to feces cleanup, keep in mind that there are real living microorganisms numbering in the hundreds of millions in feces. Any number of these bacteria or viruses may harbor infectious properties. Just the same, it does not hurt to take a quick look at the stuff making up the basic building blocks of feces, its chemistry.

Keep in mind that microorganisms change the acidic and alkaline levels within the body. Chemicals change and the components of fecal matter must change to some degree too. Therefore, the below list is feces without influences from the chemical changes brought about by bacteria consumption and excretion.

See my feces cleanup narrative for more about feces cleanup by governments. There's more on my Burbank page. I also have page for Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, and San Diego County.

Agoura Hill
Los Angeles County
Arcadia
Artesia
Avalon
Azusa
Baldwin Park
Bell Gardens
Bell
Bellflower
Beverly Hills
Bradbury
Burbank
Calabasas
Carson
Cerritos
Claremont
Commerce
Covina
Cudahy
Culver City
Diamond Bar

Downey
Duarte
El Monte
El Segundo
Gardena
Glendale
Glendora
Hawaiian Gardens
Hawthorne
Hermosa Beach
Hidden Hills
Huntington Park
Industry
Inglewood
Irwindale
La Cañada Flintridge
La Habra Heights
La Mirada
La Puente
La Verne
Lakewood
Lancaster
Lawndale
Lomita
Long Beach
Los Angeles City began its feces cleanup program late in the 19th century after years of neglect. As the city grew, its feces often slowed into makeshift sewers adjoining homes. Los Angeles County's homeless population remains at risk.
Lynwood
Malibu
Manhattan Beach
Maywood
Monrovia
Montebello
Monterey Park
Norwalk
Palmdale
Palos Verdes Estates
Paramount
Pasadena
Pico Rivera
Pomona
Rancho Palos Verdes
Redondo Beach
Rolling Hills Estates
Rolling Hills
Rosemead
San Dimas
San Fernando
San Gabriel
San Marino
Santa Clarita
Santa Fe Springs
Santa Monica
Sierra Madre
Signal Hill
South Gate

Stevenson Ranch
Temple City
Torrance
Vernon
Walnut

Westmont

Walnut Park
West Covina
West Hollywood
Westlake Village
Whittier

 

Narrative

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