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San Bernardino County Toilet Feces Cleanout Services Narrative

My name is Eddie Evans and I on this infectious waste cleanup business. I added toilet feces cleanout services to my infectious waste cleanup service soon after becoming a biohazard cleanup practitioner in the state of California. I've cleaned out many toilets. I've cleaned feces out to toilets in houses, condominiums, apartments, business buildings, and industrial buildings. My prices reflect the cost of doing business in a small profit. If I charged any less there would be no point of being in business.

A San Bernardino County toilet feces cleanout services become necessary following a toilet clogged with feces or paper refuses to flush.

Perhaps any of the following events lead to a toilet feces clogged toilet:

  • Diapers flushed into the building's sanitary sewer clog the toilet's drain pipe;
  • Building occupants use newspaper instead of toilet paper and the newspaper or other debris becomes clogged in the toilet;
  • A vacant San Bernardino County building has its water turned off and squatters move in and use the toilet even though it doesn't flush;
  • Due to mental illness, a home's occupant fails to flush the toilet;
  • Due to mental illness, a house, apartment or condominium occupant fills a toilet as if it were a trash can. Then it cannot be flushed.

There are a number of variations on the causes for a San Bernardino County toilet becoming clogged. Most generally, too much toilet paper and low water pressure become the cause of the toilet feces cleanout service call. Even though a number of methods are used to cause the toilet pipes to clear, they have failed. San Bernardino County plumbers do not work on these toilets so long as the feces remains in the toilet bowl.

In fact, I learned to cleanout toilet bowls filled with human feces while working with a plumber. He charges $500 per toilet bowl. He lives in northern California. Most often I charge $350-$500 per toilet bowl, although I will consider reducing this price by $100 or $200 where two or more toilets are in need of toilet bowl cleanout service.

This may seem like a lot of money for a short-term service, but anyone in business will tell you that remaining in business cost a lot of money. Besides my own home upkeep, there's business insurance, vehicle insurance, biohazard cleanup insurance, janitorial insurance, and then there's the maintenance. Then count in traveling costs, costs of tools, equipment, and chemicals.

Because there are so few feces cleanup calls, it's hard to generate much income from this business. So yes, basically people are paying me, in part, for my down time. Otherwise, this service would not exist. I suppose we could look to the police department, fire department, or other civil service departments that offer a service on an as-needed basis. We pay them for their service, not their hours of labor.

Over the years I've had other add-ons to my cleaning business, besides feces cleanup; I added toilet cleanup because I found a need in San Bernardino County as elsewhere.

Among my other businesses I have included power washing, carpet cleaning, natural stone polishing, hoarding cleanup, biohazard cleanup that included homicide, suicide and unattended death cleanup.

For various reasons, San Bernardino County employees took over the biohazard cleanup business across the county. It's the same way throughout the United States.

In San Bernardino County it's the Sheriff-Coroner's department employees, just as it is the Orange County Sheriff-Coroner employees in Orange County, California as well as Orange County, Florida, and so on. This is called "cronyism" and I believe it's illegal. And yes, it's a government seizure of the free market for death cleanup services. Hence, I'm in the feces cleanup business and these people are what I call "proto-fascists."

San Bernardino County Toilet Feces Cleanup Service

What I do:

  • I arrive on time 99% of the time. I do this by leaving very early in the morning before rush hour traffic clogs the freeways.
  • I remove feces if the sanitary sewer system does not work. However, I must charge additional fees for this service. It goes best when the toilet actually works.
  • I scrub and rinse once soiled toilets and then disinfect.
  • I clean the surrounding floor and remove paper debris.
  • I also remove feces from bathtubs. See my below comments for more on bathtub feces cleanup.


Fees for San Bernardino County

There are number of conditions that may add to the cost of my toilet feces cleanout service. Conditions for work are always important in just about any type of work. It's especially so when it comes to feces cleanup work. There's really no need to explain why I must have running water, electricity for lights and power equipment, and room to move about five cleaning. I must also have physical security as well as security for my vehicles, tools, equipment, and cleaning chemicals.

Noted above, I have a $350 base fee for the toilet feces cleanup service. Plus, were to toilets are need of feces cleanout, I may consider reducing the overall costs for the two toilets. This means quite possibly I will charge less than $700 for two toilets. However, conditions are very important and conceivably could cost $700 for two toilets if not $1000. How do we charge $1000 per cleaning feces out of the toilet or two? It's easy, depending on the overall conditions. Below I list the conditions that can add to the overall cost of a toilet feces cleanout service for San Bernardino County:

  1. Is parking available? Parking is important because I need security for my vehicle, tools, equipment, and chemicals. Plus, I need security for my physical safety. In some neighborhoods this is an important consideration. If I must walk a long distance to clean out a toilet, most probably i am going to add an additional fee.
  2. Is water and electricity available? This is an important question because I will need electricity to run power equipment. I need water to clean my tools and equipment as well as toilets. I also need water to help extract the feces from the toilet. So whenever water and electricity are not available, I must bring my own. I charge an additional $50 for bringing a generator to create electricity. I charge five dollars per 5 gallon bottle of water.
  3. How far is the work site from my own business address? The farther I must drive, the more likely I will need to charge more. However, I try do, in general, keep my $350 per toilet fee for Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Bernardino County, San Diego County, Riverside County, and Ventura County.
  4. If I must remove feces from the scene, then I will charge additional. I must first bag and then treat the feces before removing it. I must then dispose of it. This costs me time and money as well as creating infectious waste hazards for myself and others.
  5. What time of day is service to be rendered? This is important because the sooner I can begin work the better. It's better this way because I have to encounter traffic and everyone should know by now how terrible traffic is throughout the year in San Bernardino County as well as Los Angeles County. I live in Orange County. So it takes a while to get to the San Bernardino County address. Most often I arrived at the San Bernardino County address one or two hours before work is to begin. I do this by leaving hours early and usually I leave in the early morning hours. I prefer to drive by the San Bernardino County address no later than 6 AM. This way I need only spend 1 to 2 hours waiting to go to work. I spend this time in a San Bernardino Home Depot parking lot reading or listening to the radio. I may have breakfast.
  6. I consider the means of payment one of my "conditions." By this I expect cash as a condition of payment. I prefer to have payment up front, and sometimes I will require at least half down. I do this because in the past I have been cheated. And as you can imagine, being cheated in the feces cleanup business is not fun. You know already that you could not find this service for less than $1000 and most likely you were given quotes that included a franchise service fee that led to thousands of dollars. Besides that, most likely you didn't find anybody willing to provide the service. It's that way in San Bernardino County and most of California.

Bathtub Feces Cleanup Prices ($100 - $900 and up) - Please note, I will not clean feces from a bathtub as a "courtesy" because you chose to use my feces cleanup business service.

  • $10 for minor bathtub feces contamination.
    This means that if you asked me to clean feces out of a bathtub and it's of no great significance, which may or may not include underwear or other garments as well as paper, you can expect to spend at least $10. I will not do it for free.
  • $100-$900 (and up) for bathtub feces cleanup. Where the feces is a significant amount, meaning it's an inch or more deep, you can count on paying at least $100. Where it is a number of inches deep, expect to pay hundreds more. Where a bathtub is filled with human feces, count on spending a minimum of $900. If you pay only $900 for a bathtub filled with human feces, consider yourself lucky. Other companies charge $1500 $2000 and much more.
  • I cannot quote a price for a toilet or bathtub feces cleanout that requires I extract the feces and take it with me. Not only must I do the work involved, I must make a special trip for special chemicals to treat the feces before removing it from the premises. I must then find a way of safely and properly disposing of the feces. This all costs time and money.
  • I do not remove bathtubs but I do remove toilets for an additional fee.

All too often people will expect me to clean up feces in a bathtub because to them, "it's only a little bit." And besides, they say, "I'm paying you $350 anyway." So they expect me to do the extra work, which is "just a little" that they might done anyway. To me, it takes time and supplies.

Partially or Filled Bathtub

What about a bathtub that's been partially filled or filled to the drain spout? In the past I've charged anywhere from $700-$900 to drain a bathtub filled with human feces. I once trained a professional cleaner in New York State to provide bathtub feces cleanout services, and on her first job she charged $2000. But this was on an enormous, antique bathtub in an old two-story building. It seems that no one else would offer the service.

I probably cleaned feces out of the bathtub of some significance half a dozen times. On my last job I did the feces cleanout for a bathtub that was used as a trash receptacle. Hypodermic needles were left in the bathtub along with broken bottles amid human feces and toilet paper. I only charged $900 and this was in Sherman Oaks, California. Sometimes people with great wealth, I learned from this scene as well as others, do not know what to do with their time and soon lose control of their minds. (return)



Metabolic Waste

All organisms create metabolic waste. Metabolic waste is known as feces, poop, crap, poo, do-do, quina, dung, skat, spor, droppings, pads, and shit. Of course "stool" get our attention whenever we enter our San Bernardino County doctor's office and we are asked to provide a "stool sample." We know already that feces is what they're talking about.

From the Latin, the term dregs served humanity early on to describe this metabolic waste created by our digestive systems. You can see how these terms spread out through the language as scientific variations and creative writing and thinking began to find socially acceptable and scientific variations. We apply these terms to organisms on our planet these days.



Chambermaid Feces Cleanup Services


We know that slaves were in charge of feces cleanup during ancient Greek and Roman times. The Greek and Roman ruling classes believed that slaves were an important part of society. In fact, societies cannot exist without slaves. Even Aristotle believed so.

Later, as people became more enlightened and slave societies were seen as more troublesome than useful, servants were brought into the ruling class households. They were not wage labor servants, charging by the hour. They served at their "masters" whims and needs. As such, maids are often delegated the feces cleanup task and they became known as "chambermaids." They were known as chambermaids because they took care of their master's chambers, the bedrooms. And within the bedrooms were chamber pots. Chamber pots were often made of clay or even ceramic. Upon these pots lid were placed to reduce feces odors. And into these pots their masters defecated. Hence, chambermaids are feces cleanup practitioners.

Now the story of chambermaids becomes rather colorful. We know that over a period of years in Scotland the ruling classes would move from castle to castle as their feces piled up along castle walls. It built up because the chambermaids dumped the chamber pots' feces out bedroom, chamber, windows. As the stench grew it became necessary to move from one castle and another. Really.

Later, as a middle-class began to emerge along with capitalism, the ability of people to have more than one servant led to chambermaids and more houses. The chambermaids would carry their masters feces to a local field where it was dumped. Over time the field became full of human feces which required the chambermaids to walk upon the nasty poop. They then tracked the feces into their masters home. Toiolet feces cleanout remained a dream for the future.

As a result, enterprising entrepreneurs thought that by adding several inches to the heels of the chambermaids shoes, chambermaids would walk on less poop and thereby carry less poop, feces, into their Masters homes. Or so the story goes. Along with these high heels came the burden of bunions on young feet from the awkward walking style created by high heel shoes. And then there were the hip displacements over decades of chamber pot duties. And so goes the story of chambermaids in world history and feces cleanup services.


Feces Odor

Intermixed in the gut and digestive system in general, sulfuric acids as well as uric acid's mix with the great variety of chemicals brought into the gut and intestines through the esophagus. Carbohydrates from wheat and various flower mixes as well as corn and bread stuff mix. These create the striking odors left by human feces. Of course cat feces, dog feces, and other types of feces leave their telltale odors. But nothing strikes is quite as directly is human feces.

There's a billion-dollar industry surrounding the elimination of odors created by the human body. Perfumes as well as atomizing spray products populate our market shelves. These products we use to cover our own feces odors.

In London and in Paris in the 19th century the stench from human feces became overpowering. The English Thames River became heavily polluted with feces. Even Parliament complained.

The population would no longer tolerate the terrible orders and before long various illnesses were blamed on the feces odors. The truth is that these odors were actually benign, although they had received the title of "miasma" which meant disease carrying vapors. Feces itself contains over 6000 known human viruses. And it will cause cholera as well as diarrhea.

There's nothing quite so striking as to walk into a poorly ventilated public rest room. Worse, government buildings will sometimes have closed rest room. doors and poor ventilation. Management will overlook the use of ventilating the workers' rest rooms because they're trying to save money on their overall operating costs. Of course, top management often has its own toilets so feces odors are something they experience from their own ways, not from others.

Generally, there's only one quick way to rid a room of the feces odors, and that's to remove the source material, the feces.


Feces Related Diseases

Diseases related to human feces include AA amyloidosis appears in cheetahs, but this disease is not found its way into human beings. We know the common flu arises in human beings because bird poop as probably contaminated water that somehow made its way into the human food chain. The use the the poop also has contamination by the bird urine. See the one or the other both contribute to the human flu.

We know that the junta viruses carried by rat and/or mice urine which is carried into our environment be of the road and feces. Junta viruses has a history going back many thousands of years we've learned from cave dwellers in the New Mexico mountains as well as jungle dwellers in Belize. Feces cleanup takes on a whole different meaning in terms a hunter virus.




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Because I cannot afford to work for free, I must charge cash up front This work is to dirty and too costly to do for free. In short, I cannot provide welfare to individual households or businesses. I have had a number of individuals and businesses take advantage of my services in good faith conduct over the years. If I were to continue doing so, I would not be able to help those families and businesses in need of my specialized niche cleaning services.

A sanitary sewer is the largest drain pipe leading from a house or other type of building structure. Usually a toilet's drain pipe connects to San Bernardino County or San Bernardino County sewer system treatment center through this pipe network.

"Stool" arose from the use a a 3 legged stool on which medical practitioners sat upon centuries ago.

Cronyism is the source for the phrase "draining the swamp," but in Washington D.C. the definition of the swamp is quite vague. I suspect it has more to do with corporate lobbying than anything else.