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Southern California Feces Cleanup Information



$250 CASH (Includes up to 1 hour of labor)

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Southern California Feces Cleanup Narrative

Call any time to ask questions about my feces cleanup service. I will answer the telephone in my name is Eddie Evans.I prefer to work on the following day, but in emergencies, I can sometimes hope to provide service on the same day. However, please keep in mind that I must travel in Southern California highways and freeways are congested today to almost a "critical mass" condition at certain times of the day.

Who calls for feces cleanup services?

  1. Family members who act as caretakers for a parent, sibling, rather family members in need of feces cleanup services, but unable to care for their own needs;
  2. Individuals who have had a one time accident and because of illness or sensitivities, on able or unwilling to clean up feces in their own home;
  3. Employees of a small business or corporation responsible for protecting the general health and welfare of company employees;
  4. Social workers in need of services for clients who have had either physiological loss of their bowels or some sort of psychological impairment;
  5. Property owners, real estate agents, management company representatives, and others responding to homeless encampments where feces contamination pollutes property.


Feces Cleanup Prices: Minimum $250 Service Charge

I minimum charges $250 for general feces cleanup. Most often this service charge will include up to one hour of labor, depending on overall conditions below I write about "conditions" to help clarify the vagaries implicit in my feces cleanup prices. Most generally, a one time occurrence will cost no more than $250. Usually, I can clean for up to one hour without charging more than $250. Sometimes I will include another 10 minutes, 15 minutes, or even 20 minutes more labor toward feces cleanup without charging an hourly fee. However, after 20 minutes it becomes difficult to clean for any less than $250. But, keep in mind, "conditions" will have some influence over my overall charges.

Some people believe that $250 for feces cleanup the takes place in two or three minutes is outrageous. In fact, it does seem outrageous depending on circumstances and one's place in the world. But consider this, perhaps your employer and you really do not want to ask your employees to clean up feces as part of their employment understanding. Before long, employees will not want to work in know before arriving at work they mean that cleaning feces as part of their daily routine. After all, isn't that why we hire janitors, custodians?

Consider to that feces cleanup in public places carries a social stigma. This social stigma has attached to feces cleanup since slave times in ancient Greece and Rome. The stigma continues to apply to people today in the building maintenance trades. For example, did you know that public school custodians often cleanup human feces in the boys restroom? Frequently, in junior high schools, custodians find that one or more students have defecated on toilet seats, toilet surroundings, and even smeared fecal matter on restroom stalls, walls, and even the handle on the exit door.Yes, a social stigma applies to feces cleanup.

Consider the case of strip malls and homeless populations. These days, especially in San Diego County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, and Los Angeles County, it is not so unusual to find homeless populations loitering near strip malls. Here the find services during the day that includes using the public restroom when they visit for food and drink. In the middle of the night they may return to defecate on the grounds, which can include sidewalks or in nearby bushes. So who's gonna cleanup the feces? Right the gardeners in some cases. But not all gardeners are willing to clean the feces as part of their gardening or building maintenance contract. Not many building operations employees will willingly cleanup feces.

So as a result, management companies will call for feces cleanup services.

So when considering the price of feces cleanup, keep in mind that finding labor in the general labor market that specializes in feces cleanup becomes a chore in itself. If you call our franchise cleaning service and asked them to clean up one pile of human feces on a strip mall sidewalk, what you think they're going to charge? Right, they're going to ask for well over thousand dollars because they have employees to pay. So in a very real sense, the labor market supply of feces cleanup practitioners is quite small. It happens that I have a niche in this field and because of my years of experience in infectious waste cleanup business, I can control some of the market for feces cleanup services in Southern California.



What sort of conditions do I look for in a feces cleanup task?

  1. Availability of parking?
  2. Availability of working sewer?
  3. Availability of water and electricity
  4. Access conditions to and in the working environment
  5. Means of payment?
  6. Security issues, like what's going on in the neighborhood?
  7. Crawl Spaces


1. Availability of parking?

Because I must carry cleaning tools, equipment, and chemicals, I must consider the distance to the work site itself. Must I climb stairs or a hill? Must they park around the corner be on site in my vehicle? Must I deal with traffic to reach the cleaning site? It's always best when I can park in the customers driveway, even back in. But this is an ideal condition and rarely met. Parking availability in place for parking play big part in overall security. I have lost thousands of dollars in tools and equipment over the years because of neighborhood thieves. So I'm very much attuned to parking conditions. I especially do not like paying to park when doing feces cleanup work and I will add an additional fee for this burden.

2. Availability of Working Sewer?

In those cases where there's toilet feces cleanout services needed or pails of feces that need to be dumped, a working sewer is imperative. Otherwise, extreme measures must be taken to bag, solidify, encapsulate, and dispose of the feces containing bags properly. This takes a lot of time and a lot of money. So working sewer is an important overall condition for feces cleanup work anywhere in Southern California. However, a sewer is not important in those cases where an outdoor homeless population has defecated in small quantities. The sewer becomes imperative, usually, indoors when carpet must be cleaned, a nonporous surface like a bathroom floor must be clean, or other areas contaminated by fecal matter create the need for on-site disposal of feces.

3. Availability of water in electricity (I can provide both but at an additional cost because of wear and tear on my generator)

I received calls for my feces cleanup work from people who have not even seen the job site. These people may have found me on the Internet when doing a search and found that I offer this service for one and for two, they recognize that my cleaning fee is the best they're going to find. So it's not so unusual for a family or business to hire me and send me into a building and conditions they have not seen. It's not unusual to find toilets overflowing with human feces, feces cleaning to the sides of the toilet and upon the floor below. It's not uncommon to find 5 gallon pails a human feces throughout rooms. Such conditions arise when squatters move into a home without running water and electricity.

As a result it helps when I know if I'm going to need water and electricity. If I must use a generator it's fine with me, I dismissed add on to the overall costs. What about my "cash payment" conditioning such arrangements? I must talk with the responsible party and find out what sort of business they represent. As for families, I cannot help them. I cannot do feces cleanup in this environment expecting payment from family members who I may never see let alone find an address that actually represents their own living space.

4. Access conditions in the working environment, which goes to the issue of closed-in space cleaning and working.

Sometimes I mass to go under a house to clean out bear feces, also known as "skat." This is hard work and sometimes I not able to perform the work. It's not only that it is physically exhausting, the distance between the floor of the home or building is to close to the soil below. I must have room to work. And when I do go under building the cleanup feces, you can bet I'm going to charge an extra fee. So please consider this before calling.

Also, when someone hires me to work beyond my one hour, I will take into consideration if I must clean out the closet, fireplace, or other closed in area. It is in these areas that I most exposed to a high density of airborne bacteria and viruses.

5. Means of payment?

Means of payment it is by cash of course. I only point this out again because it will accept checks from some corporations, some government agencies, and some privately ran social welfare companies. I prefer payment as soon as possible.

6. Security issues, like what's going on in the neighborhood?

Security issues go to distance from my parking space as well as hazards created by obstacles, poor flooring, rickety stairs, lighting issues, neighborhood gangs, and other related issues. I prefer not to work in hazardous areas that can lead to falling. For example, I prefer to stay off of ladders. If I have to go on a ladder to clean feces, and I may need to charge more. I consider this a work hazard and as such it is a security issue.

7. Crawl Spaces

Sometimes I received telephone calls to do sewage cleanup because of the toilet overflow. In past years I would sometimes offer the service, they found I did not charge enough. I also found that my competitors in the franchise field charge several thousand more dollars than I charge. Plus, there are certain hazards involving going under house to remove feces, toilet paper, and water contaminated by human feces. So I do not gender look forward to this task in many times I declined to offer the service. I do call if you wish because I can always change my mind.


Feces's Anonymity

We know two things about the anonymity feces cleanup work. We know that those the defecate in public spaces will remain anonymous unless security cameras happened to have caught the act. In the middle the night it's difficult for a security camera to pick up individuals defecating on a store sidewalk. In a public bathroom or junior high school bathroom, there's no way to know who has smeared feces on toilet seats, floors, walls. So feces remains anonymous in this context.

Then there's the anonymity of feces because feces is a generalized substance among members of any population. It doesn't matter if feces from Southern California's compared to feces from Outer Mongolia. So long as the defecate or consume the same diet in both places, the feces would generally appear the same. So remains anonymous. Why should anyone care? Well, in the feces cleanup business we care because we like to be able to catch those who perpetrate the pollution of public spaces with their fecal matter. In the course in the field of medical science, we know that doctors want to know the condition of their patients feces. This becomes especially important in cases of diarrhea and diarrhea cleanup.

We know about diarrhea is that diarrhea cleanup may either be as safe as feces cleanup in general, or quite infectious. Diarrhea cleanup becomes highly infectious in cases of cholera. At the moment common San Diego County there's a hepatitis A epidemic. Hepatitis A spreads in human fecal matter, and people with hepatitis A are known to have diarrhea.

Overall, though, many people experience diarrhea when homeless because they live on fast food diets and tend to consume alcoholic beverages to excess. Consumption of any liquids can lead to diarrhea.


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Feces Awareness

Four social and cultural reasons we tend to ignore our own feces. It's not unusual for people to poop in a toilet, clean themselves, and then look way as the arise from the toilet seat before closing it, and then flushing the feces into oblivion through the sanitary sewer system.

If that was all there was to it, it would be fine. But it's not all that there is to it. Our feces tells us something about her health and we should be aware of it at least some of the time.

We have a tendency to ignore those aspects of our own bodies that we prefer not to think about, I know. I recall my young nephew living with a black, crusty, cracked moral on the back of his left can calf. He ignored it as it grew from a small, tiny black back until it began to bleed. In fact, he had been warned about it by people who noticed it in his social crowd. He had two children to. Because he was fair skinned, blue-eyed, and had blonde hair, there was no mistaking the outcomes of this growth. It was cancerous and known by dermatologists as a sure killer.

Ruby fought his cancer for two years before it finally killed him. In fact, the day he was told by doctors there was no more that they could do for him he lived his final moments upon his own bed in his own bedroom. For this he paid dearly because he refused to acknowledge his body has signs that he must oblige himself to acknowledge.

And so it is with our own feces. We ignore our feces at our peril. So that's why I have written this feces awareness in addition to my feces cleanup page.

Human feces

Human feces is usually solid or semi solid. It constitutes the remains of the food we consume throughout the single day. Of course, the frequency of defecating, releasing feces from our digestive system will often depend on our overall health as well as our daily menu. For example, a healthy 12-year-old's poop practices will depend upon their physical exercise as well as their diet. Those 12-year-olds eating a vegetarian diet will defecate two or even three times a day, generally. Those 12-year-olds living on a carnivore-like diet will defecate once per day, generally.

Our feces contains bacteria and a small amount of metabolic waste products such as bilrubin, which is a product of bacteria alteration of our food. We also have dead dpitelial cells from gut lining.

We discharge feces through the heinous and we call this defecating. Urine often leads some part in our defecation feces in the two together are called excreta.

Feces may appear quite a bit different in vegetarians in carnivore-like human menus. We would expect the carnivore -like consumers to defecate more solid and more greatly structured feces in vegetarians. Vegetarians will have more watery feces, "stool," in the carnivore-like consumers.

Overall, though, human feces from a healthy human being is normally semisolid with a mucous coding reflecting the feces travels throughout the digestive tract. In a normal occurrence in the bowel movement that occurs incompletely, the remaining feces returns from the rectum to the large intestine nine where the feces absorbs more water. This is one reason why it's important to remain hydrated. To help pass our feces on a more regular basis.

What we call "human waste" applies to both feces and urine.

We pay special attention to human feces because of its potential to spread pathogens, germs,. As a result we spend a lot of our own time and are public treasure ensuring that we have adequate sanitation for communities.

When we pass it feces from the A&S during a bowel movement, defecating, we will find it in one of seven conditions:

  • Nut-like shapes and separate and hard to pass pieces, which is a sign of too little fruit and vegetables as well as poor hydration in some cases.
  • Lumpy, sausage -shaped feces should not cause any great concern overall.
  • Similar to a sausage shape but with cracks upon the surface,
  • Smooth and soft and snakelike if not more like a sausage,
    blobs of soft feces with clear cut edges;
  • Ragged edges and fluffy pieces found in mushy tool,
    liquid feces with fewer no solid pieces which should cause some health concern.

Brown feces tells us that our feces has a combination of biosolids, bilirubin derived from stercobiilin and urobilins, which arise from dead red blood cells. Hence the roundness. Usually seminary solid we can expect such feces to have a mucous coating.

Yellow feces usually tells us that there is an ongoing infection in our body and is known as giardiasis. It derives from the Giardia, which is an anaerobic flagellated protozoan parasite and causes severe yellow diarrhea. Not just severe, this type of feces may spread diarrhea quickly. We also know this type of yellow feces as Gilbert's Syndrome. This means that food is passing to the digestive tract to quickly. It indicates that the food is not being fully digested by bacteria.

Pellegrini feces may tell us that we have insufficient bile. Such a condition is known as cholecystitis, galistones, giardia parasitic infection, hepatitis, chronic pancreatitis, or cirrhosis. Also, brownies colors arise from bile salts from the liver. With decreases in bile we find lighter colors arising in our feces.

Black red feces tells us that we may have red blood cells in abundance along our intestines which may indicate internal bleeding. It may also just indicate red blood cells in our digestive tract were not fully broken down from digestive enzymes. We call this melena. It often arises from bleeding in the upper digestive tract. People with ulcers may be familiar with this condition. Hemorrhoids and fissures may cause similar looking feces. Colon cancer and ulcerative colitis may also create these colors.

During feces cleanup it's rare to find black feces. In fact, it's more likely to find light brown or even yellow feces from a diarrhea discharge. We find this most often in homeless populations.

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Feces in Wild Nature

Physicians for China's ancient ruling class made a visual and olfactory analysis of their leaders feces of their medical practice. Not only the feces appearance and odor would play a part in their understanding of their masters health, but also its odor. Shape would also have played a role. Imagine the horrific sense that pervaded the priestly medicine men when the ruler develop diarrhea. The imagined that lives were nearing the end and surely their heads would be cut from their bodies.

In a sense, these medical practitioners were involved in feces cleanup of the most important type. The hope to clean up their masters feces and have it appear as it once did when he was in great health. So returning the shape, color, odor, and consistency of ruling class feces in early medical diagnosis.

We know to that in wild nature animals have feces that reflect their environment. A small white pile of feces along the lake bed would indicate carnivore feces. This feces would appear predominantly white at times because it consisted of the carnivores consumption of their praise bones. Plus the bleaching in the hot sun would add to the whiteness of the bone.

Dung beetles the most Leon feces. Throughout the world, dung beetles are known as the greatest feces cleanup practitioners for the visible animal spectrum. No other can claim the title as a "feces cleanup" King of the road.

A dung beetle can bury 250 times its weight of feces in one night. They play an important role in ecological systems, then. Many dung beetles are known as feces rollers. They will feces into round balls, and these the use as a food source or for breeding chambers. Imagine dung beetles will either eggs and feces girls. Simply put, they live in feces. They are attracted to feces by burrowing owls. We know some done beetle species that come in different colors and sizes. The traits often tell us about their body mass (or biomass) as well as their leg length and other variability's among the species.

All these feces cleanup species belong to the superfamily known as Scarabeeoidea; and most of these feces cleanup species have subfamilies known as Scarabaeinae and Aphodinae, which belong to the family known as the Scarabaeidae family (scarab beetles). The species feed exclusively on feces. They are known as true dung beetles. We find feces feeding beetles along to other families, such as the Geotrupidae (earth-boring dung beetle). The Scarabaeinae alone claim over 5000 species."

We know that when it comes to feces cleanup, dung beetles are the only known animal to use the Milky Way for navigation at night, other than human beings.

Unlike the dung beetle, though, human beings have taken a different approach, as of late, to handling their feces as well as the feces of other species. So the magic of flushing to read a residence or community of human feces has come to dominate our feces cleanup practices. In the not so distant past we use rivers as sewers. In those days dilution was the solution to pollution and became etched in human civilization is a form of our feces cleanup practice and also of our consciousness.

Flush toilets would arrive in many houses and ancient cities we know. In the Indus Valley between 2500 and 1500 BCE, flush toilets were made available for many homes. The Romans would follow in about a thousand years. Then much later, as late as 18 century, in the northern parts of Europe we find that Sir John Harrington in the late 18 century Realty about a "valve closet." The valve closet later became patented by Alexander Cummings as a flushing device in 1775.

It is about this time that the term "water closet" entered the feces cleanup vocabulary in England during the 19th century. "Water closet" replace the "earth closet" in common English usage. No longer did the earth closet server feces cleanup needs. This early toilet known as the "water closet." But as a simple seat over a bucket. By pulling a handle the user would released earth or ashes onto their feces. Then the bucket was emptied in the field nearby if not out a window at times. This created many problems as time passed and populations increased. Imagine in the densely populated cities of Europe how the feces cleanup issue became a horrific and wicked problem?

History was steam rolling towards Thomas crapper as a result. He became known as the man who popularized the flush toilet in the 19th to early 20th century.


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Southern California feces cleanup has a $250 service charge that comes with up to 1 hour of labor. Most often I complete the feces cleanup task in under one hour; at times I complete within 10 minutes, in which case my service charge is still $250. I can arrange to work longer for an additional fee and I would need to know the details.