Feces Cleanup Narrative

XXXX Feces Cleanup Service Information

Feces cleanup is a type of infectious waste cleanup. Strictly speaking, it is not biohazard cleanup because biohazard cleanup involves blood-borne pathogens.Infectious waste does carry many tens of millions of bacteria in many of these are harmful. Also, viruses found in feces, human or otherwise, may number thousands of different species or types. Some of these are harmful to us in some of these are not.

The truth is, though, people do not hire my feces cleanup services only because of the infectious waste hazards involved in feces cleanup work. They hire me because there is a repulsion to the site of human feces. This is learned behavior. Learned or not, the repulsion is real and with the comes a sense of disgust and it is because of this discussed that I receive additional work in the cleaning field.

People also hire me for feces cleanup work because it's not so easy finding people to do this type of work. A stigma attaches to anyone involved in feces cleanup work. The statement goes back to ancient Greeks who slaves took care of their feces cleanup work. Moving fast forward to the later Middle Ages and the use of chamber pots, chambermaids received lower status on the social hierarchy because of their role in emptying chamber pots. Chamber pots revile and disgusting portable toilets kept under the social elites beds and corners of Castle bedrooms.

But it's not only for the social stigma, infectious hazards, it's the cost of doing business that leads to my service fee of $250. For anyone who's been in business, especially those in the mobile service business field, it's easy to imagine the cost involved running a feces cleanup business in acts. Unlike the brick-and-mortar business with its monthly rent fees were building costs, mobile services vehicles. Lester's time required to keep the vehicle organized for feces cleanup work.

Here are some of the expenses involved with the mobile feces cleanup business

Vehicle cost that include maintenance and insurance as well as fuel;
Time on the road;
business insurance, which includes biohazard coverage;
business license;
tools, equipment, cleaning supplies


The cost of doing business is high. Plus, in the X feces cleanup business there's the numerous hours required to market. These hours are not factored into the cost of doing business when it comes to my feces cleanup fees throughout LA.


Germs are also known as microorganisms, which are tiny single sale organisms too small to be seen by the naked eye. Only after the invention of microscopes did microorganisms become part of our reality. These microorganisms thanks to the microscope played a large part in the germ theory of disease. Thanks to the germ theory of disease we now know to wash her hands after using the toilet.

Over 50 infections from feces are known. These include salmonella common schisotsomiasis, and cholera. Giardia, meningitis, SH IGE LL OSI S (one cause of diarrhea) are among the single cell organisms involved with feces infections. Dinghy, leptospirosis, hepatitis A as well as typhoid, scabies and botulism are known to be part of the feces infectious temperament. Hookworms, roundworms, and tapeworms are included among the parasites known to invade the human digestive tracts of mammals.

Humans ingest these many germs by drinking water polluted by these germs. This occurs in many ways including oral feces waste management as well as simply washing and water as in streams and rivers. The five F's known as fecal – rural contamination pathways helps to explain how we become infected by these germs.

The five F's include contamination of fluids reaching fields, fingers, flies, and foods. So sanitation is an important part of feces cleanup the contamination once feces has become part of our environment. So we should prevent acts treatment traveling from our anise to our mouths. Adequate sanitation is the key. Over 800 million Indians (India) spread these contagious germs with abandon. It's because India has opened defecation and there's no hope in sight because of its growing population. Population is a problem regardless what people believe were spiritual or political reasons.


The English transformed the French toilette, a cloth, and used it to signify a place to defecate. Whereas the French had covered their dressing room tables with these "toilet" fabrics, the English found a way to turn the toilet into a place to take a dump. In this sort of reminds me of a comment about a certain politician. A late night TV host once said that Present. Trump "take a dump on the oval office desk" and his staff would look the other way and act as if it were a normal presidential act. Anyway, we learned to use a variety of terms to help explain her toilet behavior.

toilet also means a place to clean up and refresh oneself. For example, in the 19th century it was none in comment here the phrase, "he is doing his toilet." And in this comment the connotation is that someone person, a male in this case, goes about the business of washing their face, washing their hands, and perhaps washing private parts.

The French term gardez l'eau found use in English as the "loo." This is the power of English at work. Get back we might think, the French began calling places the defecate "English places" (leiux a l'anglaise). They also use the English acronym WC, which means water closet, for what we call the "toilet."

The Japanese are not to be outdone by the French and English feces word combinations. The Japanese outdo everyone else because they have dozens of words referring to places to defecate. Presumably this wide vocabulary and long etymology relates to Japanese history. For one Japanese-English modification of the word toilet, note the use of toiretto.

Some people have used the phrase "necessary house" or the arrived variations of this phrase. In fact there's a book entitled The Big Necessity. That has as its subject human defecation activity as well as feces cleanup activities.

We know that in the time of Henry VIII feces cleanup was known as the disposal of human excreta for sanitation purposes. And for human excreta came shitting. Note how in Dr. Seuss's it's Grinch night we find permission to "go to the euphemism." So in our modern times we humans talk about feces cleanup as well as defecation and mild terms for polite company. Sometimes in some less than polite circles we use humor to make fun of this necessary human activity. It is the lowest activity creating the lowest common denominator for humans relationships and understanding. When it comes to taboos we find that euphemisms help us deal with the onerous meanings of feces.

We know that stool, bowel movement, excrement, defecation, ordure have varying degrees of use in our society. With the have in common for certain we know from experiences that these terms have a place in a social context. Outside of the social contexts their use will gain one condemnation from bystanders and peers as well.

Although we take our sanitary sewer system for granted, it does not hurt to look back in history and remind ourselves of where we've been and where were going. And by "where were going" I'm referring to what's going to happen to us when water supplies become more precious.

Like India's open toilet system where people just defecate wherever they might choose, at one time Europeans were just as quick to leave their feces upon the ground near their neighbors homes. For example, it was not uncommon for people to empty their feces into overflowing cesspools. There were times when people could enter their seller to discover that it was flooded by their neighbors cesspool. There was a practice of dumping chamber pots onto the narrow, dirt paths below one's window.

Then there is an interesting theory that developed around the use of high heels. We know from experience that women that wear high heels and are overweight will sooner or later suffer from bunions and hip damage. So it's important to know that these torturous "shoes" may have developed in response to the needs of chambermaids. Chambermaids were tasked with dumping their master sewer pots and in doing so they were led to open fields for dumping their chamber pots feces contents. There they would step on the contents of other chambermaids chamber pots and in the process soil their shoes. It is said that at least one enterprising entrepreneur develop higher heels to help this chambermaids in their daily task of venting chamber pots. In this way they were less likely to carry feces on their shoes into their master's homes.

Another tale in the more likely tale tells us that Parisian bookmakers valued the boots of Parisian sewer workers. It turns out that the sewer workers boots were exposed to contact with fats and acid in the sewage system and these fats and acids turn their boots into more durable and impermeable materials. As a result fashionable ladies were known to value this leather for their ankle boots. These fancy ladies within strut their fancy boots in public while unaware that their fancy boots had in some part waded through the sewers of Paris some years before.

As odors go with sewers, London suffered mightily from the disgusting odors arising from the public discharge of human feces upon both roads and narrow canals. And we should not forget that in its history in the 19th century, Los Angeles residents were quick to dump their feces into nearby canals. In any case, Paris had the same issues. Even the aristocrats would regularly soil the core doors of Versailles and the Palais Royal. Even the gardeners at the Le Notre knew enough to install large hedges as de facto stall partitions for people to defecate in private. Passageways, corridors, and courtyards were filled with urine and fecal matter. So we can see that feces cleanup throughout Europe was an important task. Even the Kremlin itself suffered for lack of feces cleanup and improved only after feces and urine threatened to corrode gold in the Kremlin palaces.

Population growth required changes. It would be some hundred years plus before the germ theory of disease brought about widespread feces cleanup task management for public health reasons. With industrialization and rural migration it became apparent that London and Paris would both have to do something in terms of feces cleanup. Neither city could cope with their growing populations as London reached nearly 1 million human beings by 1801. By 1851 this number had grown to over 2.3 million human beings. It can imagine the feces cleanup issues encountered. Something had to be done. The fees for cesspool emptying had grown beyond management as well. So something had to be done. Things were going out a hand this people with little means were forced to dump their feces illegally into the nearest ponds, rivers, or sewers for that matter.

We know that London had had sewers for centuries. Henry VIII issued the first bill of sewers and 1531, and it created a sewer commission for Tudor environmental health inspectors to inspect cranes and gutters.

We know from the word sewer that it derives from "seaward" in London and seuwire in northern French and means to drain the overflow from the fishpond." It turns out that seuwire has origins in the Latin ex and means out of aqua or water. We have by association understood that water and waste go together as a result of these etymological exchanges between cultures and history.

So throughout history then we've had this relationship to feces cleanup and that arises from odors related to our persistent physical and social problems arising from defecation. Physical problems arising from defecating in our environment arise from our history of learning that predators hone in on our feces. Once the finer feces they find us. So it's not too great a leap to imagine that cave dwellers soon learn to defecate in a number of different places to avoid attracting predators to their sleeping quarters in case. In socially of course, we've learned to associate our feces with filth, germs, and disease. Accordingly, when we pick up that odor from feces and her failure to keep our feces cleanup task up to date, social problems arise.









Los Angeles Founty feces cleanup information pages also lead to my Eddie Evans biohazard cleanup website. There, as here, readers can learn more about infectious waste cleanup. This is not to imply that feces cleanup is biohazard cleanup because it is not, generally. What causes feces cleanup to become a type of biohazard cleanup is the addition human blood to the feces. So if somebody has told you otherwise, you need to refer them to pages found at United States Center for Disease Control.

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My prices reflect the cost of doing business and earning a fair profit. So if you think that a $250 service fee that includes up to one hour of labor is unfair, it is because you are either not in a mobile service business, not in business, or have not given much consideration to the cost of staying in business. Without a fair profit for my time and energy there's no point in doing this work.

I require cash payment in most instances because they cannot afford to be in this business doing this type of work for nothing. Over 15 years in the biohazard cleanup business is taught me one thing, when it comes to feces cleanup, beware. There are those who will claim that they will go to the bank once I've completed my task and then claim that the bank has no more funds for them. Or they might even try changing the conditions of the feces cleanup work by offering a lesser amount or no amount. The use nonpayment as a leverage than to reduce my overall fees. I cannot afford this business under these conditions.

Then we have folks to win write a check that they know will bounce but the writing anywhere. In such cases I'm obliged to either go to Small Claims Court or to send the check to the Los Angeles County district attorney for collection. I prefer the latter to the former because the former requires that I go to California Small Claims Court for a meager $250 charge. It cost me nearly that much to create the conditions for going to a Small Claims Court throughout California.

Sometimes I might ask for the feces cleanup payment ahead of time in total or in part. The "in part feces cleanup fee" is also known as a "down payment."