Eddie Evans seeks to serve the interests of those families and businesses in need of biohazard cleanup information. As found here, Eddie Evans includes homicide, suicide, unattended death with decomposition, infectious and other types of waste cleanup among his biohazard cleanup services.
Eddie Evans uses the biohazard cleanup phrase broadly. It's used interchangeably with crime scene cleanup. Used elsewhere, biohazard would apply to vectors like disease carrying insects. Here, biohazard, biohazardous, applies to human blood in most cases.
Biohazard as used here follows the guidelines established by the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia. Here's a list of those humans fluids dreamed biohazardous by the Center for Disease Control:
- wet blood
- moist blood
- dry flaky blood
- objects capable of releasing moist or web blood when compressed
These fluids often occur following traumatic injuries caused by accidents, homicides, suicides, and unattended deaths. Of course, laboratories in the business of producing blood analysis abide by this same understanding of human fluids qualifying as biohazardous. We call these substances "bloodborne pathogens." Bloodborne because disease and illness spread among us by human blood, not by air (aerosols), insect bites, or other carriers of human illness and disease. Eddie Evans believes in applying large quantities of bleach to biohazards early in his biohazard cleanup work.
In fact, when families in need of biohazard cleanup information, they learn from Eddie Evans to use bleach as directed by the Center for Disease Control.
Because of the biohazards we must follow "bloodborne pathogen protocols" to reduce the risks of working with or near human blood. The United States Occupational and Health Administration oversea the management of bloodborne pathogen rules in the workplace. Actually, it's the American workplace that gave rise to congressional legislation leading to the creation of bloodborne pathogen protocols. Without these rules workers would have no legal protection or standards to follow in many work places. We know this by history's stories about worker abuse in the American workplace before the progressive era.
Today's blood cleanup practitioners can thank the many science researchers into diseases like the Human Immunodeficiency virus and Hepatitis C for our biohazard protections. Even today, employers in the infectious waste business are known to tell their infectious waste practitioners that "It's not dangerous." Meanwhile, they tell their prospective clients that crime scene cleanup carries much risk because of bloodborne pathogens. Some of these crime scene cleanup company owners even tell people that the death and blood odors carry disease. Eddie Evans has a 15 year record of setting the record straight.
In any case, these cleaners work as biohazard cleanup practitioners because the death cleanup field includes bloodborne pathogen threats and broader biohazards. Animal and insect cleanup also come within the duties of a biohazard cleanup practitioner. Eddie Evans says, "Biohazard cleanup practitioners are not exterminators unless trained as exterminators." So blood cleanup work continues without the tag, "insect exterminators." We simply remove dead insects at times.
Among the more lucrative work found in the biohazard business, we find heavily soiled feline poop cleanup, cat poop cleanup. I use this web site to promote Eddie Evans as an infectious waste cleaner.
Overall, on the following pages my focus remains within the domain of homicide, suicide, and unattended death cleanup. I enjoy venturing off into other subjects dealing with biological and ecological issues as well. I also enjoy legal issues that may follow dramatic deaths involving criminal law and torts.
Homicide cleanup accounts for about one intend biohazard cleanup calls. It's not only my biohazard cleanup but those of my competitors as well. The vast majority of calls go toward cleaning up after suicides and unattended deaths.
A number of homicides occur in domestic settings between males and females. Most often, female victims arise from moments of anger and rage developing into homicidal actions by male spouses or partners. Homicides perpetrated by females upon males occur at times because the female is protecting her children. In such cases the male has a history of violent behavior towards the family.
The primary weapon of choice is a handgun and then a rifle. Although, homicides and kitchens often involve a large knife or other sharp implement.
Juries often feel a sympathy for female perpetrators of homicide when the act in defense of their children. Took a long time for United States juries to begin acquitting females for homicides in the United States. Not until after the 1960's did we see changes in criminal law in this regard. Some people have attributed this change in jury consciousness to the women's movement began in the late 19th century.
Overall, the right of a homicide self-defense is available only to those free from fault. To hide under the cover of self defense, you must not be the aggressor instigator. However, this is not absolute for in some situations, you may still retain your right to act in self-defense depending on the facts. Nonetheless, the right of self-defense is denied to a slayer who incites the fatal attack, encourage the fatal quarrel or otherwise promote the the seeming necessity of taking a life. Self-defense claim may not be justified if in fact, the claimant was the actual provoker. When he was the actual aggressor in a conflict causing death may not turn around to invoke the self-defense claim.
When an aggressor informs their adversary of their intent to quit and does try to do so, he is restored to his right of self-defense. A homicide committed in self-defense is excusable only as a matter of genuine necessity. So juries are often aware of these facts, and today they use a liberal mind-set to apply more than these facts to the situation of women in the home.
In the field of biohazard cleanup we learn to recognize the great violence endured by a homicide victim. Blood splatter on walls and ceilings tell us that the victim may have ran for the life, room to room, stopping every now and then to use objects and implements to defend themselves from the crushing blows that took their lives. Eddie Evans will guarantee biohazard cleanup work following a homicide.
Suicide cleanup must also be considered biohazard cleanup. Suicide cleanup also represents an unattended death cleanup in some circumstances.
Suicide cleanup most usually involves the removal of human blood from a bedroom, bathroom, living room, or even a kitchen. I have worked at suicide cleanup and storage sheds as well as barns. We never know where suicide will occur Erwin. What we do know is that suicide cleanup happens most often for white males account for suicides in the United States. White females follow second with 17% of the suicides in the United States. Eddie Evans cleans after suicides in most states.
Unattended deaths occur because people live alone in most cases. Of course those instances occur when family members may have gone on vacation and left a loved one at home within dies an unattended death. Suicides are also known as unattended deaths in some cases. Suicide cleanup as a form of biohazard cleanup comes with a guarantee when performed by Eddie Evans.
I'm Eddie Evans and I wrote the above biohazard cleanup narrative. I have other biohazard cleanup pages on the Internet and hope that they will serve families in need of biohazard cleanup information. My blood cleanup stories are not intended for young readers with faint hearts.
Here's my blog.
Eddie Evans, biohazard cleanup
I've learned in my year that it's what we've learned after we know it all that really counts. Put another way, we never learn enough and therefore wise will never stop learning.
It's hard for me to imagine the biohazard cleanup business has more meaning and it than I ever expected. It took a while before I found a biohazard cleanup in terms broader than those usually involving homicide, suicide, unattended death, and traumatic blood loss by humans, he was a type of crime scene cleanup work but only broader. It was broader because biohazard cleanup work would continue as infectious waste type of cleaning. As infectious waste cleanup it would involved more than human blood and tissues. It would involve bacteria and viruses related to other animals and insects. In some places biohazard cleanup would overlap with vector control, sewage cleanup, water damage restoration, natural stone polishing, carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning, demolition, and more.
I'm Eddie Evans and I write content for this Eddie Evans website in the first person, second person, and third person. I write it in other styles as well. I write it in the Third-Person Omniscient Point of View as found Anna Karenina. I write about myself in the third person limited point of view as well. I weave in and out of these perspectives as the Mus moves me. I don't see any point in writing any other way these days. If you are like me you follow current events and you know as well as I do our president is about to spend $1 trillion on nuclear weapons. You can buy a lot of blood cleanup help with that kind of money.
You will have read that the Russian Navy now has a torpedo the travels as fast as 200 miles an hour and has a nuclear warhead tip. And I've yet to touch upon the elephant in the China shop, human caused global warming which affects climate change in ways we've yet to learn. More though, we have a government now in denial of the role of burning fossil fuels and how adding carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels adds to atmospheric changes worldwide. The other industrialized nations understand this threat to humanity and other species, but not the United States government. Or at least, not our current leaders of the United States government.
Be that as it may, besides writing about current events I write about biohazard cleanup because that's what I do, biohazard cleaner. I've been in the biohazard cleanup business for over 15 years. I cleaned homicides, suicides, and unattended death scenes from California to New York State. Although I've never cleaned north of New York State, I have cleaned as far south as San Diego California,. I've cleaned in Arizona and New Mexico as well. I've cleaned in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Michigan, Illinois, Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Oregon, and Washington state as well. There are more states to recall, but at the moment it's easier to recall which states of not cleaned up biohazards and to remember which states I have been biohazard cleanup work.
Usually when people call Eddie Evans for biohazard cleanup work is for California biohazard cleanup following a homicide, suicide, or unattended death in California. It's been that way for number of years now because corners employees throughout the United States have monopolized the biohazard cleanup business. They do this because they have first contact with victims families. And when they make a contact they refer families to crony biohazard cleanup companies. So my experience I've learned that Sheriff-corners employees nationwide are crony County employees and feet off the homeowners insurance companies that pay families to have their loved ones blood cleaned up.
Sometimes a write about myself as a character, I might write a short story in which Eddie Evans travels throughout the country and makes his way in the small towns. There he introduces himself as "Eddie Evans" to families in need of blood cleanup services. This city has traveled to Espanola, New Mexico to clean at an altitude is 7000 feet on an Indian reservation., Twice. This is the same Eddie Evans that is driven to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to clean up and unattended death in the four-bedroom home occupied by many thousands of flies and marvel. Here a retired Navy officer died alone and decompose for weeks.
When his family called me, they asked, "is Eddie Evans they are." When I affirmed that I, Eddie Evans, was speaking, they were very please. For some reason something I had written somewhere as Eddie Evans cause them to seek me out. There homeowners insurance company insisted that the family use one of their own biohazard cleanup companies, but the family insisted that I do the cleaning for the unattended death. The family met me in front of the house three days later. I had driven across the country for this job. I was say that I found this family to be a bit on the odd side for their insistence that "Eddie Evans" cleanup after their uncle. I spent the next five days in the house cleaning.
Usually when I advertise myself as "Eddie Evans" I expect to complete an unattended death cleanup with within one day. But in the case of this Louisiana unattended death cleanup, I became sick from diabetes. This is back in those days before I had learned my condition. As a result I found myself unable to work for longer than 30 minutes at a time. So I would sit in a kitchen chair and fall asleep for about one hour before I'd wake. Then I go to work for another 30 minutes. It took five days at this pace to complete the job.
A reader might find it interesting to know that when I write as Eddie Evans and in a risky third person style. I make note of how I underbid my competitors for years. This was before pay per click advertising arose on Google, and well before biohazard cleanup companies had infiltrated the ranks of corners employees with their enticing 10% kickback for referring families. But once my competitors had more or less infiltrated corners departments nationwide, I was left with little else than ever tiny scene by organic websites for biohazard cleanup work. So I do not and I did not receive homeowners insurance work because the corners employees were sure to save this lucrative work for the crony business friends in the biohazard cleanup business.
People might say that "Eddie Evans just doesn't try hard enough," but the truth is, it doesn't matter how many websites I put up or how much content I write. You can't compete with pay per click when the people advertising with pay per click have a guaranteed income from homeowners insurance referred biohazard cleanup jobs, thanks to Sheriff-corner employees. Of course, and some counties we call these County employees "medical examiner" helpers and such. Whatever we call them, there on the public payroll and they use it for self enrichment, which makes them pretty much like any swamp monster in Washington DC.
These days I expect calls a few times a month and I continue to advertise as Eddie Evans. People call and ask for "Eddie Evans. Because the expect to first reach in answering service. When they reach me and discover they're talking Eddie Evans, the seem to be please that they're talking with the person who makes decisions for the company. I can answer their questions about biohazard cleanup and explain how my prices work. I can explain that accept cash, check, credit cards, and debit cards to PayPal. I can explain about how long it takes and why it may take longer than expected. I can explain that there's more going on in a death scene than they know. It's not that their eyes aren't working properly. It's just they don't know what to look for or what to expect.
If looking for an affordable blood cleanup service in Los Angeles County, here's a page for you.
If what I write here sound like something written on I poorly crafted blog, it is because it is poorly crafted and reads like 1/3 or fourth rate log page. Hoarding added on September 12, 2018. October 17, 2018 also saw the addition of hoarding cleanup pages.
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