Crime Scene Cleanup Information







Do not believe cleaning company employees when they say that death's odors are dangerous; they lie.


I've cleaned in 24 states as a result of my fight to remain in the biohazard cleanup business. I continue to travel for work. Call me now. I charge less for the same or similar work. I help reduce odors. I remove biohazardous waste. Do not use a company referred by county or city employees, especially Los Angeles County or Orange County employees. They broker for a referal fell like any other broker.

Homicide, suicide, unattended death, human decomposition, and other infectious environments are among my focus. I clean alone and as a solo cleaner my prices reflect savings for my clients.

My telephone remain open every day and every hour. In fact, any time that my telephone cannot be reached means that I am traveling between mountain or under highpower wires. I have cleaned after hundreds of deaths and clean in XXXX frequently.


Crime scene cleanup brokers offers quick help when it comes to finding a crime scene cleanup company. We offer no price guarantee or benefit of excellent crime scene cleanup. In fact, when it comes to crime scene cleanup companies, we can recommend only one crime scene cleanup company.

Consumer Fraud

Visit this crime scene cleanup web page for more information about this crime scene cleanup business. Those in the know have already visited Orange County consumer fraud web pages. Here readers learn about local government corruption. They learn how coroner and county administrator employees cause fraud against grieving families.

County employees own some of these biohazard cleanup companies. Some employees receive payment for sending families to biohazard cleanup companies. I came to this information while I tried to build a biohazard cleanup company in Orange Couny, California. Oddly, I learned the same about Orange County, Florida as well as counties across these United States. Actually, it's not so odd.

County governments have a history and practice for practicing cronyism and nepotism. Why should we expect anything less when it comes to crime scene cleanup?

It all started when congress passed legislation to help protect medical workers. Too many doctors, nurses, nurses aids, and others suffered neddle stick. These needles passed on bloodborne pathogens known as Human Immune Deficiency (HIV which leads to Accquired Immune Deficiency Sydrone. Others working with or near blood soiled materials were also included in this legislation.

Biohazard cleanup for unaccompanied deaths, suicide, and homicides. We use professional biohazard cleanup equipment to return your home or business to its prior clean condition.

Then people called themselves crime scene cleanup companies and began cleaning after death. These companies sometimes were upright and honest. But many others were neither. Some companies went on to bribe civil servants to forward families and businesses to them. In return, many millions of dollars passed hands. In this way the public became victims of crime scene cleanup corruption.

So here cleaners find help for crime scene cleanup broker information. This means to say that some broker lead families to corrupt crime scene cleanup companies. Some do so intentionally; others do so unintentionally. Actually, there's no way to know where a family may land when sent by a crime scene cleanup broker.

We could recommend using local Yellow Pages or local Internet searches for blood cleanup help. Then we would find the same issues as noted above. It's hard to say who to trust. Usually, almost always, the bigger the company the less to trust. Small companies may do the same. If a company has a government connection what's so ever, they cannot be trusted.

Never trust a government employee's referral to a private company, anyway.


Often a broker works as an independent business person. Some people do create a company of brokees. Brokers usually arrange a sale and buy exchange between buyers and sellers. This occurs in those commodities entailing large exchanges of goods, services, and money.

Brokers receive a percentage of the selling price. If an object sells for $100,000, then a broker might recive $10,000 at 10 percent brokers' fee and so on.

Brokers offer information related to select markets, including death cleanup services. Prices, services, and expected return for fees reflect a broker's knowlege in their field.

We know too well that many brokers play a huge role in the sale of stocks, bonds and other financial services. On Wall Street they represent the worse type of greed and adverace in many cases.



Advantages to a broker's help include their experience, established market relations, and the tools of their trade. Now, of course, all of these features may not be of use to those calling for help. In fact, brokers may lead to crony relationships as found in Orange County Fraud searches.

Brokers may help clients receive loans for services. This handy service should be helpful to those buying homes; it should not be helpful to those in need of blood cleanup services.

Blood cleanup carries special duties and responsibilities. We know that deaths from liver-destroying hepatitis C are on the rise among baby boomers. Although we are all at risk, those born between 1945 and 1965 should get a one-time blood test to check if their livers harbor this ticking time bomb. The reason: Two-thirds of people with hepatitis C are in this age group, most unaware that a virus that takes a few decades to do its damage has festered since their younger days.

A sense of urgency ought to propel us to action for blood cleanup. Since last summer (2011), two drugs hit the market last summer that promise to cure many more people than ever was possible. Never mind that blood cleanup costs a lot of money; never mind that the treatment costs a great deal of money. It stands poised to save many thousands of lives.

Brokers also deal with suicide cleanup as well as blood cleanup. Suicide cleanup frequently leads to serious blood cleanup needs. Any human blood cleanup, by default and definition, leads to universal safety precautions during blood cleanup tasks.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has regulatory enforcement powers mandated to it by the United States Congress. As a result we find OSHA enforcing blood cleanup wherever employees work with, near, or can be expected to have exposure to human blood.

This means bloodborne pathogen training requirements exist for anyone involved with blood during their employment hours. Brokers should know these things before referring a company.

Brokers talk with people known to suffer from homicide, suicide, and unattended death losses in their family. Families may have pictures of friends and family from the 1940s. They look terrific in their military uniforms, prepared to fight the "just war" or perhaps they have returned.Their families passed away or perhaps they were separated.

Sometimes neighbors like to talk about a suicide victim's history, at least as far as they remember. There's a lot going on when people call for death cleanup help. All of this fits into a broker's world of work in some way.

Unfortunately, we no longer have a need for death cleanup brokers. County employees have first contact with families of homicide, suicide, and unattended death victims. The do the referral to biohazard cleanup companies.



Eddie Evans, biohazard cleanup

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