Too many families pay too much for Cypress biohazard cleanup services. This situation exists because some Orange County coroner's employees send families to biohazard cleanup companies they own or receive money from. So call Eddie Evans any hour, any day for Orange County's lowest biohazard cleanup prices. Usually a maximum price of $999 for almost all single death, biohazard cleanup services. That's the MAXIMUM price for Cypress biohazard cleanup involving unattended death cleanup, suicide cleanup, homicide cleanup, and trauma cleanup. Other biohazard services are also offered. Eddie's $999 does not include shotgun deaths. You will find a brief explanation of biohazards on this page.





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Biohazard Cleanup

Eddie Evans has 8 years experience cleaning after violent deaths. He has cleaned hundreds of death scenes alone. His prices always remain among the lowest, if not the lowest. Eddie's biohazard cleanup services include odor reduction if not removal.


When Cypress's residents need biohazard cleanup help, expect Eddie Evans to respond with information, a telephone quoted price, which he keeps, and an appointment.

Eddie begins cleaning after homicides, suicides, and unattended deaths by first decontaminating. He then seals biohazardous material. Then it's time to , remove biohazardous material. Next, he disinfects again. When its time to thoroughly clean, he knows what must areas to seal that were once soiled.

Rarely do Cypress residence give thought to needing a biohazard cleaner. The odds of needing biohazard cleanup services in Cypress seem very small, and they are very small. Sometimes life crushes our dreams, though. Then we find the unimaginable crushed our reality, and the big question, "How do I clean here?" arrives.

That's when you need to call Eddie Evans. He will answer questions. If you like, ask for a telephone quotation. Then set an appointment for Eddie Evans to clean for you, if you choose to do so.TOP

Unattended Death Cleanup in Cypress

As in any other city or county, and unattended death creates cleaning problems. The weight of the deceased affects the amount of fluids released into the surrounding area. Where the deceased died influences the amount of blood and other fluid damage to the surrounding area. How long the deceased remained down influences the area contaminated and odor issues.

Heat speeds decomposition. The weather at time of death and following decomposition influence damage and odor production. As a consequence decomposition in Fullerton during summer months increases as it will in San Juan Capistrano. Fullerton receives less ocean cool air than the beach cities like San Juan Capistrano. So decomposition occurs more rapidly, all things being equal.

The place of an unattended death has a lot to do with cleaning up the deceased's remains. If on a mattress, the mattress becomes heavily soiled. On the one hand, a heavily soiled mattress helps to ensure less damage to the floor and the spread of fluids. On the other hand, the mattress becomes a labor intensive object to clean.

In the case of mattress cleaning, the real cleaning occurs as a biohazard cleaner remove soiled mattress contents. This amounts to dissecting and takes place on any furnishings heavily soiled by blood. Once the blood soiled materials free the mattress or other furnishings of potential biohazards, it becomes safe for disposal in a local landfill.

The soiled materials from mattress cleaning or other furnishings goes into a biohazard transportation freezer. On request or about once per month, these materials go to Stericycle for pickup and disposal.

Soiled materials during biohazard cleanup may go down the toilet or sink if in liquid form. This disposal route has the approval of the Environmental Protection Agency, The Center for Disease Control. Also see the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations for protection of the Environment.

Suicide Cleanup in Cypress

Like an unattended death, a suicide creates potential biohazard conditions because of blood and other infectious materials. What applies to an unattended death applies here if decomposition occurs.TOP

At times when suicide cleanup follows quickly, the odor issues created by decomposition do not arise. Cleaning issues remain the same, only with a recent suicide, blood remains wet or moist and requires more careful handling.

Mattresses and other furnishings require dissection. Materials disrespected require similar handling and disposal. For Eddie Evans, removing wet or moist blood soaked materials receives much attention. Whenever possible Eddie reduces the blood and other infectious material to zero or near zero infectiousness.

Eddie reduces infectiousness by using the toilet or sinks to pour blood down drains. Saturating some materials releases much or most of the blood into a vat of chemicals hostile to biohazardous life forms like HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C. Other viruses like flue viruses cannot survive in these chemicals either   .TOP

Some articles like clothing, bedding, books, and papers can also be reduced of their blood related contents. When reducing does not allow the best approach to disinfecting materials, sealing blood contaminated materials becomes another alternative. Powerful sealers like Zennsser B-I-N help to create a barrier between any infectious microbes and their external environment.

Biohazard cleanup produces bags of biohazardous waste at times. Unless the waste receives proper alteration, destruction, or sealing, it's add to a biohazard cleanup waste stream. Then biohazard waste transportion rules take charge of its handling for transportation to a holding freezer.

Because some suicide cleanup work entails removal of wide-spread biowaste, it may take longer. A thorough search of the suicide scene requires highlighting large areas for detailed cleaning. Any material remaining becomes an odor producing problem. As far as biohazards, decontamination should remove biohazard issues. Just the same, no material may remain upon completion of biohazard cleanup.

Eddie Evans charges more for shotgun suicides, usually. Obviously, biological contamination of material covers a wider areas. Entire rooms must receive detailed cleaning. Entire rooms may require sealing with Kilz or Zinnsser B-I-N. This takes time and money. So shotgun suicide's biohazard cleanup fees usually goes up.

On the "why" of suicide, much information on the subject exists on the Internet. We know that white males commit suicide more often than other demographic groups. In Cypress, a focus on this group makes sense for explaining suicide in a few words for the greater number of suicide victims. To this writer, Aristotle's theory of tragic characters goes a long ways to explain some suicidal behavior.

" The change of fortune should be not from bad to good, but, reversely, from good to bad. It should come about as the result not of vice, but of some great error or frailty, in a character" like Oedipus or Thyestes. (Aristotle's Poetics, page 76). This approach to understanding suicidal behavior may seem ideal for an explanation.

To the ideal we might add words like lonliness, shame, pain, loss of power or influence, economically charged anxiety, and other tems suggesting anxiety and depression's sources.

Homicide Cleanup

Homicide cleanup shares similarities with suicide cleanup and unattended death cleanup. A murder-suicide followed by decomposition will include the biohazard cleanup conditions noted above. Biohazard cleanup could include cutting out pieces of drywall and flooring. Of course removing pieces of wall, ceiling, and floor may follow any biohazard cleanup, depending on the spread of blood and other infectious-like materials. These conditions remain the exception, not the rule.

Trauma Cleanup

Trauma cleanup follows most of the the biohazard cleanup routines noted above. Trauma cleanup usually occurs because of accidents around machinery. Workers caught in moving machines lose limbs and copious amounts of blood flows threw and around machines. Biohazard cleanup around machines with sharp edges and pointed, protruding objects create biohazard cleanup risks beyond those found in many residential biohazard cleanup jobs.

Trauma incidents place biohazard cleanup workers in precarious positions at times. Exposed to machines that amputate, shred, and pierce arms, legs, and heads places biohazard cleanup technicians in tight spots. We might imagine how such tasks place the biohazard cleanup technician in an unfriendly environment for prolonged periods of time. Stress created by such work warrants great reward, but rarely do biohazard cleanup technicians receive much reward for their important work.


Training and Education

  • Crime Scene Cleanup (IICRC)
  • Carpet Cleaning (IICRC)
  • Decontamination - Nuclear, Biological, Chemical (US Army)
  • Floor Inspection (IICRC)
  • IICRC)Home Inspection - (AHIT) and (IICRC)
  • Mold Inspection and Restoration (NAMP)
  • Upholstery Cleaning (IICRC)
  • Water Damage and Restoration (IICRC)
  • AA, BA, MS


$999 maximum for most single death scenes.

 A brief explanation of biohazards --

Biohazard as word - Unfriendly microorganisms - From Nature with no Change (Ebola) - From Nature with Change (HIV) - Respect for Viruses - Global Warming and Habitat - Disinfecting Interior Habitat - Uncovering Unknowns

Biohazards have a long natural history. Their existence often predates any relationship with humanity. These "biohazards" existed in the wild long before making human contact.

Biohazard as Word

We learn important words in our relationship to nature and our use of the term biohazard. A miroorganism in the wild does not become a biohazard, if at all, until it threatens humans by infecting humans or their environment.

So when a microorganism becomes a threat to human health, we call it a "biohazard." We know for certain that trillions of microorganisms exist. Only a very small fraction of microorganisms create health threats to humans.

Unfriendly Microorganisms

Unfriendly microorganisms existed before humanity. These microorganisms, like viruses and bacteria, threaten human health without ever changing. Just by what they do, they threaten us. By different routes they travel into human society. By way of other animals, insects, wind, water, and other natural sources, unfriendly microorganisms move about our society and individuals.

Sometimes these microorganisms enter human society by way of human contact in the wild. Humans then transport these threatening microorganisms into society.

From Nature without Change

Ebola, a virus, came to us in this way. Ebola sounds like a biohazard cleanup nightmare, and it is. It always has been, except it only recently came into contact with humanity. TOP

Ebola existed on its own in the wild until humanity contaminated itself in the African wilderness. Ebola kills very quickly and death by Ebola has few equals. Not many viruses cause as much extreme pain as Ebola.

Fortunately for humanity Ebola kill quickly. If it remained dormant for long periods of time it would join other deadly biohazards like HIV. Since Ebola's victims do not live long, like 3 or 4 days, they do not have an opportunity to infect many people.

One would recognize an Ebola infected airline passenger instantly. We know from our institutions and medical workers that the virus responsible for Hepititis B causes the whites of human eyes to change to yellow. This indicate liver failure. So with Ebola and Hepatitis B, we know some viruses stand out at some point. Helpatitis B does take longer to show physical signs than Ebola.

From Nature with Change

HIV exists because of a virus that came to humanity from wild habitat and changed its contents, more than likely. It remained in human populations and traveled throughout our modern world in days because of our globalized planet. HIV now exists as a plague. Biohazard cleanup techniques should be learned by everyone because of HIV. Not just HIV, but other viruses capable of contaminating large populations by stealth give cause for universal biohazard cleanup training.

Respect for Viruses

In fact, humanity needs to get serious about respecting potentially deadly viruses. In Guiana, for instance, many thousands of people suffer from HIV. We would think that these people would somehow cause others to avoid HIV related behavior, but not so. People in Guiana continue infecting one another with HIV by inappropriate contact. HIV plagues Guiana and will do so elsewhere as a result.

Viruses mentioned above arose from human intrusion into wild habitat for viruses. Viruses like H1N1 become biohazard cleanup issues because they linger in human habitat. Neither HIV nor Ebola exist long without protective habitat. H!N!, a deadly flu virus, has survived in open conditions for up to 7 days.

In fact, H1N1 survives on commonly used surfaces for as long as a week, an eternity for some viruses. Young people coming into contact with this virus have a greatest risk of illness and death. For this reason everyone needs some form of biohazard cleanup understanding. Biohazard cleanup ought to become a common phrase in the American and English lexicons.

Put another way, using biohazard cleanup methodology must find its place in popular culture as a serious form of cleaning and decontamination. At this writing, "biohazard" has greater understanding as a popular band than a micro-organic life-form capable of causing illness and death. Before long cleaning occupations will need greater recognition for their part in public hygiene.

Orange County biohazard cleanup now has more to do with bloodborne pathogen cleanup than other biohazards, generally speaking. This change serves an important purpose nicely, but it's too narrow for future biohazard developments. Expect a future promising to unleash plagues never before imagined because of global warming.   TOP

Global Warming and Habitat

Global warming in the context of biohazard cleanup becomes important to those of us in the biohazard cleanup business. Because global warmth patterns now deposit greater amounts of moisture in the atmosphere, our air holds life-forms for longer periods of time. Conceivably, some airborne viruses like H1N! and tuberculosis, to name a couple, may adapt to warmer, moisture ladden climates. Biohazard's reach, their habitat, will expand. Other viruses yet to have names may soon join those with names as biohazards.

Beside creating viral niches for common viruses existing as biohazards, there are other species to consider. Consider, for instance, cross-species adaption of viruses on a warmer earth. HIV, some believe, represents one such cross-species adaption of a virus.

The poxes alone should cause us to take heed of biohazard cleanup's importance in its wider meaning. Not only should biohazard cleanup receive greater attention as a common task, but reducing habitat for common biohazards needs to become a common task for all. Waiting for biohazard cleanup technicians, janitors, custodians, and other cleaning trades people takes too much time. Like other viruses, poxes spread quickly and these adapt as well as jump from species to species. Think of chicken pox, monkey pox, horse pox, and other poxes.

Disinfecting Interior Habitat

Destroying biohazardous conditions helps to ensure biohazard cleanup technicians meet fewer or no biohazards. Today we leave indoor environmental hygiene to air conditioning and heating system filters and typical building maintenance and cleaning. This will not do in the future.

Benevolent but disinfecting enzymes and other organic chemicals have a place in public building hygiene. Expect green technologies to arise with two tasks. For a first task, create air filtering systems with decontaminating enzymes and chemical gases, like ozone. For a second task, run with little or no external energy sources. In this way 24/7 air filtration freed of external energy economies guarantees building owner's have no vested interest in cutting back on building disinfection equipment.

Schools, hospitals and other public buildings require these green, disinfecting air filtration systems now. These systems must have public acceptance before a necessity for their existence arises. By that time it will be too late, at least in terms of public hygiene.

Here's an unusual example of global warming's possible consequences for spreading of heretofore unknown viruses, or foremerly extinct viruses we might suppose.

Uncovering Unknowns

As the earth's temperature rises, 79,000 glaciers many begin to melt. Many have started. As a result artifacts from preivous, unknown societies and individuals begin to appear. Nature's lost life-forms also begin to appear. Because they've remained fairly well preserved under freezing ice, their biological structures remain intact in some cases.

The possibility of viruses passings from these once covered artifacts and cadavers arises as birds and animals begin to feed on them. This idea, not fact, does carry some sense of concern when the consequences of releasing a virus into a species without immunity. Supposing another species becomes host to such a virus, will it cross to other species, like humanity?

We can conjur up all sorts of virus senarios, and for the biohazard cleanup thinkers of the world, doing so makes a lot of sense. Of course science fiction writers do this type of thinking all the time. Michael Craigton, for one, follows these econological concepts in his writing.TOP

The National Environmental Health Organization (NEHO) supports the idea that human created green house gases play a role in earth's warming temerature. Whether or not humanity actually plays a role in addinto to green house gases. Here we've gone beyound the scope of this Orange County biohazard cleanup web page. Suffice it to say current earth science indicates such a relationship. See biohazard cleanup and global warming for more on this.

A modest concern here considers climate change and how it plays a role in the "resurgence and re-emergence of some diseases, especially vector-borne diseases (14-17)." Polkilothermic anthropods like mosquitoes and ticks threaten human populations with increased numbers as their habitat broadens with global change. We must remember that global warming means our atmosphere's lower 8 kilometers of earth's atmosphere has increased .6 centegrade in 50 years. TOP

We expect warmer temperatures to increase vector-borne pathogens to increase with humity and warmth. Estimates for the increase of malaria-transmitting mosquitoes may have expanded by over 50 to 80 million cases by the end of the last century.

Canada's warmer temperatures threaten to accelerate pathogen development by way of ticks.

Populations of mice and deer have a potential to increase because of greater food availability. Candad's warmer winders kill of fewer rodents and deer, leaving humans with more exposure to viruses eminating from these populations of vector carriers. More than likely for most of the earth, warming may result in rapid and complex changes to ecosystems and to the landscape. Unforeseen changes in the ecology of infectious diseases may change too. TOP

So in these ways terms like biohazard cleanup have a wider, deeper, broader meaning than we usually think about in blood cleanup. Because of threats in existence and those to arrive by nature's trespass into human society, and human society's trespass into nature, we must expect viral invasions. Likewise, because of cross-species' adapting by microorganisms that become biohazards, public hygiene must involve technologies not in existence. And last, because of global warming and it unforeseen influences on all biohazard forms of development and transmission, social control as well as social patterns for public hygiene will soon cause humanity's involvement in biohazard cleanup as we cannot imagine, yet.

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