Last year, RentHop reported, the city received 28,315 animal/human waste complaints, 35 percent more than 2017.But as of November 6 this year, the city has received, again, more than 25,000. That’s about 81 per day for each of the 310 days in RentHop’s study. If complaints continue at that rate, the city will get another 5,265 by December 31, which would bring the total to about 30,265.So for 2019, San Francisco is headed for a 6.9-percent increase from last year’s record-breaking number. That would track with the 7 percent increase through November 7.Unsurprisingly, the filthiest locales in San Francisco are “in the city center areas of San Francisco,” the website reported. “Tenderloin has been on a winning streak for the ‘poopiest neighborhood’ contest for the past three years.”The density of complaints in the high-crime neighborhood — feces reports per square mile — are the highest in the city.