Congressman has ‘fun’ dealing with waste
© Greg Nash

Rep. Mike QuigleyMichael (Mike) Bruce QuigleyQuestions swirl over whether House Intel will enforce Bannon subpoena House Dems urge Trump to fully fund Amtrak partners Furor grows over Nunes intel memo MORE (D-Ill.) has gone undercover again, this time as a water treatment plant operator.

Last week, the congressman continued his initiative in which he walks in other people’s shoes for a day. The jobs he’s taken on include zookeeper, garbage man and pouring metal at a metal refinery.

As a water treatment plan operator, Quigley raked plastic waste at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago. He also dumped “treated solids out” of railroad cars, according to a press release.

On Twitter, he said doing these jobs is “always fun.”