Congressman has ‘fun’ dealing with waste
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Rep. Mike QuigleyMichael (Mike) Bruce QuigleyBlack Dems see bias in response to sexual harassment cases Dem on Flynn: 'Karma can be very difficult' House Intel Dem visits Cyprus for Russia probe 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.”