A while ago I wrote an article. on the “droppings” from dogs. In it I wondered how owners dealt with doggie doo doo, especially during times of blizzards, but on a daily basis too.
I gave some stats on this that were fairly startling, but it was even more surprising to think of all this additional material going into our landfills. All landfills state they don't accept this “organic waste”, but no one really seemed to know what to do with it.
What I love about this guy is how he is getting rich from his true love of animals and and at the same time his concern for the environment. What an example of how passion and perseverance overcomes all obstacles! As he remarks, it really is a stinky job, but it obviously pays well.
On going to his youtube videos, one on orientation to the pail, and another on orientation to the scoop it becomes apparent that some of his customers feel that as long as they pay him for doing an unpleasant task they can get away with inconsiderate additions to their doggie doo doo. This has serious repercussions for Bill, as the important part of his career involves actually taking the stuff to a waste treatment plant, so that it doesn't enter the landfills.
This is what Bill does. This is how you can help someone in your area who does a similar job.
Don't have this service? Maybe start agitating for one, or start one yourself, because we all know, it's just a fact of life, doo-doo happens.
Best wishes for a great weekend!