Denver EPA employee placing feces in office hallway
It appears that the: Environmental Protection Agency office in Denver is having some environmental problems of their own.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency asked its employees in Denver this year to stop leaving a dangerous pollutant — human feces — in office hallways, according to a report that circulated on Wednesday.
Managers in the EPA’s Region 8 office in Denver, Colorado emailed their entire staff to plead a cease-and-desist case for whoever had been pooping and fleeing.
It is disturbing enough that the: EPA is paying someone who does insane things like this.: But what’s almost as: crazy is that: the management thought it necessary to consult: a: workplace violence expert: to inform them: that pooping in the hallway is a health and safety risk.:
The Environmental Protection Agency funds hundreds thousands of studies each year into the harmful effects of volatile chemical compounds, so it should seem logical that Cantor consulted with John Nicoletti, a ‘national expert’ in workplace violence, to quantify the health risks.
Feces left in areas where people walk is: ‘very dangerous’ and: a genuine health and safety risk, Nicoletti helpfully concluded, adding that whoever dropped the deuce would ‘probably escalate’ his or her behavior to something even more dastardly.
Your tax dollars at work people.
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