Everybody poops, but not everybody has to deal with a cartel when trying to dispose of it.
This is a widespread problem for residents of Dakar, capital of Senegal. The city’s sanitation relies heavily upon septic tanks and latrine pits, which have to be routinely emptied. If not drained on a frequent basis, the latrine systems overflow, wreaking (or reeking?) havoc on residents, writes Jay Stooksberry.
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