This document outlines a comprehensive protocol for Wildlife Control Operators (WCOs) to safely and ethically clean up raccoon latrines within structures. Raccoon latrines can pose a significant health risk to humans due to the potential presence of Baylisascaris procyonis, or raccoon roundworm. While there are guidelines for outdoor latrine removal, there is a lack of industry standards for indoor cleanup services. This protocol aims to ensure the safety of clients and WCOs and prevent unethical business practices.
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