- "Take yer horse or cow dung. Good fertiliser and it burns well when dried, if’n you don’t mind the stink. Pig slop, on the other hand..."
- —Anonymous Dung Collector[1a]
Ensuring the streets are clean, these brave workers walk the alleys and thoroughfares with shovel and sturdy fortitude, pushing the worst of the offal out of the way to allow people to walk. Some are enterprising businessmen working the districts who can afford them, whilst others work for the city, patrolling the districts of those who pay them. While certainly not glorious, dung collectors often make do by selling dried dung as cheap fuel through the winters.[2a]