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Hats Off to All Our Heroic Sanitation Workers! Happy Garbage Man Day!

Note: With recent tornadoes and storms ravaging our area, we reached out to this company to help us get a portable toilet into an area with no electircity, water, etc. They were fantastic,  fast and so understanding. So today this appeared in our inbox, and we offer to them and all Sanitation Workers our most profound graitude and respect!

Please continue to keep the amazing survivors and their loved ones of the December 26th tornadoes in Texas, as well as all others involved in other tragic disasters all over the world, in your  thoughts and hearts, too. Thank you.

Sanitation Workers: The First Line of Community Protection & Crime Prevention – Featured Article from

Sanitation Workers helping law enforcement and first responders - - John Arwood - National Garbage Man Day

Sanitation Workers Watching Out For Safety

In a recent article posted on, John Arwood’s personal website, he highlighted several ways sanitation workers could partner with local first responders and law enforcement to help protect their communities.

As the safest communities have learned, partnerships between law enforcement officers and the public in crime prevention are the most effective ways of stopping criminals. Who better to help prevent crime than our very own sanitation workers? They are the workforce who are already in our neighborhoods and communities every day keeping us safe and clean. Garbage men provide extra eyes for police officers and know when something’s out of the ordinary. – John Arwood

Read the Full Article

Head over to to read the full article and learn more about the next steps you can take in your company or personally to partner with first responders in your local area.


Photo Credit: Arvell Dorsey, Jr

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