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John Arwood June 08, 2014 at 06:46 PM
June 17th, National Garbage Man Day This June, John D. Arwood invites the nation to celebrateRead Moretrash collectors, dumpster haulers, sewage workers, street cleaners and just about anyone who does the dirty jobs that we would rather not do ourselves. Arwood is raising awareness for our garbage men and women that make our cities and homes livable. “Garbage men are a sign of a healthy city,” said Arwood. Whether it’s the people who empty your fast food grease traps or deliver your port-a-potties, these are the people who make our lives smell better. John D. Arwood found his enjoyment for recycling at a young age gathering aluminum cans around the neighborhood on his bicycle. Arwood grew up alongside his father in garbage collection and conservation. It has become a passion in the family. When asked about his family’s American Indian heritage, Arwood feels it plays a significant role in their decision to choose a pathway of conservation and honoring the environment by leaving a clean footprint
Jim Kirkland May 24, 2014 at 10:30 AM
AOL pulled the plug on most patches. MP's is barely on life support. Too bad, the idea was really Read Moregood, just not profitable.
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