Have you thanked your garbage crew lately? Trash collectors go out in rain, sun, or snow, dealing with heavy trucks, garbage cans filled with all kinds of unpleasant things, and impatient commuters. Their work is long, sweaty, and stinky, and they're among the important first line of service workers who are often the first to spot problems in their communities, like signs that someone might be injured or dead inside a home.  See full article.

  Have you thanked your garbage crew lately? Trash collectors go out in rain, sun, or snow, dealing with heavy trucks, garbage cans filled with all kinds of unpleasant things, and impatient commuters. Their work is long, sweaty, and stinky, and they're among the important first line of service workers who are often the first to spot problems in their communities, like signs that someone might be injured or dead inside a home.  See full article.