Global Garbage Man Day | June 17
Sat Jun 17th

Global Garbage Man Day

Global Garbage Man Day, on June 17th, takes time to honor the men and women who keep our communities clean.


We'll list the experts who collect the garbage, recyclables, and castoffs from our homes and communities by several names. We appreciate their arrival on a regular basis, whether they are sanitation experts or waste management specialists.

Waste management's role goes far beyond garbage collection. In fact, waste management provides a variety of services and programs that help us minimize and minimize the impact we have on our environment. Today's observance commemorates the strides the industry and experts are making to ensure a better world for all of us.

How to celebrate global garbage man day?

Thank your garbage men and women. You can also participate in your local recycling initiatives. Learn more about your community's sanitation needs and find out how the system works. If you have unusually large amounts of garbage to be picked up, meet the employees at the curb and give them a hand loading the garbage. To post on social media, use the hashtag #GarbageManDay.

Global garbage man day history is the longest in human history

In 2011, John D. Arwood established National Garbage Man Day to honor the men and women who work hard in the industry to keep communities safe and clean. The International Garbage Man Day was the culmination of worldwide recognition of efforts around the world.

On the calendar, there are several more appreciation days. Check these out: Check these out: Check these out:

  • Logistics Day
  • Professional House Cleaners Day is the day for a professional house cleaners
  • National Rehabilitation Awareness Week is this week
  • Law Enforcement Appreciation Day is the day of Appreciation Day
  • Pride In Food Serice Week is this week
  • Vet Girls RISE Day
  • This Week is National Teacher Appreciation Week

The june 17th is the 17th anniversary of the june 17th in the United States' most prestigious tradition


Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean as a passenger aboard a plane flown by Wilmer Shultz.


The first G.I. Joe cartoon from Yank magazine is published. G.I. Joe, a comic strip artist and former Army Sergeant David Breger, became a permanent member of Americana.


Dr. Richard H. Lawler performed the first kidney transplant at Little Company of Mary Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Ruth Tucker will live another five years despite the fact that the patient's body rejected the kidney 53 days later.


Five men broke into the Democratic National Committee headquarters, breaking into the Democratic National Committee's headquarters. The Watergate scandal was caused by the break-in and their subsequent detention. President Richard Nixon will resign the presidency two years later.

The 17th anniversary of the june 17th national celebrations in june 17th

1865 – 1865 susan la flesche picotte – 1865 – 1865

Susan La Flesche Picotte of Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania attended Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania. She became the first Native American woman to earn a medical degree in 1889.

1871 james weldon johnson – 1871 james weldon johnson – 1871 – 1871

Under President Theodore Roosevelt, James Weldon Johnson, a civil rights activist and composer, became the United States consul to Puerto Cabello in Venezuela. He is also known for writing the song Lift Every Voice and Sing.

1903: 1903 ruth wakefield – 1903 ruth wakefield – 1903 ruth wakefield

The American baker will be a household name in baking. Instead of baker's chocolate, she added semi-sweet chocolate to a chocolate cookie dish in 1937. The chocolate chip cookie had the most delectable result!

Art bell – 1945

Art Bell, the radio broadcaster and creator of the radio show Coast to Coast AM syndicated, concentrated on the mysterious, conspiracies, and extraterrestrials. With new hosts and new unexplained phenomena, His program continues to thrive.