News & Updates

Waste and Recycling Workers Week

Waste and Recycling Workers Week is Coming! Are You Ready To Celebrate?

The week of June 17th and Waste and Recycling Workers Week will be here before you know it! Are you ready to celebrate? This year it’s easier than ever to get your very own Waste and Recycling Workers Week items through the Waste & Recycling Workers Week Store and Store Specials. The clock is ticking! … Read more

Read the Article
WRWW Tshirts

Shop the Waste & Recycling Workers Week Store!

The week of June 17th and Waste and Recycling Workers Week are just around the corner. Now is the time to get your order in to ensure your Waste & Recycling Workers Week goodies arrive in time for your celebration. Whether you are ordering for yourself or as a gift for your employees, friends or … Read more

Read the Article

Proclamation Reminder: Bring Waste and Recycling Workers Week to Your Community!

Don’t forget to submit your Proclamation Requests or follow up on them if they have already been submitted. Would you like to see your town, city or state celebrate Waste and Recycling Workers Week this year? Now is the time to ask your Mayor, City Council and Governor to issue a proclamation recognizing June 17 as … Read more

Read the Article
Happy Earth Day from Waste and Recycling Workers Week

Time to Celebrate Earth Day with Us! | Earth Day 2021

Mr. Squirrel wants to say “Happy Earth Day!” Waste and Recycling Workers Week supports Earth Day! Let’s do our part and contribute to the global effort to make our world more sustainable. We believe that our children and the generations to come deserve to live in a healthy world. Be Environmentally friendly To help you … Read more

Read the Article

4 Ways to Save a Life

Saving a life may be easier than you think. With a few simple choices on the road, you can keep your neighbors, family and fellow commuters safe. These simple choice also make a big difference in workplace safety for our waste and recycling workers. Slow Down Speed plays a big roll in your ability to … Read more

Read the Article

Custom Truck Beds with Endless Possibilities

Order a Custom Truck Bed Is your child a garbage truck fan? Are you looking for an extra special bed for your kid? When the standard, mass-produced options just won’t cut it, you need a custom built, handcrafted truck bed. Family owned and operated and specializing in custom garbage truck beds, these handmade beds are … Read more

Read the Article

Celebrate a Small Business Owner on National Mom & Pop Business Owners Day

March 29th is National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day! Are you a small business owner? Now, more than ever we celebrate and applaud you for your long hours, hard work and dedication! You are a vital part of our communities and economy and we support you. Show your support to a small business today by shopping … Read more

Read the Article

Order Your Handcrafted Garbage Truck Bed

Featuring tool-free assembly, cabinet-grade wood and low to no VOC paints, these children’s garbage truck beds are custom designs and made by hand. Each bed is customized to the individual child’s style. With a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, lights, and sirens, the only limit is your imagination. Labor of Love These custom truck beds … Read more

Read the Article

Save a Life, Slow Down to Get Around!

Slow Down to Get Around When you are driving behind a garbage or recycling truck collecting household waste from curbside bins, slow down. Reducing your speed and leaving a little extra space to accommodate frequent stops could prevent an accident and save a life. And always slow down before passing a recycling or garbage truck. … Read more

Read the Article
The Role of Sanitation Workers in the COVID-19 Pandemic | Waste & Recycling Workers Week

Thanking Our Sanitation Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

It has been a year since our world came to a sudden halt. This time last year no one could have predicted just how long and difficult 2020 would be for us all. Through these difficult and  uncertain times, we have discovered a new-found appreciation for some of the most dedicated workers in our communities. … Read more

Read the Article