street sweeper

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Noun1.street sweeper - a worker employed to clean streets (especially one employed by a municipal sanitation department)street sweeper - a worker employed to clean streets (especially one employed by a municipal sanitation department)
cleaner - someone whose occupation is cleaning
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GOING NOWHERE Police called to warehouse talk to one of the lorry drivers, above left, and also to the owner of the road sweeper who had blocked exit from the site
Global and Chinese Road Sweeper Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the the global road sweeper industry with a focus on the Chinese situation.
London, December 17 ( ANI ): Duchess Kate, who seems to be proud of her descendants being coal miners and road sweepers, has blue blood ancestry as well, researchers say.
AN PENSIONER claims street cleaners left rubbish piling up in his lane for six weeks, at a time when Cardiff council is cutting road sweepers by more than a third.
Cannon Park residents are not very happy with their roads, especially near Newport School, which are disgraceful due to the lack of a road sweeper and these people are paying community tax.
THE driver of a road sweeper was taken to hospital after it overturned, trapping him inside.
The chippings are rolled into the new road surface, with excess chips removed using a mechanical road sweeper.
We used to see the mechanical road sweeper every week.
The organisation's chief executive Seyi Obakin slept next to the prince on their makeshift bed and said the "hairiest moment" came when they were almost run over by a road sweeper.
He said the "hairiest moment" had been when they were almost run over by a road sweeper.
Minutes later, a council road sweeper came along, picked up some of it but left the majority lying.
The means of collecting the metal is being developed by Birmingham University scientists, who want to use friendly bacteria that can eat platinum mixed with other biodegradable waste in dustbins and road sweeper containers.