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Good Morning America's Ginger Zee gets fans talking with fluorescent yellow jacket

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Good Morning America star Ginger Zee had fans talking on Friday as she shared a new look - that of a trash collector.

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The beloved meteorologist took to social media to share a picture of her and tech correspondent Becky Worley out in New Jersey as they reported on the importance of reducing your trash footprint, and she rocked a fluorescent yellow builder's jacket with sturdy work boots.

WATCH: Ginger Zee braves the elements

"Talking trash with @beckyworleytech - the @epagov says each of us makes an average of 5 lbs of trash every day!" she captioned the post.

"Reducing your waste is huge- have you tried composting? I use @subpod — do you know how your waste is recycled? Thanks to @wastemanagement - always a leader in doing it right!"

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"Only lady who can make trash look good!" commented one fan as another joked: "Best looking sanitary engineers in NJ!"

"Love how hard you work to educate everyone, making the world a better place for your family and everyone else," added one fan.

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Ginger's fans loved the new look

The post comes weeks after the journalist revealed that she had been promoted to the Managing Editor of a brand new climate unit for the meteorology team.

The mom-of-two shared the news with a series of snippets from her international assignment in the Maldives. Alongside pictures of the wreckage caused by the rising sea levels and erosion on the beaches, she wrote: "So excited to announce - I have a new title (Chief Meteorologist & managing editor of the climate unit) & my team is growing.

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Ginger has been well-known for her work as chief meteorologist for ABC

"Feels right to post this announcement with the desperate situation I'm seeing here in the Maldives (sea level rise & erosion has taken groundwater supplies from 97% of their islands).

"We have an official climate unit now — and you'll see big coverage next week."

She also thanked her team of reporters and crew workers, concluding with: "I'm so proud of ABC's commitment to telling these stories."

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