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Minimum garbage collection in Salt, protected by the police

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The FCC Medio Ambiente company has increased the number of workers and garbage trucks in the municipality to collect the accumulated garbage and comply with the minimum services, after the third meeting between union representatives and the company ended on Friday night without an agreement .

The mayor of Salt, Jordi Viñas, had announced this morning that would carry trucks from another company garbage collection to clean up the city if this Saturday FCC did not comply with agreed minimum services. The mayor said he had reports from the Department of Labor that would make it clear that the minimum services were not being met and said the council was fed up with the situation.

But in the end, it was not necessary for this second company to take action. In the early afternoon, several FCC garbage dumps appeared to clear some of the population’s points. where more waste accumulated and they have been loading them into trucks.

The Salt Garbage Collection Strike began on the night of December 25th. Forty workers in Salt are demanding a work agreement and the hiring of temporary staff. They also report that there are few pickup trucks and that they are very old.

Operators began picking up trash this Saturday accompanied by the Mossos d’Esquadra and the Local Police of the municipality, to avoid confrontations with the other workers on strike.

The FCC workers’ strike in Salt began on the night of December 25 (ACN)

From the council they make it clear that the population will not be completely cleaned, but only what is stipulated in the minimum services, which, they say, until now were not being met.

The mayor of Salt has assured that the council will study a waste tax cut once the strike is over.

Salman Sahr

Salman is a journalist at UsamaSpeaks.com and he deals with Latest News, World News, and Business News. Salman is a very professional and authentic news journalist.

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