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Statement from DDDC: -
Industrial action called by the GMB Union is scheduled to escalate to strike days for Serco's local union staff tomorrow (Friday) and this coming Monday, 18 October.
Work-to-rule measures put in force this week by the GMB Union have already disrupted some waste and recycling collections.
As more than half of Serco's bin staff here in the Dales are GMB members, the likelihood is that collections on Friday and Monday will be severely impacted More »
Union strike action coupled with sickness absences is likely to reduce the number of available drivers from 22 to just six. Driver numbers are already at a reduced level due to the nationwide HGV shortage.
If the strikes happen it means available crews will focus on household waste collections only, with no available resource to tackle any scheduled recycling or garden waste collections.
We are naturally disappointed that Derbyshire Dales residents should have to suffer further disruptions and urge the GMB Union and Serco to resolve their dispute quickly. » Less
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Posted: Thu, 19 Aug 2021 11:35 by Deborah Stansfield
Waste Collection Update 30th July 2021
Please see below the latest update from Derbyshire Dales District Council:-
"For your information, please note that Serco have some catch-up crews operating tomorrow (Saturday) ahead of the major sweep-up of missed collections starting on Monday, so please encourage residents to leave out any containers.
The continuing suspension of food waste collections has enabled all scheduled collection rounds to be tackled today, but, as you know, the sheer volume of waste and recycling currently being collected means trucks fill up quickly, so unfortunately some rounds may not be completed." More »
After discussing this with DDDC they have requested that you leave out your blue or grey bins on Saturday 31st July 2021 if they were not collected on the last scheduled collection dates in case tomorrow's crews are able to get into your area. » Less
Posted: Fri, 30 Jul 2021 15:38 by Deborah Stansfield