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Greyhound wants faster, cheaper binmen in battle of the bins'

Protest planned for Dublin tomorrow as bin dispute drags on, writes Gerald Flynn.

6th July, 2014
Workers picket against a lockout at Greyhound Recycling & Recovery Crag Avenue, Clondalkin

Hundreds of workers are planning to protest at Dublin City Council tomorrow evening claiming that over 80 staff have been locked out because they refused to accept a one-third cut in the pay announced by Greyhound Recycling management last month.

Greyhound wants its waste and recycling bin collectors to take a one-third cut in wages and lift more bins so that they average three bins emptied every minute.

The ‘bins per hour’ (BPH) rate is one...

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