Waste and recycling news
WASTE DISPUTE UPDATE: Birmingham City Council’s detailed response to the latest claims from Howard Beckett of Unite the Union
Birmingham City Council’s detailed response to the latest claims from Howard Beckett of Unite the Union.
Updated contingency plan for bin collections
Changes are being made to the contingency plan drawn up for bin collections in Birmingham as industrial action continues.
Waste collection contingency plans announced
A contingency plan for waste collections has been finalised following the announcement from Unite regarding its intention to take industrial action within the council’s Waste Management service.
Waste management modernisation update - 9 October 2018
Following the finalisation of a collective agreement between the Trade Unions and Birmingham City Council, a new operating model for waste collection services in the city was launched on 24 September
Missed bin collections - 3 January 2018 update
The following is an updated statement on recent missed bin collections in parts of Birmingham in recent weeks:
Bin collections suspended - 11 December 2017
The following is a statement about the safety-related suspension of bin collections in Birmingham tomorrow (Monday 11 December 2017).
Update on waste collection service plan - August 31
In order to protect its legal and financial position, the council is issuing redundancy notices to the Grade 3 Leading Hands in the refuse service – as approved by Cabinet on 27 June.
Paper and card recycling South Yardley
To ensure paper and cardboard can be recycled during the ongoing industrial dispute, the council has teamed up with Smurfit Kappa to offer a kerbside service to residents in South Yardley ward.
Paper and card recycling in Sutton Trinity
To ensure paper and cardboard can be recycled during the ongoing industrial dispute, the council has teamed up with Smurfit Kappa to offer a trial kerbside service to residents in Sutton Trinity ward.