DON'T TRASH OUR JOBS

Don't trash our jobs: Wyong garbos stand united
Garbos help keep our communities healthy, clean and hygienic. Their work is unglamourous, difficult, dirty and dangerous every single day and usually occurs at unsociable hours. For this indispensable service to our community they deserve to be treated with respect and provided with fair pay and safe conditions.

When this doesn’t look like it’s going to happen the TWU is there to fight.

TWU MEMBERS TAKING ACTION
GARBOS FILTHY WITH COUNCILS

GARBOS FILTHY WITH COUNCILS

After 50 Central Coast waste operators turned Wyong Council Chambers into a sea of fluro last November, in January it was Gosford Council’s turn – and this time they brought 20 more of their workmates along! While we’re all tucked up in bed at night, waste operators...

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GARBOS KICK UP A STINK

GARBOS KICK UP A STINK

Over 50 Wyong waste workers marched on Wyong Council to protect their pay and conditions in the upcoming Waste Services Contract Renewal tendering process. Garbos help keep our communities healthy, clean and hygienic. Their work is unglamourous, difficult, dirty and...

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CAMPAIGN NEWS

Central Coast Remondis drivers spreading Christmas cheer

They start when we are sleeping, their trucks roll when we’re awake, they are the Central Coast Garbos who drive for Remondis picking up the bins around our suburbs. This Friday morning join Central Coast MP’s - David Harris, Member for Wyong and David Mehan, Member...

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Avoiding the trashing of Community Safety

Members who are employed by Remondis as Waste Operators on the Central Coast are on hold. It appears that the Central Coast Council and Remondis are more concerned about reducing the costs of garbage night than they are of ensuring that members' wages and conditions...

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Workforce: Central coast garbos go on strike

Workforce: Central coast garbos go on strike

Garbos at the new Central Coast Council based around Gosford began "indefinite industrial action" yesterday (June 2) to protest a refusal to safeguard jobs in the council's latest tendering process. The workers are employed by waste contractor Remondis which has the...

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