The unions of the Street cleaning and garbage collection in Gipuzkoa They return to the mobilizations and will do so with a first concentration before the San Sebastián Festival. They do this “due to the blockade by the employers, which prevents progress in the negotiations.” ELA, LAB, CCOO and UGT agree with this criticism. Nine months have passed since negotiations began.
“We must not forget that they are currently working in this sector more than 1,500 people including street cleaning, garbage collection, landfills, incinerators, beach cleaning, selective collection, recycling plants, wastewater, etc.,” union representatives said this morning.
In January, unions presented 28 talking points, including: the CPI and retirement improvements with the aim of improving working conditions in the industry. But after four months of waiting the superiors has rejected virtually all proposals.
On June 17, hundreds of workers demonstrated in Donostia. “At the beginning of the new course, against this background of negotiations and the loss of purchasing power of the workforce, we have decided from the social side to initiate a high-intensity mobilization cycle that will begin in the fall.” the same week with a concentration at Zinemaldia‘ they warned.
And they add that in this way they address not only employers, but also the city councils and associations that are key players in this conflict of outsourced public services. “As early as May, the unions called for meetings in all town halls and we were received by no one. “We call on all employees to join the prepared mobilizations and show our unity and determination in the fight for a fair agreement.”