There had not been discussions for two weeks, but those of January 5 were not successful either. For three weeks now, the Toulouse Métropole garbage collector has been on strike. They have accepted the end of the “finished game”, but claim three times more days of compensation than what the community wishes to grant them.
This Thursday, January 6, at dawn, the unions (FA-FPT Autonomes, FO, CGT, Unsa) voted to continue the movement. This morning they are blocking the deposits of Grape, at Minimes (17 blocked trucks), that of Monlong at Mirail (29 trucks blocked). Lights and pallets prevent trucks from entering and exiting these sites. Since the filing of The union, four trucks were able to leave this morning, that is to say half of the workforce. The site of Colomiers is not yet concerned, just like the selective collection depot which manages the blue bins of recyclables in Sesquieres.
An appointment before Jean-Luc Moudenc within 48 hours
The inter-union arrives before the end of the morning to send a letter to Jean-Luc Moudenc to request a hearing before this Saturday, January 8. The president of Toulouse Métropole did not want to get involved in the conflict until then, leaving its vice-president Vincent Terrail-Novès to take care of it.
Trade unions threaten to result in all five deposits in the movement if the mayor of Toulouse does not get involved in the negotiations.