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a truck for collecting domestic refuse

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Now, 113 of the dustcart supervisor roles are being scrapped and staff offered alternative jobs of the same grade in other parts of the council.
To address these problems, engineering firm Parker Hannifin has been working with a big manufacturer of dustcarts in Spain to develop an innovative stored energy management technology.
I wonder if any reader could furnish more details of the parade and when the dustcarts were no longer included?
Rhondda Cynon Taf council expects to save pounds 8m by 2010 by replacing and updating its dustcarts, gritters, mobile libraries, minibuses, vans and lorries with brand new vehicles, rather than hiring them.
An alert was sounded last week, when dustmen reported bins falling off dustcarts as they were tipped up to be emptied.
Or she may be after a job on the dustcarts - after all she's bin round New York before.
Coun Trickett (Lab, Moseley and Kings Heath) explained that with the PS30 million government weekly refuse collection grant currently being spent on a million wheelie bins, a fleet of new dustcarts, and depot upgrades, the council is not about to hand the service over to another operator.
Serco, which carries out rubbish collections for Sandwell Council, found out about the toddler's fascination with dustcarts through his mother, Paula Flanagan.
Killjoy bosses have also outlawed badges and stickers on dustcarts, cars and vans because of health and safety fears.
But he said increasing parking problems on roads to the blocks meant the bin men couldn't always get the dustcarts down to the flats.
Dustmen have found the small bins falling off the dustcarts as they are tipped to be emptied - posing a danger to crews.
Charges could be high as pounds 1 a sack or as low as pounds 5 a month, or could be based on the weight of rubbish collected, with dustcarts fitted with scales to weigh each bin.
My father and brother were binmen in the 1960s and they had to carry metal bins on their shoulders to empty the rubbish into the dustcarts.
A local authority has found the purr-fect way of highlighting its commitment to conservation and climate change by liverying its new 20-strong fleet of Warwick-built Dennis Eagle dustcarts as tigers.
2: All council dustcarts are rear loaded; the controls are also at the rear just to the side of the hoists.