Twelve days into a waste-workers strike against France's planned pension reform, more than 8,000 tonnes of waste remain uncollected along Paris streets. In a Friday morning update, Paris City Hall also said that three waste treatment sites remained being in connection with strike activity and a fourth was partially closed. Le Figaro reported earlier this week that three waste to energy plants belonging the local authority waste management syndicate Syctom were among the affected facilities....
Striking Paris bin collectors to be ordered back to work
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