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Lannion-Trégor Community recognizes that there was a malfunction in the waste collection on August 20 in Trébeurden; faulty rippers will be penalized. At Nokia, employees are still fighting against the social plan and have produced symbolic silhouettes. In Plouisy, a school unique in France has reopened its doors; it trains agents in the circular economy. Our update from Thursday, September 3.
Lannion-Trégor Community sanctions the rippers. On August 20, a resident of Trebeurden found that the two garbage cans, with yellow lids and gray lids, had been emptied into one and the same dump truck. Yoann Hamon immediately alerted the services of Lannion-Trégor Community (LTC) who corrected the situation. “This practice is of course unacceptable… It is the individual act of a few agents. It is subject to disciplinary sanctions against agents who did not follow the instructions, "LTC admitted in a statement. (More info on this dysfunction)
Nokia: 402 silhouettes for 402 jobs lost. Nokia Lannion employees continue to mobilize against the social plan which could lead to the closure of the site. In recent days, they have used circular saws and brushes to create 402 wooden figures. These will be hung against the fence on Tuesday, the date of a new meeting in Paris with the unions. (The entire report)
In Plouisy, a school that trains in the circular economy. The first promotion of Low Tech Skol has resumed in Kernilien, in Plouisy. These thirteen adults are trained in electricity and welding to become agents in the circular economy. for example, their mission in companies will be to reduce water or electricity consumption, to repair coffee machines, printers or computers… or to eliminate unused telephone or internet subscriptions. This 1,050-hour course is, for the moment, unique in France. (All the info)