refuse collector


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Noun1.refuse collector - someone employed to collect and dispose of refuserefuse collector - someone employed to collect and dispose of refuse
hauler, haulier - a haulage contractor
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refuse collector

[ˈrɛfjuːzkəˌlɛktəʳ] nnetturbino

refuse2

(ˈrefjuːs) noun
rubbish; waste material from eg a kitchen.
refuse collector, refuse collection vehicle
a person who collects, a vehicle for collecting, rubbish.
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Flintshire council has confirmed that the refuse collector was with a bin lorry on a recycling collection round when the incident happened.
But qualifying for her first Olympic Games - the refuse collector by day competes in the 69kg category on Wednesday - held extra significance for Perdue, one of 11 siblings.
The body of former refuse collector Ray Roberts, 63, was found at his home in Park Road, Colwyn Bay.
In southwark, south London, a refuse collector was injured after being pepper sprayed by a member of the public and in Chorley, Lancs, a van driver confronted the driver of a council refuse truck with a machete.
He chased Mr Van Linden, injuring him on the wrist and neck, before the terrified refuse collector sought refuge in a nearby house, where he rang police.
He said: "It isn't the job of a refuse collector to swap rubbish from one bin to another.
He worked for the City of Burbank for 38 years as a refuse collector, retiring in 1987.
Total quantity or scope: A refuse collector (Carrier 19 t, 14 m3 bucket, rocker)
Today, however, the refuse collector scooped out half of the papers from my box claiming it - the box - was too heavy to lift to empty into his wheelie bin and left the remainder of the paper in the box and left it by the roadside.
An anonymous refuse collector who cares Name and address supplied
It is thought he was exposed to deadly dust while working as a refuse collector for Liverpool City Council from 1965 to 1989, or as a labourer in the 1950s for C Roberts at Breeze Hill.
Torfaen council warned residents that a refuse collector could have been seriously injured by the knife, which was left in a plastic carrier bag with some plastic bottles in a recycling box in Cwmbran.