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Free coffee, donuts greet Hamilton’s waste collection workers

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working tirelessly throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to keep their city clean.Maureen Sauve, along with husband David and daughter Lauren, set up a drive-thru coffee trailer inside of Hamilton’s waste collection yard on Thursday morning.

City of Hamilton, waste collectors find common ground Operators starting their shifts were able to drive their garbage trucks up to the window, order free coffee and donuts, and hit the road.[ Sign up for our Health IQ newsletter for the latest coronavirus updates ]Steven Bailey, the city’s superintendent of waste collection, says it’s a “fantastic” recognition for a group of workers who “haven’t missed a beat” during COVID-19.Bailey says there was “fear at the beginning,” but they’ve persevered through.

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