Unison的Caroline Hennessy說，該協議 "對哈洛的一些最低工資的工人來說是巨大的。
The town's refuse collectors were set for a summer of disruption after 97% voted for industrial action, according to public service union, Unison.
Caroline Hennessy, of Unison, said the deal was "huge for some of the lowest-paid workers in Harlow.
She added that it would allow workers to "keep their heads above water amid spiralling food and energy costs.""No-one wanted strikes and we're glad that we can now call them off after Veolia finally agreed to talk to their staff about pay," she said.
Alastair Gunn, in charge of governance, said: "The new pay offer is good news for the hardworking bin crews and for Harlow residents.
"There is a clear need to ensure an improved way of negotiating these matters locally is established in future. I look forward to working with Veolia and Unison to ensure that this happens."
In 2021 residents were left with late bin deliveries after problems with the council's contract with Veolia.