Refuse workers struck across Birmingham for almost five hours last Friday and for two hours on Monday.
The Unite union members are fighting 122 redundancies and other attacks as part of a restructuring scheme.
Their walkout was solid at all the four depots and workers in the Unison union respected picket lines.
The Labour-run council wants to move from a four-day to a five-day week with 113 workers being downgraded and losing overtime.
Pickets at Redfern Road depot explained that some workers could lose up to £4,000 a year.
Workers are determined to resist. They voted by 90 percent for strikes.
They plan four more strikes with the next on Tuesday of next week.
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