Jason Airey, MD of CMS SupaTrak, and Ralph Wilce, Founder of Wijs Air, have been selected as Working Party Chairs for the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality (WCRAQ).
Scarab Sweepers has launched new its hire division, Scarab Direct Hire, to provide its UK customers with Scarab’s road sweeping vehicles for a fixed fee with maintenance and support included.
Belgian logistics company, Colruyt is the first to test a 44-tonne electric hydrogen truck in Europe. Dutch company VDL built the HGV, and it only emits water vapour and works with green hydrogen, generated with green power. The vehicle’s fuel cell converts hydrogen into electricity to recharge the batteries while moving.
Fifteen transport businesses and organisations including DPD, CMS SupaTrak, and the Westminister Commission on Road Air Quality have joined forces with environmental law charity ClientEarth to urge the UK government to fast-track action on air pollution. In an open letter…
Islington’s efforts to electrify its fleet are continuing, with the borough becoming the first in London to use a new purpose-built fully electric RCV.
has launched the Green Machines 500H2TM street sweeper with a hydrogen fuel cell that converts oxygen and hydrogen into electricity.
Electra Commercial Vehicles has provided Scotland’s first entirely operational electric RCV to North Lanarkshire Council. Electra’s strategic partner Riverside Truck Rental will be supporting the new truck from its Bells Hill Depot with its HV4-trained technicians. North Lanarkshire’s Electra has…
Hire company Johnson Plant has purchased a new JCB electric mini excavator helped the company secure a host of new contracts.
Refuse Vehicle Solutions (RVS) has sold the first e-One converted electric RCV to the Recycling Partnership since launching its new electric re-powering solution at the end of September.
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