Allison Transmission will retrofit FuelSense 2.0 software to 493 Dennis Eagle and Mercedes-Benz Econic trucks for leading waste management company Biffa.
Cheltenham based environmental services company, Urbaser, has confirmed the acquisition of J&B Recycling, a waste management company operating in the North East of England.
SP Energy Networks and Dumfries & Galloway Council are piloting the UK’s first two Electra fully electric refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) for rural applications.
Following an open tender process via the Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation, Go Plant Fleet Services has recently delivered four new Dennis Eagle RCVs into Hyndburn Borough Council. Hyndburn BC now has a fleet of ten high specification RCVs to service the…
Paper Round, part of BPR Group, has received its fully electric-conversion vehicle from Refuse Vehicle Solution (RVS). The company is committed to transforming the future of resource management, and the switch to electric refuse collection vehicle is a significant step in achieving this goal.
Waste management specialist Select Environmental Services has added the first front-end loader to its fleet. The 32-tonne Arocs is also its first truck to be fitted with the manufacturer’s MirrorCam system.
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Specialist municipal leasing company Scammell Commercial has just added six new Isuzu trucks to its fleet covering 3.5 tonnes, 7.5 tonnes and 13.5 tonne GVW models.
NRG Fleet Services and its hire division Riverside Truck Rental (RTR) have supplied Wiltshire-based waste disposal, plant hire and civil engineering company MJ Church with the first Electra fully-electric refuse collection truck in the South West. The RCV will save six tonnes of CO2 from going into the atmosphere each year, according to calculations from manufacturer Electra Commercial Vehicles.
A series of faulty vehicle cameras and unrecorded footage on waste and recycling vehicles at South Ayrshire Council has led the council to switch to live camera systems remotely monitored and health-checked.