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As Bradford’s Clean Air Zone went into force, the first Dennis Eagle eCollect was put to work by Bradford Council after successfully trialling the all-electric vehicle earlier this year. The council’s goals are to install an actual zero-emissions fleet of…
Birmingham City Council is trialling its first eCollect to combat climate change and air pollution.
Research by Allison Transmission has revealed that many commercial vehicle fleets could cut their fuel consumption by requesting different axle ratios to those routinely offered on new vehicles. This simple change to a truck’s specification costs nothing yet can significantly reduce running costs and carbon emissions. Savings will likely be most significant on duty cycles with frequent stop-starts around town or on minor rural roads.
Waste collection vehicle hire specialist Fiveways Group has announced that it will donate all the revenue generated from hiring the company’s brand-new Dennis vehicle to the Alzheimer’s Society.
Dennis Eagle has launched the new all-electric eCollect refuse collection vehicle.
Wales’ first electric-powered recycling truck has joined Conwy County Borough Council’s fleet of vehicles.
The implementation of CMS SupaTrak’s telematics solutions has helped Ubico reduce its carbon emissions, lower its fuel bills, and assist drivers in adopting a safer style of driving.
Is electric vehicle range anxiety a genuine concern, or is it all in your head? Bucher Municipal shares internal testing results on its popular truck-mounted and compact electric sweeper models to demonstrate no need for concern about the machines’ ability to carry out their demanding tasks.
Air quality monitoring, the lack of investment in alternative fueling infrastructure, and the need for greater collaboration on procurement to enable local authorities to access funding were among the topics discussed at the first-ever WCRAQ air quality and emissions reduction debate at the Titanic Centre in Belfast on October 12, 2021.