Waste management company, Biffa, have placed a retrofit order for software to reduce its CO2 emissions and cut diesel costs by 9%.
Veolia is urging mums to consider a new career as a bin lorry driver as the national driver shortage is felt by councils across the country.
Walsall Council has invested in eight new Mercedes-Benz Econic refuse trucks, which join existing models on its fleet.
Investment from David Beckham will help Lunaz, which converts internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles to electric power, target the commercial fleet market.
The London Borough of Waltham Forest unveils new fleet of electric vehicles.
A new fleet of electric refuse trucks have been introduced to the streets of Manchester by Biffa.
The City of London Corporation claims it will become the first UK local authority to run a fully electric fleet of refuse collection vehicles.
A recently launched trading company owned by Ealing Council has ordered a new fleet of Mercedes-Benz trucks to collect waste and recyclables in the West London borough.
Refurbishment costs less than half the price of a new battery-electric model, claims converters.
Liverpool City Council has commissioned a new fleet of Mercedes-Benz refuse collection trucks that run on biogas.
Waste management and recycling specialist Hills Waste Solutions has added four new refuse collection vehicles (RCV) to its 60 strong commercial fleet.
Veolia has partnered with Westminster City Council, trialling two electric Refuse Collection Vehicles (eRCV) on the streets of London, in aid of its zero-emission plans.
Electra, the UK’s first fully electric refuse truck, will be trialled in the City of London next month as part of an initiative to drive down air pollution.