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SANY returns to the Executive Hire Show 2023

SANY returns to the Executive Hire Show 2023

SANY UK & Ireland is delighted to be exhibiting at the Executive Hire Show next month, where the manufacturer will be showcasing a range of machines for the construction and UK plant hire industry that offer exceptional overall value combined with toughness and durability.   Making its UK debut will be the SY19E, the new...

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Is the skip loader of the future electric?

Is the skip loader of the future electric?

By Dominic Scholfield THE short answer to the above is ‘yes’. But if you’d like a little more context, read on… The Government has already announced that all new HGVs up to 26t will need to be ‘zero-emission at tailpipe’ by 2035, and those over 26t by 2040. ‘Zero emission at tailpipe’ effectively means electric,...

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Transport Minister and Mayor of Teesside witness hydrogen refuelling of the Electra eCargo FCEV

Transport Minister and Mayor of Teesside witness hydrogen refuelling of the Electra eCargo FCEV

TRUDY Harrison, Minister of State for Transport and Ben Houchen, Mayor of Teesside, were the first senior politicians in the country to see the live refuelling of Electra Commercial Vehicles’ 19-tonne hydrogen fuel cell temperature-controlled HGV at Teesside on Wednesday, 31 August. The event underlined how hydrogen vehicles are out there and working with a fully...

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Electric refuse vehicles to hit the streets of Exeter from July

Electric refuse vehicles to hit the streets of Exeter from July

ELECTRIC refuse vehicles are set to start work in Exeter, providing local residents with cleaner air and reduced noise. Starting from July 1st the vehicles of electric refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) will help the city achieve its target of being carbon neutral by 2030 by producing zero emissions. Comprised of three Dennis Eagle eCollect 27t...

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New electric fleet for Exeter City Council

New electric fleet for Exeter City Council

EXETER City Council will soon be taking delivery of three new electric refuse vehicles, which will ultimately be powered by renewable energy sources, to help the city achieve its target to become carbon neutral by 2030. Following a successful trial last year three Dennis Eagle eCollect 26t electric Refuse Collection Vehicles (RCVs) will be delivered...

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New electric refuse vehicle fleet for Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole

New electric refuse vehicle fleet for Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole

Four new eye-catching Dennis Eagle e-Collect electric refuse vehicles powered by 100% green electricity have joined BCP Council’s fleet as part of the council’s commitment to make its operations carbon neutral by 2030. Councillor Mark Anderson, Portfolio Holder for Environment and Waste, BCP Council, said: “We made a clear commitment to our residents that we...