Councils demonstrate the potential for electric RCV technology
A Geesink electric RCV took to the streets of Cambridge on Thursday 20 June, Clean Air Day 2019, to demonstrate the potential of electric technology for waste management fleets. The event was organised with South Cambridgeshire District Council and Cambridge City Council, which together operate the Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service, responsible for collecting eight million bins in South Cambridgeshire villages and Cambridge city each year.
‘Sustainability is hugely important to our business and Geesinknorba has been pioneering alternative fuel solutions for many years. Our Li-On Power Pro electric technology can help waste and recycling fleets reduce emissions, improve local air quality, and save on running costs and today was a great opportunity to demonstrate the vehicle in and around Cambridge. I would like to thank everyone involved in organising such a fantastic event.’