New Refuse Collection Vehicles Sporting Educational Graphics 2018-07-10 14:43:24 Quick Change Bin Truck Graphics from Spedian Brings Recycling Message to Worcester Spedian, a reusable vehicle graphics system from the UK, is helping Worcester Council advise residents about how to recycle their household waste in order to clamp down flocks of seagulls. read more ... Fuel Saving Tech for RCVs, a Big Order for DAF and More… 2018-03-12 17:24:20 SOMETHING EXTRA: Waste Collection & Handling Product News WMW's Collection & Handling chief editor, Malcolm Bates rounds up the latest product news for the waste and recycling industry. read more ... Double Capability for Hook & Skip Loader 2018-02-13 14:56:22 Harsh and True – Demountable Skiploarder When is a skip-loader of no use? The answer? When you need a hooklift truck instead. Now skiptruck and hookloader manufacturer Harsh has an answer – a demountable skiploader!
 read more ... Volvo’s Automated Waste Collection Vehicles 2018-01-17 14:54:28 IN DEPTH: Autopilot for Refuse Collection Vehicles It works for aircraft. It works for harvesters in agriculture. So why shouldn’t refuse collection vehicles benefit from ‘autonomous technology’? Malcolm Bates investigates... read more ... New Equipment for Waste Industry from Daimler AG & CAT 2017-11-20 13:07:40 Waste & Recycling Collection & Handling News WMW’s Malcolm Bates brings us up to date with the latest developments in refuse collection vehicles and plant equipment for the waste industry. read more ... A Guide to the Changing Technology of Waste Collection 2016-09-08 13:00:16 BLOG: A Pictorial History of Biffa Waste Services Collection Vehicles New book covers Biffa’s fleet of dry and liquid waste collection vehicles, as well as the key acquisitions of other UK waste companies made by the firm from the 70s. read more ... BIC Study Points to 64% Reduction in GHG Emissions from Waste Collection 2016-08-23 13:15:54 Report: Zoned Waste & Recycling Collections Could Cut New York Air Pollution Establishing commercial waste collection zones could reduce associated traffic by 49% to 68% and greenhouse gas emissions by 42% to 64%, according to a study by the New York City Business Integrity Commission. read more ...
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