London LEZ compliant waste vehicles for Brewsters Waste
Waste management company Brewsters Waste, which provides waste services to businesses across London and Essex, has upgraded its fleet of refuse vehicles to Euro 6 to help reduce air pollution in the capital and meet new low emissions regulations. The company operates a fleet of 44 vehicles.
Barry Brewster who owns the business said: “We support any steps that improve the air quality in the city. To that end we are upgrading our fleet with the latest Euro 6 engines, which meet the new London Low Emission Zone criteria.”
Gloucestershire-based Refuse Vehicle Solutions Ltd (RVS) has already provided Brewsters with two brand-new refuse vehicles, both Dennis Olympus 26t bodies on DAF chassis with Beta trade lifts, and the company has just ordered another vehicle of the same specification.
Barry added: “RVS was recommended to us by one of the refuse vehicle manufacturers, because they couldn’t meet our delivery deadline and we would have had to wait up to a year for the vehicle. As it is RVS managed to get the right specification of vehicle to us in less than 2 months with their RediTruck service. We were so impressed we ordered another vehicle immediately!”
RVS introduced RediTruck to provide its customers with brand-new refuse vehicles from stock, without the long lead-times required by manufacturers.
Spencer Law, Managing Director, RVS said: “The new low emission regulations are a challenge for many operators. Replacing vehicles quickly can be difficult to achieve when the average wait time for a new vehicle is 9-12 months. That is why we started our RediTruck service. We know what operators want so we have a rolling stock of different configurations of vehicles, that are ready for work and can be delivered in short time-scales.”
RVS has recently joined forces with Dutch company EMOSS, to launch a UK-wide electric repowering solution, converting diesel refuse vehicles into electric refuse vehicles. The e-One refuse vehicle is zero emissions and zero noise and offers savings of up to £50,000 compared with a brand-new electric vehicle. It comes with a five-year battery, body and bin lift warranty.