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Joining the green drive

Creative Vehicle Wrapping (CVW) partnered with Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (BCP Council) to decorate a fleet of new electric refuse vehicles.

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Each electric refuse vehicle is expected to save between 30-40 tonnes of CO2 annually

Powered by 100% green electricity, BCP Council was keen to promote the green benefits of the new Dennis Eagle e-Collect trucks to residents across the local area.

CVW wrapped the vehicles with an eye-catching design, letting residents know the trucks are ‘Powered by 100% green electricity’.

“We made a clear commitment to our residents that we would make Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole cleaner, greener and safer for everyone,” says Councillor Mark Anderson, portfolio Hhlder for environment and waste at BCP Council.

“These four new zero emission vehicles really are making a positive difference to our air quality, whilst also serving our residents in ensuring waste collections are timely and efficient.”

Jon Siviter, director at CVW, adds: “BCP Council’s commitment to addressing the climate emergency is commendable and wrapping this new electric fleet is a great way to convey the carbon emission savings to residents.”

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