A new model of the all-electric eCollect refuse collection vehicle has been launched by Dennis Eagle. This is the second configuration of the ground-breaking eRCV which was originally launched in...
Eight new Dennis Eagle refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) have been delivered to Belfast City Council by dealer Manvik Plant & Hire.
Five new Dennis Eagle refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) have started work with Ards and North Down Borough Council, rounding off a bumper year for the Belfast-based dealer Manvik Plant & Hire Ltd.
Midwest sales of the new Dennis Eagle ProView cab-over-engine (COE) truck will be exclusively through the Trivista Companies’ dealership locations in Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky and Ohio.
The first Dennis Eagle ProView will go to work in New York City as part of the bid by Century Waste Services to further improve safety in the city’s refuse collection operations.
Dennis Eagle’s widely anticipated new cab, the Elite+, has gone into service with the Warwick-based company’s first customers.
Five more eCollects have been ordered by Cardiff Council after its first went into service in April.
The first eCollect has gone into service with Sunderland City Council, making a “highly visible demonstration” of the council's commitment to carbon reduction.
The first eCollect eRCV has gone into service collecting residual waste from households across Powys – one of the largest and most sparsely populated counties in the UK.
As the eCollect goes into service around the country, Dennis Eagle is opening up its electric vehicle workshop safety standards for the waste and recycling industry to share.