Monmouthshire County Council collects seven 4x2 Dennis Eagle Elites

George Barrow
March 15, 2019

Monmouthsire County Council has purchased seven 4x2 Dennis Eagle Elite refuse collection trucks with Twin Pack bodies and lifts. The trucks have been designed to minimise movement of bins from the back of the vehicle and enable safe collection of bags and bins in the same round.

Nick Bennett, deputy operations manager for Monmouthshire’s Waste and Street Services, said: “We’re changing our recycling regime to bring it in line with the Welsh Government’s blueprint and we want to separate glass from other waste streams to increase the quality of our recycled material, so the Twin Packs were needed.

"It is difficult to collect in narrow streets where increasing numbers of cars are parked, so we decided on the narrow vehicles to make manoeuvring easier and collections more efficient. The Elite chassis was the obvious choice for a low-entry, narrow-bodied vehicle and we also liked the safety aspect of the cab, which provides great visibility,” he added.

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George Barrow

George has been writing about nearly anything with wheels for the past 15 years and is the UK jury member of the International Van of the Year and International Pick-Up Award.

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