Enfield Council purchase new vehicles to tackle fly tipping

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The vehicles will allow staff to sort and check fly tipped waste

Enfield Council has purchased six new vehicles to help boost its street cleaning operations and combat fly tipping.

Each vehicle has a tool storage and a light platform to allow staff to sort and check fly tipped waste while maintaining an efficient removal service.

They have also been designed to safely transfer fridges for recycling, ensuring that damaging chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are removed from the environment.

Enfield Council hopes the vehicles will increase capacity and help to reduce the number of miles driven to and from the waste transfer station.

Cllr Daniel Anderson, Enfield Council cabinet member for environment, said: “These new vehicles will markedly improve their ability to operate effectively and efficiently.

They will also have better fuel efficiency, reducing pollution and improving air quality, all helping with the Council’s strong communities priority.”

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