Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Cleaner Streets Boost

Ongoing efforts to improve Birmingham’s neighbourhoods have been bolstered by a deal that has seen the city council start to take delivery of 31 new street sweeping vehicles.

The vehicles will be deployed across the city and they replace ageing machines that had reached the end of their operational lives.

The roll-out to the city’s four waste depots is due to be complete by the end of March and the vehicles are replacements as part of an ongoing lease deal.

Part of a wider modernisation programme, the street sweepers join 76 new refuse collection vehicles that started to be delivered to the council’s depots in January through a further £11million investment in street scene services.

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