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To carry out our waste management activities, we operate a fleet of four light electrical commercial vehicles and 31 trucks.

Our vehicles are on the road every day. By combining the latest safety features and practices to reduce our fuel usage, we keep our emissions to a minimum.

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Investing in a cleaner future

The impact of emissions on climate change is becoming more and more apparent. We want to play our part in a greener future, which is why we have invested over £3 million in modernising our fleet of vehicles. 

Safety first 

When we're on the road, your safety and that of our drivers is paramount.

All our lorries and trailers are equipped with forward, side, and rear-view cameras, so our drivers have maximum visibility. An audible warning alarm and side panels provide extra protection for pedestrians and cyclists.

Energy Efficient 

We are doing our best to minimise the environmental impact of our fleet by reducing the emissions of our HGVs by using a Gas-to-Liquid fuel which is virtually free of sulphur, the principal cause of diesel pollution.

In addition, the routes taken by our drivers are continuously monitored to make sure they're using the safest and most fuel-efficient ones possible. Plus, all our drivers complete regular e-learning and physical training to make sure they drive in a safe and fuel-efficient way.

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Electric vehicles

We have several BMW i3 zero-emission sustainable electric vehicles. Manufactured using 100% energy from renewable sources, they run exclusively on battery power, and 95% of the materials used to produce the car are recyclable. 

These provide a travelling range of 125 miles from a single charge, emit low noise levels, and are energy efficient. We have charging points on-site powered by the electricity generated from household waste at our energy plant.

When transporting items to our reuse shop, we use an electric Renault Master ZE large van. By the end of 2021, we plan to move all our vans over to electric power. This will help us reduce carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions, in line with the Mayor of London's Environmental Strategy.

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FORS Gold accredited

FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition System, is a voluntary accreditation scheme for fleet operators. It aims to raise quality within transport operations and demonstrate which companies are achieving exemplary levels of best practice in safety, efficiency, and environmental protection.

 Our FORS Gold accreditation is formal recognition that:

  • LondonEnergy displays good practice throughout its fleet operations
  • We are dedicated to driver and vehicle safety
  • We continuously strive to improve transport practices through effective monitoring of fuel and tyre usage
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