What better way to start 2020 than with the news that we’ve been shortlisted for another industry award for our work on helping to tackle air pollution.
Future Fleet Awards, run by LAPV Magazine, have announced that our Clean Air – Saving Lives Project entry has reached the final in the Best Fleet/Road Safety Initiative category.
Our award entry shows how our work with Dennis Eagle to fit mobile air monitoring devices to refuse vehicles,
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for a prestigious national award by Investors in People – for our work on helping to tackle environmental air pollution.
CMS have led on the development of a mobile air monitoring device that can be fitted to refuse trucks to enable councils to monitor, and better understand, their local air quality. It is this work that has resulted in a shortlisting in the Outstanding Use of Technology sector.
CMS customer Biffa have been fundraising for WasteAid, a charity set up by British waste management professionals to spread recycling skills around the world.
Initially Biffa wanted to raise £11,000 but once contributions from their industry partners were added, the total has reached almost £34,000! Once Aid Matched by the Government Biffa will have raised more than £60,000 for WasteAid.
Congratulations Biffa, a fantastic fundraising achievement! CMS donated off-roading tickets that were auctioned to the highest bidder.
Once again we are delighted to be supporting Dennis Eagle at their annual Ride & Drive event on 10 September.
The challenge for participants is to navigate a course designed to test the drivers’ capabilities to handle a waste collection vehicle and the driver with the highest EEDI* score wins. CMS will be providing the telematics to monitor how each participant is driving, including speeding, harsh acceleration and throtte alerts.
Good luck to everyone taking part!
We’re very proud to have been featured in Hako’s own company magazine. We’ve developed Hako Connect – a bespoke and unique telematics system that’s helping Hako give their customers first-class and proactive service.
Hako and CMS have very similar ethos in the way that we operate and our partnership working has enabled us to devise a bespoke system that gives Hako an advantage over their competitors.
Go Plant Fleet Services are undertaking trials of GTL fuel, an alternative to diesel which helps reduce emissions and improve the air quality around us. To gather air quality data they are using CMS mobile air quality monitors.
Find out more about mobile air quality monitoring and the OWL Clean Air Project go to: OWL Clean Air Project
The dreadful weather of June 2019 will go down in waste industry legend – thanks to the awful riding conditions that the Waste on Wheels cycle team faced during their three-day, 170 mile 2019 charity bike ride from Reading to Weston-super-Mare.
The wind gusted and it rained, and rained and rained some more. There were punctures galore, torn lycra, broken wheels, shredded tyres and several riders ended up out of the saddle.