New vans will help clean-up in Amber Valley

Councillor Chris Short – Amber Valley Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment, is pictured right, taking delivery of three purpose-built vans that will help keep the Borough clean and green for both residents and visitors.

The vans, which cost £25,000 each, meet the latest environmental standards and will help the Council achieve its ongoing commitment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Residents should see the vans working across the Borough over the next few weeks, as they are used by the Street Cleaning teams to empty the 1,300 litter bins that are provided by the Council. They will also be involved in cleaning up litter and other waste.

Councillor Short stated: “It’s with great pleasure that I have been able to take delivery of these first-class vehicles. This positive move helps demonstrate the Council’s ongoing commitment to ensure Amber Valley remains a great place to live and work.”

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