Making technology increasingly efficient and sustainable is one of Surtruck’s priority challenges. A line of work that has made the company a benchmark for sustainability in the cleaning and fire-fighting sector thanks to its Eco-Cleaning and Eco-Fire developments. In order to keep up to date with the latest trends in this sector, Surtruck has sent its Sales Director of the Products Division, Teresa Gentil, and its Street Cleaning Manager, Antonio Venegas, to the Ecomondo International Trade Fair.
Ecomondo is the International Trade Fair for the Recovery of Materials and Energy and Sustainable Development, which every year offers a quality showcase for technological solutions for the saving, reuse and recycling of energy and waste. This is a benchmark event for companies that will be held in Rimili, Italy, until Friday, and at which important topics such as the reuse and treatment of water, industrial waste, the prevention of environmental risks and air quality will be on the agenda.
Surtruck wanted to take advantage of this opportunity to learn about the latest trends and to continue advancing in the sustainability of its technology, which has become its seal of quality through the latest cleaning models, the 200% electric Eco-Cleaning and the Eco-fire.
The Eco-Cleaning is characterised by its double capacity and double autonomy. Highly valued factors that make these vehicles the most innovative in the cleaning sector for street sweeping, pavement cleaning, underground cleaning, above-ground container cleaning and street furniture cleaning.
Ecofire, the system that was presented in Hannover at the Interschutz Fair, is one of the first fully electric fire-fighting vehicles to be manufactured in Spain. It is a fire engine, the result of Surtruck’s Engineering and R&D Department, which offers maximum performance with the particularity of being totally autonomous, as it does not take energy from the vehicle and therefore does not depend on fuel.
Surtruck’s work to manufacture vehicles that do not pollute has led the company to receive this year’s “Reducing the carbon footprint” award, granted by the Ministry for Ecological Transition.