The Mancomunidad de La Ribera is committed to sustainable cleaning. Surtruck has recently delivered three modern pieces of equipment to the La Ribera joint venture, led by FCC, which will provide services in the Mancomunidad de la Ribera, which consists of 17 municipalities and cleans more than 115,805 kilometers of streets annually.
As explained by Surtruck’s commercial director of Street Cleaning, Antonio Venegas, the equipment delivered consists of two watering and sweeping tanks and a pressure washer with the latest technology in sustainability. Three Eco-Cleaning electrically driven equipment with no noise and pollutant emissions, which also have the particularity of optimizing their productivity in the service, to the point of being able to clean two shifts continuously.
This equipment is the latest generation in Surtruck cleaning. Venegas recalls that “we were pioneers, five years ago, in manufacturing street cleaning vehicles without noise and we have advanced in this line of work. Currently, our equipment has the lowest noise emissions and is non-polluting, which is in addition to the fact that it has all the safety certifications that guarantee the entire process”, he concluded.