There was a dazzling display on Ipswich Waterfront when new vehicles with a stand-out look were handed over to the Borough Council.
Its business waste service, Wastesaver, has decided to “shout” about its offer and the new look for its fleet is an ideal time.
The bold look – dazzle camouflage – is certainly not going unnoticed. In fact, crews report a lot of favourable comments, echoed on social media.
Wastesaver’s team is based at Gipping House and works alongside the domestic waste team.
The service has the experience and skills to offer an unrivalled service to businesses large and small – it already supports more than half the businesses in the town centre and has a growing customer base.
And behind its new look is the same dedication and commitment to offer a flexible service with two collections a day, six days a week.
Wastesaver – a stand-out look for an already outstanding service.
From left: Craig Denny, driver, Chris Taylor, Operations Manager – Waste and Fleet, Ondraya Plowman, Transport Manager, Councillor Phillip Smart, Portfolio-holder Environment and Climate Change, and Peo Bertolini Ecofar UK who handed over the new vehicles.