Campeys hits the gas in drive for sustainability

 

North Yorkshire family haulier Campeys of Selby has taken delivery of the first of 11 new compressed bio gas (CBG) powered tractor units. The new Scania R410 4×2 tractor is driven by a 13-litre, CBG-powered engine which runs on renewable biomethane. It delivers an 85% reduction in CO2 emissions, helping Campeys to hit sustainability targets without compromising on performance.

The first unit will feature a new green livery to highlight its environmental credentials and stand out from the 100-strong fleet. […][1]


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