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Westminster Goes Electric

07.05.2021, 08:51 Westminster Goes Electric Westminster City Council and Siemens have installed more than 1,000 on-street Electric Vehicle Charging Points in the City of Westminster, making Westminster the first local authority in the UK to reach this milestone. WESTMINSTER GOES ELECTRIC WITH 1,000 ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGE POINTS The City Council, working in partnership with Siemens…

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Westminster Showcases Upcycled Electric Refuse Collection Vehicle

01.04.2021, 14:40 Westminster Showcases Upcycled Electric Refuse Collection Vehicle Westminster City Council and Veolia have showcased one of their upcycled electric refuse collection vehicles at the high profile SMMT Electrified 2021 parade in central London.     Hosted by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) in central London on 25 March 2021, the…

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Three Wheeling into the Future

15.03.2021, 06:55 Three Wheeling into the Future Veolia is trialling innovative electric tricycles that have been designed for on-street waste collection as part of its contract with Westminster City Council.   The small electric vehicles are powered by batteries that assist the rider with the additional weight of the tipping body tank where waste is…

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Safeguarding Returning Visitors to London’s West End

17.06.2020, 19:29 Safeguarding Returning Visitors to London’s West End A unique scheme to support the safe reopening of London’s West End has recruited 15 Social Distancing Ambassadors (SDAs) to help visitors transition from lockdown. Launched in collaboration by Veolia, Heart of London Business Alliance (HOLBA) and New West End Company (NWEC), the SDA initiative will target shoppers and visitors…

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Inspiring Change in London this Christmas

10.12.2019, 12:54 Inspiring Change in London this Christmas Veolia, in partnership with New West End Company (NWEC) and Westminster City Council, has unveiled “The Giving Bear” – a life-size light sculpture of a polar bear made from reused plastic to symbolise climate change and the vulnerability of London’s homeless.   The installation will be displayed…

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