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Environment Agency buys LPG vehicles

THE Environment Agency has stepped up its fight to clean-up its fleet by adding seven liquefied petroleum gas LDVs to its fleet.

The agency will use the vans, which include Convoy Hi-loaders, crewcab tippers, low roof and 2.8-tonne short-wheelbase vans, throughout the Thames region to clear rivers and service and maintain the green belt areas. The news comes after the Environment Agency declared it wanted its 1,700-strong LCV fleet to become the greenest fleet in Europe.

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