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Increased capacity in latest Bryson fleet

Social enterprise Bryson Recycling in Northern Ireland has launched an improved fleet of recycling vehicles.

The Kerb-Sort vehicles have increased capacity and can now collect a wider range of materials, including bulky items such as cardboard, mixed rigid plastics and cartons. All exterior panels are designed for vinyl wrapping, and so can be used to illustrate the range of materials being collected.

The vehicles are set to take to the streets of Ballymena, Newtownabbey, and Carrick-fergus as part of a recycling collection service being introduced across the councils.

Bryson Charitable Group chief executive John McMullan says: “The trucks look superb. With no demountable stillages and a body made without mild steel, they will remain looking smart and rust-free throughout their lifespan.”

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