Uppsala have had their 118th new BigBelly Solar!

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Uppsala has now received the final delivery of its new BigBelly Solar (BB5/SB5/triple), which has begun to be delivered in an urban environment.
This means that Uppsala today has over 170 active units, and is thus one of the five largest operators in Europe.
With these new vessels, you can now also change the collection system, which means that you can go out and collect with electric car instead of ordinary cars powered by petrol/diesel.
Congratulations to Uppsala for your progress in environmental work.

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