Charity recognition in Blacktown City Dennis Eagle fleet


Distinctive waste truck colour to represent different charitable cause

Charity recognition in Blacktown City Dennis Eagle fleet
Seven colours: The Blacktown City fleet additions

 

Penske Australia has delivered seven side-loading Dennis Eagle refuse collection vehicles to Blacktown City Council, with its paint schemes aligning with various charities.

Taking Blacktown City Council’s total fleet of Dennis Eagles to 18, the trucks will commence service of the local government area immediately.

Each colour represents a charity, such as the Australian Red Cross, Wheelchair Sports NSW/ACT, Mission Australia, NSW Meals on Wheels, RUOK, and the Better Foundation.

Blacktown City mayor Tony Bleasdale says the waste trucks double as an important communication channel with local residents.

"Blacktown City Council’s charity awareness campaign has been a key feature on all our new waste trucks from Penske, right from the delivery of our first Dennis Eagle refuse collection vehicle in 2017," Bleasdale says.

"The rainbow fleet is a bright, positive, and unique way of communicating each individual charity’s message to the residents and visitors of Blacktown City.

"Penske’s trucks and bodies have proven extremely reliable, and our drivers are very happy with the Dennis Eagle – Superior Pak combination.

"We look forward to receiving a further seven new Dennis Eagle Euro 6 – Superior Pak combinations in early 2021."


Colourful Dennis Eagle fleet hits Sydney streets


Penske emphasises the fleet’s safety features including single low-step entry, tall and wide door openings, true flat floors, large glass areas for maximum visibility, well-positioned grab handles, and a high visibility mirror package.

"Penske Australia’s fleet team and our local Sydney dealership worked closely with Blacktown City Council to deliver these units precisely specified to the requirements of the council," Penske Australia fleet sales manager Kevin Copelin says.

"Clearly you can see why Dennis Eagle’s Elite 2 chassis gets a five-star direct vision standard (DVS) rating, as recognised by Transport for London, for its offering of a full panoramic unencumbered view ensuring the best visibility and protection of vulnerable road users such as pedestrians and cyclists.

"In addition to innovative safety features, the trucks are powered by the well-proven Cummins and Allison Transmission drivetrain, and fully supported by Penske’s dealership.

"With 11 units already in service for Blacktown City Council, these seven units take Blacktown’s fleet to 18 and we are confident that this fleet of Dennis Eagles will continue to grow."

 

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