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Canterbury starts new in-house service

Collective and SafeActive are driving safety and efficiency for Canenco

Canterbury City Council’s new in-house waste service starts soon, with the Collective service management system helping to make the transition.

Collection crews will have live route information in their trucks, including assisted collections and route hazards to help them work more safely and effectively. Real-time progress reporting will help the council provide a more reliable service with greater flexibility for the future.

New vehicles arriving on fleet later in 2021 will also have fully-integrated telematics and safety monitoring, with 360 degree digital video powering continuous improvement to safe working practices.

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