Hydrogen-powered garbage truck being trialled in Germany

A hydrogen-powered garbage truck is being demonstrated in Cologne, Germany in a bid to show the advantages of zero emission and low noise waste collection.

For two weeks, the truck will be out on roads in the Stadtwerke Hürth area as part of the LIFE ‘N’ Grab HY! project, coordinated by WaterstofNet.

Built by E-trucks Europe, the truck will be in daily operation and will refuel at the hydrogen station located on the Industriepark Knapsack.

After the two-week demonstration, the achievements and the impact will be shared at a workshop.

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