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Cleaning up the streets with the Goupil G4 and Liverpool Streetscene

* Goupil-G4.jpgLiverpool Streetscene Services (LSSL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Liverpool City Council, has recently taken delivery of a new Goupil G4 for the public services team in charge of refuse and recycling, street cleansing and grounds maintenance and arboriculture across Liverpool.

LSSL required an alternative machine to supplement its current street washing operation, one that was manoeuvrable and could be used to wash street furniture, litter bins, seating areas, steps and hard to reach areas, and to assist with the removal of fly posting.

"It's exciting to see the Goupil being used exactly as intended, its small size and fantastic manoeuvrability make it an obvious choice for tight city streets," says Ramsy Labassi, marketing manager at Bradshaw EV.

"As one of our flagship models, the Goupil G4 highlights Bradshaw's dedication to driving industries forward towards their Net Zero goals as well as assisting them to eliminate their co2 emissions as much as possible."

The Goupil G4 has exceeded expectations as an electric vehicle which can be safely used amongst pedestrians and can work at different times to the larger diesel street washing vehicles to wash street furniture.

The G4 has complimented LSSL's existing resources and relieved pressure from the core street washing teams. It has also generated a lot of positive observations because it is 100% electric.

Says James McCoy, street cleaning supervisor at LSSL.

"The G4 has been a fantastic addition to our fleet, we were very pleased with the service we received from Bradshaw, who were quick to answer any questions and alleviate any concerns we had, such as fitting a larger 500-litre water tank to the vehicle.

"LSSL strives to be a greener company and reduce our emissions; where feasible, suitable and available, alternatively fuelled vehicles will take priority when replacing our fleet in the coming years."

LSSL has been diligently working on developing its vehicle fleet, implementing a fleet replacement strategy that incorporates the inclusion of alternatives to diesel, provided that suitable infrastructure is available. In addition to electric vehicles, LSSL also operates compressed natural gas vehicles, reflecting its commitment to sustainable transportation.

The Goupil G4 is suitable for a number of road and site applications for both the public and private sectors. With an operational range of up to 101 miles (depending on battery size) and a maximum speed of 31 mph, the G4 is equipped with a variety of body types to cater to the customer's specific requirements and features a safe and secure cabin with both left- and right-hand drive options.

"When looking for a fully electric vehicle that could safely manoeuvre around pedestrians and other road furniture, we were immediately drawn to the Goupil G4 as its small size and fantastic usability make it perfect for accessing smaller side streets which other larger vehicles can't reach,” adds James.

"The G4 is used for reactive works throughout the day, acting as an additional resource to the core street washing programme which operates at early hours of the morning."


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