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Selwood Pumps can be fuelled by Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil in UK rental first


Selwood has become the first UK rental company to offer pumps that can be fuelled by vegetable oil in an industry-leadingmove thatwill significantly cut greenhouse gas emissions.


The company has completed extensive testing of HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) in its fleet ofmarket-leading pumps.


All Selwood pumpswhich have a Stage 3B engine – including the Eco range of units – S160Eco, D150Eco and HP35Eco – can nowbe run on the HVO fuel as an alternative to diesel.


Selwood has also committed to ensuring that newpumpsmanufactured at its headquarters in Chandlers Ford, Hampshire, for use in the UK and around theworld, are HVO-compatible, subject to individual enginemanufacturers’ guidelines.


HVO is a second-generation, clean-burning fossil-free biofuelwhich ismade from renewable, sustainable rawmaterials and can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90%. It also significantly reduces nitrogen oxide (NOx) and particulatematter (PM) emissions.


The fuel is completely interchangeablewith diesel,without the need to clean out the pump’s fuel tanks ormake adaptations, and with no negative effect on pump performance.


Lawrence Bradbury, Director of Engineering at Selwood, said: “At Selwoodwe are committed to reducing the environmental impact of our products and operationswherever possible. Following conversationswith several large clientswhowere looking for alternatives to diesel fuel, our engineers have thoroughly


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tested the use of HVO in the Selwood range.


“We are delightedwith the results – not only is HVO completely interchangeablewith diesel in compatible engines, it can also be usedwith no negative impact on performance.We are very pleased to be able to let customers knowthat HVO can be used safely as part of our ongoing commitment to sustainability.”


Selwood has several ongoing initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint, including the


introduction of electric vehicles to the fleet and the option of IE3 electricmotors in its pump rental and sales rangeswhere appropriate. The company holds the ISO 14001 standard for its environmentalmanagement systems.


Selwood is the UK’s number one pump rental and solutions company,working froma network of branches around the UK. The company also supplies pumps globally and is a leading regional plant hire business.


ShoreTrench expands with new Bobcat E45 Mini-Excavator


ShoreTrench, developer of the UK’s first range of preassembled trench shoring systems and a subsidiary of Secure Ground Solutions Ltd, has purchased a newBobcat E45mini-excavator, the first in the UK to be equippedwith the BobcatDepth Check system, fromWigan-based Norwest Plant Ltd, the local Authorised BobcatDealer.


With over 35 years’ experience in the construction and groundworks industry, ShoreTrench founder and CEO, Glenn Molyneux, knows all toowell the problems associatedwith trench excavations. Such


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experience led to the development of his company’s revolutionary ShoreTrench™ range of trench support and protection systems, to enhance the safety and productivity of all aspects of trench shoring activity.


GlennMolyneux commented: “Our ShoreTrench systems are the UK’s first preassembled trench shoring systems, providing an immediate support solution for an excavated trench and removing the risk of collapse.We are continuously developing the ShoreTrench range tomeet increasing sizes and complexities of trenches.We have used


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