ENVIRONMENT

EPA's guide to preventing truck fires

A MANUAL by the New South Wales Environment Protection Authority aims to give truck drivers the inspection skills to identify and correct faults that could cause heavy vehicle fires.

The EPA would like to see the manual adopted as part of regular routine checks to prevent truck fires.

The EPA would like to see the manual adopted as part of regular routine checks to prevent truck fires.

EPA environmental solutions director Karen Marler said the The Preventing Fires - Truck Inspection Manual would help truck drivers and owners reduce the more than 200 truck fires Fire and Rescue NSW attended...

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