Four Peterbilt refuse trucks are parked in an exhibit space at WasteExpo.

Peterbilt is showcasing its trucks for the refuse industry this week during WasteExpo.

Photo: Peterbilt

Peterbilt is exhibiting its refuse vehicle lineup, including all-electric and natural gas engine-equipped models, this week during WasteExpo in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Trucks on display include:

  • Model 520 with Heil front end loader body with Cummins ISX12N natural gas engine
  • Model 520 with New Way automated side loader body with Cummins L9N natural gas engine
  • Model 520 with Labrie automated side loader body with Paccar MX-11 engine
  • Model 567 with Galbreath roll-off body with Cummins ISX12N natural gas engine
  • Model 520EV with McNeilus automated side loader body with Accelera 14Xe ePowertrain

“The versatile product lineup at Waste Expo highlights Peterbilt’s commitment to the refuse industry with clean, efficient and dependable vehicle technologies that are tailored to the unique needs of our customers,” said Jake Montero, Peterbilt assistant general manager, sales and marketing.

Peterbilt Model 520

The Model 520 is Peterbilt’s low-cab-forward refuse workhorse and features easy body builder integration, and what the company calls a best-in-class 7-inch digital display in the instrument cluster.

Peterbilt Model 567

Rugged and reliable, the Model 567 features a large windshield and cab-mounted mirrors for greater visibility. It includes a 15-inch configurable digital display that delivers critical truck systems information, including collision mitigation alerts and tire pressure monitoring.

Peterbilt Model 520 EV

The Model 520EV provides a zero-emissions solution for commercial and residential refuse applications, handling up to 1,100 trash bins on a single charge. Developed for maximum efficiency, the Model 520EV takes advantage of frequent starts and stops typical with refuse applications to transfer energy back to its battery packs through regenerative braking.

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