Our Fleet

Cleanaway’s specialist fleet of purpose-built vehicles keep operations moving all across Australia.

Driving towards making a sustainable future possible

Cleanaway's comprehensive fleet of purpose-built trucks offers solutions for every industrial, residential and commercial waste management need. We have an extensive network of over 5,900 vehicles, supported by a specialist team and equipped with advanced technology to minimise environmental impact.

These vehicles include front lift trucks, rear lift trucks, skip bulk trucks, hook lift trucks, soil injection trucks, liquid tankers, clinical waste and vacuum loading trucks. Our vehicles are maintained and serviced regularly through our network of depots across the country to ensure that operations continue to be efficient and uninterrupted.

Keeping drivers, community and environment safe


Cleanaway trucks are meticulously cared for and outfitted with the latest in logistic software and in-vehicle tracking systems, powered by energy-efficient electric engines. Learn more below.


Our market-leading Cleanaview portal gives customers and councils real-time data to resolve issues quickly and effectively. From in-hopper cameras for recording bin issues to online service requests and fast customer portal resolution, Cleanaview empowers our customers and councils, offering greater insight and visibility.

Energy efficient trucks on the road

Our zero-emissions electric collection vehicles can travel up to 200km before needing a recharge, and is equipped to travel across a variety of terrain and settings. These trucks are also quieter than traditional trucks, making early morning or late night collections possible without waking the household.


These electric trucks are so quiet, it's been great for my sleep! No more sudden jolts. 

City of Logan resident

This demonstrates what can be achieved when councils work together. About 43,000 households will benefit in Marion from a greener, more efficient kerbside collection service that increases the focus on our community.

Kris Hanna, City of Marion Mayor

The trial of a new electric waste truck is a fantastic initiative, and it is an example of how Councils can work together to address climate change and improve sustainability across metropolitan Adelaide.

Sandy Verschoor, City of Adelaide Lord Mayor

Road safety improvements with Mobileye

With our teams operating heavy vehicles in many different environments, driver distraction is a critical health and safety risk, and the safety of our employees and the communities in which they operate is our highest priority.

We have installed Mobileye, a new safety system, in 3,000 Cleanaway heavy vehicles, including waste trucks, tankers, prime movers and light vehicles. Mobileye consists of a forward-facing vision sensor placed on the inside of the windscreen, along with a visual display unit on the dashboard which faces the driver.

Forward collision warning of an imminent collision with a vehicle up to 2.7 seconds before

Headway monitoring and warning if the driver gets too close to the vehicle in front

Speed limit indicator and traffic sign recognition to notify of new speed limits or if the limit is exceeded

Lane departure warning of an unintentional deviation from the driving lane

Pedestrian and cyclist collision warning

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