TORONTO HYDRO AT WORK: New technology at Ossington Avenue and Dundas Street West

TORONTO, Nov. 15, 2013 /CNW/ - Super what? Super cool. This 'Super Sucker' truck is a new addition to the arsenal of tools for Toronto Hydro's contractor, Super Sucker. It makes round cuts into the sidewalk for new poles. No more jack hammers or dust; no more ripped up sidewalks, increasing cost efficiency and productivity; and the work area is neater, safer and back to normal for pedestrians much faster.

Image with caption: "Super what? Super cool. This 'Super Sucker' truck is a new addition to the arsenal of tools for Toronto Hydro's contractor, Super Sucker. It makes round cuts into the sidewalk for new poles. No more jack hammers or dust; no more ripped up sidewalks, increasing cost efficiency and productivity; and the work area is neater, safer and back to normal for pedestrians much faster. (CNW Group/Toronto Hydro Corporation)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20131115_C7854_PHOTO_EN_33394.jpg

SOURCE: Toronto Hydro Corporation


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