Cal State LA has dumped gas-powered landscaping equipment

2017-07-21T17:25:23-04:00September 8th, 2016|News|

The College, along with 22 other CSU campuses, has made a move that’s a bigger deal than you think”.

“The turfed corners of a leafy, college campus may not bring to mind images of lung-choking plumes of air pollution.
Yet, college campuses, as well as school grounds and even Little League ballfields […]

Electric Lawn-Care Equipment Helps Utah Company Go Green

2017-07-21T17:24:34-04:00June 1st, 2016|News|

Utah Department of Environmental Quality – June 2016

“Los Gringos Lawn and Landscape is a family-owned business run by Jared and Jessica Bradley that has been operating since 2011. The Bradleys are longtime advocates for the environment and clean air. They strive to extend this environmentally conscious philosophy to their business”.

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Can Electric Equipment Revolutionize Landscape Maintenance?

2017-07-21T17:39:17-04:00May 2nd, 2016|News|

Ecological Landscape Alliance – May 2016

“In June, Quiet Communities, with the participation of AGZA and Mean Green Mowers (Hamilton, Ohio), held its first series of educational and electric equipment demonstration events. Mean Green Mowers is currently the leading manufacturer of commercial-grade, cordless equipment in the U.S.”  Read more here:

Turf Magazine – August 2013

2017-07-21T17:43:42-04:00August 17th, 2013|News|

“Imagine your fuel costs cut by more than 200 percent – how would that affect your company’s bottom line? Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery technology is advancing in use within the landscape maintenance market, and several manufacturers are offering this technology in commercial applications … and, in effect, promising just that”.

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