“Church Hill Landscapes is excited to announce electric mowing and solar-powered leaf blowing and string trimming—greener lawn care powered by the sun. Church Hill Landscapes now has a feet of electric mowers that are quiet, eco-friendlier than gas, and lower maintenance. Recharged every night, the electric […]
The equipment was delivered to the city’s corporate yard Tuesday morning, where crews were given a demonstration. Crews will be using Mean Green riding and push lawn mowers and Stihl back blowers, trimmers, chain saws and weed whackers. Crews currently use small, combustion engine equipment to maintain the more than […]
“Until recently, those of us seeking an alternative to lawn mowers powered by fossil fuels only had electric push-mowers of low horsepower (hp) to choose from. While these mowers are relatively inexpensive, their short run-times of 30 to 60 minutes make them impractical for many homeowners. […]
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 […]
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”.
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:
“Joseph Conrad talks about the Lithium Energy Modules that power Mean Green Mowers”… Read more here: http://www.turfmagazine.com/product-design/mean-green-mowers-lem/
San Gabriel Valley Tribune – February 2015
“The landscapers from Canoga Park-based TruGreen LandCare mowed the grass, blew the leaves and whacked the weeds, but they did so using only battery-electric equipment, marking the first city park in the nation to be 100 percent gas and emissions free”.
TodaysMower.com – February 2015
“The rise of sustainability by large corporations has affected commercial landscaping activities considerably in the last three years and is increasing the demand for equipment with environmentally friendly features.”
Read more here: http://todaysmower.com/going-green-2015-electric-riding-mowers/
Turf Magazine – Janaury 2014
“Some of the most technologically advance mowers use no fuel at all…”
Read more here: http://www.turf-digital.com/Jan2014#&pageSet=19&contentItem=0
“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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