Did you know?
- Currently, a new gas-powered mower running for 1 hour produces similar emissions to the average car driving for 100 miles.
- Converting to electric equipment can eliminate the emissions from lawn and garden equipment and improve both local and regional air quality.
- This would reduce the occurrence of asthma, cardiovascular disease and premature death caused by air pollution.
- There are many options available for electric lawn and garden equipment, as well as landscapers and lawn maintenance companies that use all electric equipment.
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