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Blue Sky Lawn Environmental Inc.: Gas Powered Lawn Mowing Services Will Produce Over Eight Million kg of Harmful Emissions in Ontario

Submitted by: Blue Sky Lawn Environmental Inc.

Categories: Events, Renewable & Alternative Energy

Posted: Feb 12, 2008 – 10:15 AM EST

 

This summer an alternative exists to gas powered lawn services who needlessly produce air and noise pollution throughout our neighborhoods

Feb. 12 /CSRwire/ - TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/12/08 -- Environment Canada has recently warned that "...small gasoline engines that power equipment such as lawnmowers ... emit relatively high amounts of pollutants that can adversely affect air quality". For years these machines have been the standard tool for lawn maintenance. Blue Sky Lawn Environmental Inc. will introduce 'Zero Emission Lawn Maintenance' this spring, using only push mowers and rechargeable trimmers. According to Blue Sky Lawn President Clive Cohen, "Well designed push mowers and fuel efficient cars will give us the chance to take harmful gas mowers, and the trucks that carry them, out of our neighborhoods for good".

Unlike conventional lawn services, Blue Sky Lawn has deployed an online pricing and registration system for customers. "Customers fill in the size of their property on our registration page and instantly see what price they will be paying for monthly service," says Clive Cohen, "we have eliminated the need to drive to every house and drop off paper quotes, not only does this reduces waste from paper, but also reduces the emissions associated with driving".

Blue Sky Lawn Environmental Inc (www.blueskylawn.com) is a Toronto based company specializing in 'Zero Emission Lawn Maintenance'. Service is delivered with compact fuel efficient cars, push mowers and rechargeable trimmers.

For more information, please contact:

Clive Cohen Blue Sky Lawn Environmental Inc.
Phone: (416) 319-5588

 

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