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Archive for October, 2009

  • 29
  • Oct2009

Raleigh NC Green Entrepreneurial Effort Award

Clean Air Lawn Care Selected for Green Entrepreneurial Effort Award10-28-2009 Raleigh, N.C. – Clean Air Lawn Care, a sustainable lawn care firm serving Raleigh and Cary, was selected for the Green Entrepreneurial Effort Award by Triangle Business Journal. The award was presented October 23rd during a luncheon honoring all winners of the Green Awards. The […]

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  • 22
  • Oct2009

Clean Air Compost

Clean Air Compost is a new service for Fort Collins, CO area offices and restaurants that provides a convenient & comprehensive compost pick-up service. For more information, click http://bit.ly/2tip2e. For a free assesment on how to reduce your waste stream, call 970-566-3524 or email compost@cleanairlawncare.com.

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  • 14
  • Oct2009

Clean Air Lawn Care of Portland adds Electric Truck

This year, Todd Hepp and Jon Puckett, owners of Clean Air Lawn Care of Portland, made the investment to buy an all electric truck for their Portland lawn care routes. The electricity used to run the truck is from wind power. “The truck is an attention getter, we get a thumbs-up from people all over […]

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  • 12
  • Oct2009

Interview with Kelly Giard, founder of Clean Air Lawn Care

This is a great interview with Kelly Giard, the founder of Clean Air Lawn Care, covering why we use electric lawn equipment powered with renewable energy, as well as a new perspective on synthetic lawns. Check out the story at http://www.charlesandhudson.com/archives/2009/10/kelly_giard_clean_air_lawn_care.htm

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  • 08
  • Oct2009
  • 08
  • Oct2009

Compare Pollution Emissions from Lawn Mowers

• In 1 hour, 1 gas lawn mower emits the same amount of ozone forming pollutants as a SUV driven 23,500 miles. • Compare Pollution Emissions: Gasoline Mowers(grams per year): Hydrocarbons 1475.0 Carbon Monoxide 11425.0 Carbon Dioxide 24075.0Nitrogen Oxides 50.0 Electric Mowers(grams per year): Hydrocarbons 0.8172Carbon Monoxide 4.572Carbon Dioxide 21240.0Nitrogen Oxides 11.28 Wind/Solar Powered Electric […]

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  • 07
  • Oct2009

Vote for Change!

Did you know gas lawn mowers consume 580 million gallons of gasoline annually? Vote Clean Air Lawn Care: http://bit.ly/16n0VJ Inspire change!

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  • 06
  • Oct2009

Clean Air Compost

Clean Air Lawn Care & National Recycling Partner to Launch Clean Air Compost Did You Know? Rotting food in landfills releases methane, a more potent greenhouse gas than CO2. Composting reduces methane gas (a greenhouse gas) production by keeping food waste out of the landfill. Food waste is the third-largest component of generated waste by […]

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  • 06
  • Oct2009

Is There a Greener Way to Mow

Going ‘green’ is the ‘in’ thing to do, but are homeowners overlooking the green in their yard when ‘greening’ their lives? Your grass isn’t nearly as green as it looks if you’re still using a gas-guzzling, pollution-spewing lawn mower, but is cutting your grass with a reel mower the only way to be green? Most […]

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