Lawn & Landscape in Windsor Locks, Connecticut is a family-owned,
commercial landscape company. Its year-round business model requires the
company to store equipment and fuel in the off-season. After making the switch
to propane, they eliminated fuel degradation issues, saved 50 percent in fuel
costs, and increased overall efficiency.
As a company that primarily serves residential customers, Trump Lawn and Land was attracted to the low emissions benefits of propane mowers. By greening up its work with an all-propane fleet of mowers, Trump now has a competitive edge over competitors.
U of L’s Ground Services Department recognized the need to reduce emissions on the heels of a campus-wide green initiative in 2008. Since adopting propane, the department has successfully incorporated sustainability into its daily operations, on top of saving an average of $2,000 annually.
Franchisees Steve and Teana Ferguson were looking for economical ways to reduce their company’s carbon footprint. Since their transition to a propane-powered fleet, the husband-and-wife team has saved more than 50 percent on fuel costs while cutting their greenhouse gas and carbon monoxide emissions.