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.
Read the 2016 research results and insights to better understand the outlook for propane in the commercial landscape market.