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Residents and cities are fed up with noise issues associated with the landscape maintenance industry. People are demanding quieter and cleaner alternatives. Learn how to turn a challenge into an opportunity.
The AGZA workshop will introduce the basics of transitioning landscape maintenance operations from intensive gas-powered machinery to lower impact technologies which include battery electric, robotics, and human powered devices. Additionally, learn how to use alternative maintenance practices as a marketing and business advantage. Introduction to large institutional Green Zone projects will also be included. Commercial electric samples will be on hand for class participants to inspect.
1. Introduce the basics of transitioning landscape maintenance operations from intensive gas-powered machinery to lower impact technologies.
2. Learn how to use alternative maintenance practices as a marketing and business advantage.
3. Introduction to large institutional Green Zone projects.
Founder of the American Green Zone Alliance (AGZA) comes from the gas-powered landscape maintenance industry. Seeking a more sustainable way to operate lawn and garden equipment, Dan has devoted nearly fifteen years developing and applying clean battery technology for the grounds maintenance industry.
To further the acceptance of cleaner battery powered technologies, Dan created and implemented the American Green Zone Alliance “Green Zone” certification program which includes outreach, training, and impact reporting. AGZA works with Cities, Towns, Academia, Landscape Maintenance Companies, Contractors, and Air Quality Management Agencies providing sustainable grounds maintenance education and consultation.