AGZA Founder and President, Dan Mabe, gives the AGZA educational presentation to management and staff for the City of Fort Collins and their Parks Department and grounds crew. Topics include: an introduction to the health and environmental impacts of gas equipment and operations, the benefits of low-noise zero-emission battery-electric equipment, commercial-grade electric equipment choices, cost analysis and ROI, and an overview of the purpose and requirements of an AGZA Green Zone®.

ABOVE: Out on the grass Dan Mabe introduces suites of AGZA-Approved commercial-grade electric hand tools from STIHL and Husqvarna.

ABOVE: Josh Huffman, Business Segment Director for OREGON’s Outdoor Power Equipment, presents the professional design and features of their 120V hand tools.

ABOVE: Jason Komes (R), Senior Environmental Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Fort Collins, helps Dan coordinate the presentation of equipment to the city crew and officials.

ABOVE: Mike Brunkhardt (L), Senior Supervisor, Fort Collins Parks Department, joins Dan and Jason with equipment from STIHL, Husqvarna, and Mean Green Mowers.

SLIDESHOW ABOVE (click arrows): Dan Mabe, Josh Huffman, and Fort Collins staff present tools and information to city officials and crew.


Below are the full commercial-grade equipment lineups of AGZA Approved battery-electric brands showcased at the Fort Collins workshop.