AGZA spent another energetic and informative day at University of California Irvine, this time as part of the UCI Housing Department Electric Equipment Open House.
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AGZA was honored to be invited to showcase at the University of California Irvine’s inspirational Sustainability Fair. UCI is an ambitious sustainability leader in the academic space, and are moving towards an all-electric zero-emission grounds maintenance program. If UCI engages AGZA for Certification and Accreditation — they would claim the title of the Nation’s First University AGZA Green Zone®!
AGZA and East Coast partner Quiet Communities introduce commercial-grade electric equipment from Mean Green and EGO to the Town of Lexington, MA, Dept of Parks and Rec, followed by an in-depth presentation on the benefits of AGZA Green Zone® Certification and AGZA Service Professional Accreditation.
AGZA partners with a forward-thinking Woodland Hills resident to offer quiet, zero-emission battery-electric equipment for all the nieghborhood lawn crews to try out and to share.
AGZA founder and CEO Dan Mabe gives an in-depth interview to The Urban Monk, pedram shojai.
A quick behind-the-scenes look at the scope of work AGZA does every day to establish Green Zones® and make communities sustainable.
The City of South Pasadena is the first AGZA Green Zone® City in the United States. The American Green Zone Alliance (AGZA) will certify the groundbreaking sustainability achievement at a public ceremony on Friday, September 9th in the city’s beautiful Arroyo Park.
Cal State LA President William Covino proudly announces the zero-emission groundskeeping initiative and thanked the AQMD and AGZA. The groundbreaking program will help CSLA slash its carbon footprint and create a quieter campus with less pollution.
Evergreene Lawn Care is a favorite AGZA Certified Service Provider, a true zero-emission crew 100% committed to sustainable grounds maintenance. This post gives a behind-the-scenes with Evergreene as they service two huge school soccer fields of wet grass with a Mean Green 60” battery-electric ZTR.
A milestone in the advancement of thriving, healthy, sustainable communities: after a decade of sweat equity and innovation by AGZA, and two years of intense collaboration with The City of South Pasadena, the SCAQMD, and TruGreen LandCare, everyone involved was thrilled to finally celebrate their achievement.