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Stay Green INC.
Santa Clarita, California — 66 Mowers (Large Fleet)
With a demanding mowing season of 52 weeks, this busy fleet required equipment that could keep up without causing delays for maintenance and costly repairs.
- On-site dispensing: five total refueling pumps at three locations.
- Plans to permanently install above ground refueling station at each yard facility with 500- to 1,000-gallon tanks.
- Estimated fuel savings of at least 50 percent per gallon of propane compared with gasoline.
- Saving an estimated 70 percent on maintenance costs compared with that required for gasoline mowers.
- Saved even more on upfront equipment purchases with help from the Propane Mower Incentive Program.
- Utilizes propane-powered equipment to reduce their carbon footprint.
Strauser nature’s helpers
Ephrata, Pennsylvania — 30 Mowers (Medium Fleet)
The transition to propane made perfect sense for this company that values minimizing its environmental impact.
- On-site refueling.
- Propane supplier refills cylinders at two company locations weekly.
- Spending more time on the job and less time refueling.
- Improved performance with propane allows the business to reduce its downtime for repairs.
- 19 percent fewer NOx emissions compared with gasoline.
- 16 percent fewer SOx emissions compared with gasoline.
Davis Mowing Service
Sauk City, Wisconsin — 2 Mowers (Small Fleet)
Propane is saving money for this fleet every time they use it. When the time comes, they plan to transition all of their mowers to propane to enjoy even better savings.
- On-site refueling.
- Employees refill cylinders from a 500-gallon tank.
- Estimated fuel savings of $2.70 per gallon of propane compared with gasoline.
- Recently won a job after submitting a lower bid in anticipation of fuel cost savings.
- Seeing opportunity to market fleet’s low emissions status to win more business.
- Receives additional 50 cents back on fuel for using the 2014 Wisconsin state incentive for clean energy.