Greenworks Commercial, Mooresville, N.C., and Community Landscape Services, Sterling, Va., a Sperber Co., recently hosted a “Let’s Go Green Together” event at The Farm Brewery, Broad Run, Va., to showcase how battery-operated products can help increase sustainability and reduce emissions.
The event included several community leaders, developers, property managers and school board directors within the D.C. Metro area, allowing guests to experience Greenworks’ battery-powered equipment and learn about the importance of this equipment for local Homeowner Associations (HOAs).
The event included education on the current state of regulations concerning gas-powered equipment. Some of Greenworks newest products include OptimusMC™, a 20-ft.-long mobile charging trailer equipped with a 26kWh built-in lithium-ion battery, and a zero-turn mower, OptimusZ, now produced in the company’s new manufacturing facility in Morristown, Tenn.
“Greenworks Commercial, under our 82V ecosystem, offers the most extensive product range of all manufacturers, our portfolio serves every application without producing carbon or noise emissions,” said Per Kvarby, vice president of product management and marketing, Greenworks Commercial.