We Earthlings: Gas-Powered Yard Tool CO2 Emissions

We Earthlings: Gas-Powered Yard Tool CO2 Emissions

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Did you realize {that a} gas-powered lawnmower emits 88 kilos of CO2 yearly? The different gas-powered two-stroke engines utilized in yard instruments, similar to blowers and trimmers, contribute but extra CO2. Gas-powered garden and backyard instruments contributed between 24% and 45% of the non-road gasoline emissions within the United States. By making the switch to electrical yard instruments, you and your neighbors could make a much bigger distinction within the battle in opposition to international warming.

Data supply: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency offered this information in a 2015 report, “National Emissions from Lawn and Garden Equipment.”

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Switch from gas-powered garden equipment to electric to reduce CO2 emissions.

This poster was initially revealed on October 15, 2019.