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Innovations in Outdoor Maintenance

Innovations in Outdoor Maintenance

Join Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Planning Commission, Sustainability Institute,

Cornell Cooperative of Suffolk County and Quiet Communities

Monday, June 16, 2014, 8:00 am −10:30 am

H Lee Dennison Bldg, 100 Veterans Memorial Hwy, Hauppauge, NY 11788

First Floor Media Room

·        JOIN US to learn about:

o   Ways to reduce nitrogen pollution from lawn fertilizer

o   The adverse impacts of gas-powered equipment on our health and environment.

o   How new technologies can deliver great performance, eliminate pollution, reduce noise, improve sustainability…    and save money!

·        PARTICIPATE IN A HANDS-ON DEMO of a full line of innovative outdoor maintenance equipment and exciting prototypes − try them out!



·         Frank Castelli, Environmental Projects Coordinator, SuffolkCounty

·         Neal LewisEsq., Executive Director, Sustainability Institute at Molloy College

·         Tamson Yeh, Pest Management /Turf Specialist, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County

·         Rick Balla, Chief, Watershed Management Branch US EPA Region 2

·         Dan Mabe, President, The Green Station and Founder of the American Green Zone Alliance. Dan works with municipalities, state agencies, commercial properties, and others to implement high performance zero-emissions equipment.


·         Jamie Banks, PhD, MS, Executive Director, Quiet Communities,a non-profit organization providing education and outreach on the health and environmental impacts of gas-powered outdoor maintenance and helping communities find cleaner, quieter, more sustainable, and healthier solutions.

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