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Dead Zone | Chemical Fertilizers

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A dead zone the size of Rhode Island in the Gulf of Mexico because of chemical fertilizers?  Hard to imagine,  but absolutely true. Every year towards fall, a phenomenon takes place in the Gulf of Mexico.  As chemical fertilizers run off into streams and tributaries of the Mississippi River, they make a long  journey south, and eventually are dumped into …

Why Propane Lawn Mowers?

Dan Gross Elysian, Lake Francis, Lake Totonka, Propane Mowers, The Lawn Barber Services, Waterville 0 Comments

Gasoline Lawn Mowers Gasoline is one of the dirtiest and most dangerous fuels – behind diesel – for its emissions, especially carbon monoxide & Nitrous Oxide – a mixture of oxides and nitrogen.  17 million gallons of fuel, mostly gasoline, are spilled every year just for refueling purposes of lawn equipment.  This causes ground water contamination, and airborne pollution, especially …