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Battery Powered Equipment – our investment in the future

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Mike Dobbins

Mike is the director here at Meadow Landscapes. He is the reason why we aim to provide both commercial grounds maintenance and landscaping services to both the private and public sector in the southwest.

Mike Dobbins of Meadow Landscapes comments on their investment in battery powered grounds maintenance equipment.

“Keeping our operatives safe at work is priority for our grounds maintenance company and reducing the risk of HAVS is a particular focus for us. There is much evidence which states that battery powered equipment causes less vibration for the operator compared to traditional, petrol driven equivalents. In addition, the battery operated equipment offers good protection against other health risks such as daily fume inhalation.

Another benefit to using battery-operated tools is the environmental impact. They are more sustainable; they have a very low carbon, volatile organic compound and dangerous fine partial matter output making for a much greener pollution footprint. There is no reliance on fossil fuel so there are no carbon emissions, and are not as noisy (a particular benefit when working in residential areas).

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“We are fully insured, operate a strict health and safety regime, a comprehensive staff training programme, are licensed to handle and apply chemicals and remove waste.”

Customer reviews

“I just had to email you to say what a fantastic job the lads have done on the Landscaping. The entrance to the Business Park now looks so neat and tidy. Very thorough work.”


Portisfields Business Park

“Just wanted to pass on some praise! Our Director, who is only in a couple of times a week at most was in last week and made a point of telling me how particularly good the gardens looked so I felt I should let you know it has been noticed.”


Clifford Talbot Partnership

“Thank you Mike & your guys for doing an amazing job in the freezing cold.”


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