The National Capital Commission will put gas-powered devices into place gardeningLawn toolsIn to the shed.
The crown corporation announced that they will ban the use of gas-powered leaf blowers, line trimmers, hedge trimmers, small chainsaws, and line trimmers on NCC land beginning April 1, 2023.
All NCC maintenance contractors are affected by the ban.
“As the first jurisdiction in Canada to enact a blanket ban on the use of gas-powered small tools, the NCC is committed to climate change leadership and creating a greener and more sustainable National Capital Region,”Tobi Nussbaum, chief executive officer of NCC, said the statement.
According to the NCC banning small engines powered solely by gasoline is against the law. Tools Accelerates progress towards its goal to reduce vehicle- and equipment emissions by 80 percent by 2030
Gas-powered gardeningLaw toolsOttawa City Council may soon ban this word.
Coun. Rawlson King calls on the city’s leaders to eliminate the use of gas-powered lawn mowers and other yard equipment by next spring.
King presented a motion to the standing committee on environment protection and water management calling for the public works department’s end to the use of gas-powered machinery when it is necessary to replace the equipment with an electric alternative.
“There are many negative impacts to gas-powered leaf-blowers,”King noted that two-stroke engines in gas-powered lawn- and yard-equipment emit more carbon monoxide than a car.
California passed a law prohibiting the sale or purchase new gasoline-powered vehicles. Tools Air pollution must be reduced by January 1, 20,24
At its February meeting, the city of Ottawa committee will be discussing King’s motion.
Canada will be the first country to implement such a blanket policy.| The NCC will be banning gas-powered small toolsBy April 1, 2023, Canada was the first country to adopt such a blanket policy.
leaf blowers, line trimmers, hedge trimmers and small chainsaws
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