It’s no surprise that battery-powered equipment is gaining more ground in the lawn care industry. The technology is improving each year and the performance is rising to a level that even Pro landscaping crews can replace gas tools. Starting January 1, 2024 (or whatever is most feasible), California plans to ban the sale of gas lawn care equipment. Clint, Tom, and Kenny shared their thoughts in this episode of PTR Punchlist.
On the clock, Kenny dives deep to discover the practical limits and comparative differences for all kinds of tools. Off the clock, his faith and love for his family are his top priorities, and you'll typically find him in the kitchen, on his bike (he's an Ironman), or taking folks out for a day of fishing on Tampa Bay.
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Why did you not touch on battery disposal pollution?
They banned buying new equipment under 25hp. Stop misleading people, all it does is make people mad for no reason