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467 Prospect Street Rollinsford, NH603firstname.lastname@example.org://www.wadelandscaping.com
Wade Landscaping is an innovative, environmentally conscious lawn care company based in Rollinsford, New Hampshire. Pioneers in the landscaping field, Wade has been following sustainable landscaping practices since the company’s inception, and is nothing if not creative in how they provide green products and services. After looking around at the veritable business “landscape”, Wade saw an opportunity to bring sustainability to a business that is generally not thought to bestow environmental values, feeling it was imperative to raise the company standard and to create a service that had never been provided to the Seacoast region.
Wade Landscaping provides services that are conscious of the environment, separating themselves from most landscaping companies who are either unaware of or unconcerned with the damages their services render. Not only do these other companies use chemical fertilizers that are by their nature harmful to the environment; they also produce copious amounts of waste in the form of clippings that are never reused or otherwise recycled. Wade Landscaping is different: they do not use chemically harmful fertilizers or chemical mulch dyes, instead using totally organic hydroseeds; they extensively compost clippings and recycle mulch; even their equipment uses 2-cycle fuel, which is non-toxic and cannot cause harm once it enters the ground. Additionally, Wade has in place an anti-idling policy that also helps to significantly reduce the company’s overall carbon emissions, and runs their entire fleet of vehicles on Simply Green BioFuels.
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What makes us green?
- Composts all grass and leaf clippings
- Runs machinery on bio-diesel
- Greening all aspects of an industry that has typically not looked at sustainability
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