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The Montclair Office of Environmental Affairs and Sustainable Montclair invite residents and landscapers to experience the future of outdoor power at their electric leaf blower and equipment demonstration, to be held at Tuers Park on Saturday, August 26.

Join us for an exciting event that brings together innovation and sustainability in the heart of Montclair, New Jersey! Are you tired of the noise, emissions, and hassle of traditional outdoor power equipment? Look no further! The Electric Leaf Blower and Outdoor Power Equipment Demonstration is here to showcase the cutting-edge technologies that are revolutionizing the way we maintain our outdoor spaces.

Date: Saturday, August 26th
Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Tuers Park, 68 Stonehenge Rd. Montclair, NJ 07043

Step into a greener and quieter world as we gather at Tuers Park to explore the potential of electric outdoor power tools. Montclair residents and local landscaping companies are invited to this hands-on event that highlights the benefits of electric equipment without compromising on performance.

Event Highlights

Live Demonstrations: Witness the power of electric leaf blowers and more in action. Experience firsthand how these devices deliver impressive results while being kinder to the environment.

Sustainability at Its Best: Learn about the eco-friendly advantages of electric equipment. From reducing noise pollution to minimizing carbon emissions, these tools are designed to preserve the beauty of our surroundings.

Interactive Stations

Engage with experts who will guide you through the features and operation of various electric outdoor tools. Discover the ease of use, low maintenance, and operational efficiency that come with these modern marvels.

Community Dialogue

Connect with fellow Montclair residents and landscaping professionals who share your passion for both pristine landscapes and sustainable living. Exchange insights, tips, and experiences with like-minded individuals.

Practical Insights

Whether you’re a homeowner aiming to maintain a lush garden or a landscaping professional seeking innovative solutions, this event offers valuable insights that can help you make informed decisions about your outdoor equipment.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to witness the future of outdoor power equipment right here in Montclair. Embrace sustainability without compromising on performance and be part of a movement that is redefining the way we care for our outdoor spaces. Join us on August 26, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Tuers Park, and together, let’s cultivate a greener and cleaner future! Hosted by Montclair’s Department of Environmental Affairs.

One reply on “Montclair To Hold Electric Leaf Blower Demonstration”

  1. I question who wrote this promotional piece. “Are you tired of the noise, emissions, and hassle of traditional outdoor power equipment?” Perhaps some people hate the noise. Other people beleive the emissions are destroying planet earth. Perhaps both noise and emissions are evil.

    But “hassle?” How out of touch is that? Convenience, ease of use, speed, labor savings, range of operational use are just some of the advantages of gas-powered leaf blowers. Sounds like the gathering at Tuers Park is more preaching to the converted than a simple demonstration.

    How about this? If the sponsors truly believe there should be “community dialogue,” then why not an equal representation demonstration? Dialogue, after all, requires at least ‘two’ sides. Bring the best new battery or corded equipment and go head-to-head with “traditional outdoor power equipment.”

    Personally, I don’t care who wins. I have a corded electric mower. A battery-operated leaf blower. A gas-powered automobile. I am diverse. But I am becoming more thin-skinned with every over-reach of our preening city council and sustainability activists. And one more thing: is it totally incorrect of me to ask, why won’t “Sustainable Montclair” do what other activist organizations do and put the names of the organizers on its website? It’s standard operating procedure. Who are these “neighbors” who believe the future has been determined? If it’s such a powerful cause, why be shy about it?

    I might actually agree with them, but I’d like to know. Transparency, folks. It’s a Thing.

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