New EPA rules prompt green-mower incentives

04/28/2010 | USA Today

A number of U.S. cities are offering discounts for residents who trade their traditional gas-powered mowers for more eco-friendly machines. The strategy could help areas comply with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's clean-air standards that take effect Aug. 31. More than 300 counties are already in violation of federal air-quality standards, and that number is likely to double with the new standards, one EPA official says.

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