Denver hopes to boost air quality with mower program:

05/4/2010 | Denver Post, The

Groups that promote regional air quality around Denver are urging residents to stop using gasoline-powered lawn mowers, drive less and fuel vehicles only after dark to help comply with tighter federal smog standards and deal with public-health concerns. One group subsidized the purchase of battery-powered lawn mowers, and about 475 owners of gasoline-powered mowers recently traded in their machines for battery-powered mowers for a cost of $150 to $250, compared with retail prices of $299 to $399.

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