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  • EPA, Army release new definition for Waters of the US January 28, 2020
    EPA and the Army Corps announced a new definition for “waters of the United States,” commonly known as […] The post EPA, Army release new definition for Waters of the US appeared first on Landscape Management.
    LM Staff
  • Companies in the News: Updates from Milwaukee Tool, Honda Power Equipment and more January 27, 2020
    Milwaukee Tool will expand its footprint in the U.S. with a new vertically integrated manufacturing plant in West […] The post Companies in the News: Updates from Milwaukee Tool, Honda Power Equipment and more appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Sarah Webb
  • Team Turf acquires Pennsylvania company’s lawn care division January 27, 2020
    Team Turf, an Erie, Pa.-based pest and lawn care company, purchased the lawn care portion of Matteo & […] The post Team Turf acquires Pennsylvania company’s lawn care division appeared first on Landscape Management.
    Christina Herrick
  • Conserva Irrigation expands with 7 new territories January 27, 2020
    Conserva Irrigation added seven new territories this month. The company welcomed three new franchisees and will open territories […] The post Conserva Irrigation expands with 7 new territories appeared first on Landscape Management.
    LM Staff
  • Mecalac introduces compact power swivel dumper January 27, 2020
    Mecalac, a designer, manufacturer and distributor of compact construction equipment for urban environments, added the TA3SH Power Swivel […] The post Mecalac introduces compact power swivel dumper appeared first on Landscape Management.
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  • Maternity leave – knowing your rights January 28, 2020
    Pregnancy in the workplace and maternity leave can be a difficult thing to get right, especially in our industry where so much of the work can be manual. But it is important that both the employer and employee do it get it right. When you are pregnant, you have four main legal rights that an […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • New Threatened Plant of the Year competition to launch in February January 28, 2020
    Plant Heritage is calling for threatened plants to be entered into their new ‘Threatened Plant of the Year’ competition.   The competition is being launched in conjunction with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS). It will showcase rare and unusual plants. Specifically cultivars grown or sold before 2005 in the UK or Ireland that are not […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Green wall protects kids at school in Enfield January 28, 2020
    The pupils of George Spicer Primary School, Enfield have had a living green wall installed on the Southbury Road side of their playgrounds. This vertical garden of growing ivy should reduce nitrogen dioxide emissions in their playground by up to 20 per cent and help to protect the children from transport noises from one of […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • IKEA Austria store to focus on urban greening January 27, 2020
    In the heart of Vienna, IKEA is establishing the most innovative city centre IKEA store in the world.   The design is being developed in cooperation with querkraft architekten, a Vienna based architectural company. The design has a heavy focus on urban greening, with green on all four facades and a roof terrace.   Due […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Are companies greening to greenwash? January 27, 2020
    Anna Roochove, marketing manager, Scotscape All businesses have an obligation to behave in a way that is responsible for both the planet and their staff.  With research from around the globe supporting the benefits that plants bring – mitigate the urban heat island effect, improve air quality  and biodiversity in urban areas and being specified […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • idverde makes £10,000 donation to Moat Foundation January 24, 2020
    idverde has donated £10,000 to Moat Foundation, providing a welcome boost to the foundation’s charitable community work. The Moat Foundation was created by housing association, Moat Homes. idverde also provides grounds maintenance services. Members of idverde met with the team to present the cheque. The donation is earmarked for existing programmes in Moat Foundation’s community […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Green-tech receives £2.3m backing from HSBC UK January 24, 2020
    Green-tech is scaling-up its business following £2.3 million funding from HSBC UK. Green-tech has significantly expanded its storage capacity for stock after completing the final stage of its site development, adding two 10,000 sq. ft. storage units to its warehouse facility in Arkendale, North Yorkshire. The expansion also includes the creation of a 15,000 sq. […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Chelsea Fringe festival returns for ninth year January 23, 2020
    The Chelsea Fringe is the alternative garden festival and established highlight of the horticultural calendar. It has announced its return from Saturday 16 May – Sunday 24 May. Festival director Tim Richardson said:   “Every year the Fringe turns up new and amazing events which surprise and delight us. That’s because we are a true […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • RHS Flower Show Cardiff celebrates 15th anniversary January 23, 2020
    The RHS Flower Show Cardiff will celebrate its 15th anniversary from 17-19 April 2020. The show will shine a spotlight on Visit Wales’ ‘Year of the Outdoors’ theme for 2020.   New for this year, The Great Outdoors area will be central to the show, designed in response to a growing public interest in reconnecting […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh
  • Natural capital tool launched to help protect the environment January 23, 2020
    An ambitious new online resource has been launched by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) to help ensure better environmental decision-making by valuing our ‘natural capital’. The ‘Enabling a Natural Capital Approach’ (ENCA) project is a comprehensive and integrated set of evidence and guidance about UK natural capital that is now accessible […]
    Amy Fitz-Hugh

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  • Garden Design- How to Plan a Garden That is Beautiful Even in the Winter? January 21, 2020
    You might think gardening and winter go together like oil and water but that is not true. There are many plants and garden features that look beautiful and lively all 365 days of the year. Plants can adapt and survive in the winter and many thrive in the freezing cold.... The post Garden Design- How […]
    Borst Landscape
  • How Much are Swimming Pool Maintenance Cost in New Jersey? December 18, 2019
    Are you considering installing a swimming pool or have a new swimming pool? You may be wondering about how much your new swimming pool maintenance costs will be.  The choices you made during the construction of your pool have an impact on the cost of your pool maintenance over the... The post How Much are […]
    Borst Landscape
  • How Much are Swimming Pool Construction Costs in New Jersey? December 17, 2019
    Are you thinking about installing a swimming pool on your property? Swimming pools are a great source of fun, exercise and entertainment during the summer months. They even have the potential to increase the value of your home. Right now, you may be wondering how much you will need to... The post How Much are […]
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