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Minimize noise: always run blower at the lowest throttle speed and for the minimum time needed for each task.
Protect soil health: reduce throttle to a minimum when cleaning garden beds. It’s better for the soil and plants to use a rake or clean up by hand.
Protect air quality: on pavement reduce throttle to reduce airborne dust. Do final cleanup with hose or broom whenever possible.
Reduce emissions: if your leaf blower is going to idle for more than a minute, shut engine off until machine is actually needed.
Always be careful: stay alert when near people or pets. Avoid pointing the blower nozzle directly towards anyone. Stop whenever someone approaches.
Respect the community: avoid blowing debris into neighbor’s yards, into the street, or towards doorways and windows.
Work smart: using leaf blowers to move piles of debris, leaves, or grass from one spot to another is often more inefficient.
Think twice: why automatically reach for your leaf blower to clean up lawns & walkways? Sweep or rake where possible.Your Safety Matters: wear ear & eye protection and a face mask when blowing.