Stamford-based Eastern Land Management opens Monroe campus

TRD New York /
Feb.February 27, 2019 03:54 PM

Eastern Land Management has opened a new campus in Monroe, the Fairfield County Business Journal reported. The Stamford-based commercial landscaping and snow removal services firm’s new 6-acre, 20,000-square-foot campus at 154 Enterprise Drive “will serve as a hub for its winter operations and will house the company’s new zero-emission, all-electric fleet,” the outlet reported. ELM’s president, Bruce Moore Jr., told the outlet the company has been working to become more sustainable. “Last year, we committed to dramatically take our green game up a notch,” he said. “With a special focus on alternative fuels and less harmful approaches, we hope to make ELM a leader in sustainability and value creation.” [FBJ]


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