How to Control Whiteflies
Controlling whiteflies can be especially tough since they thrive year-round and have brutal effects on your landscape if not taken care of properly. Thankfully, there’s plenty you can do to keep whiteflies from invading your landscape, and the first step is education. Here’s what you need to know.
Recognizing the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day
Earth Day has historically been an important day of reflection and action for BrightView. Yet this year, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s taken on a new meaning. As we all examine how we can stay healthy and better care for our communities in light of the novel coronavirus, we realize the lessons of Earth Day are more important than ever.
Spotted Lanternfly: Tips for Protection - Ask BrightView
Spotted Lanternfly infestation is worse than predicted in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Virginia. Bill Paige, a certified arborist and BrightView’s spotted lanternfly remediation expert, shares tips for prevention against spotted lanternfly infestation.
Penn Switches to All Electric Landscaping Equipment with Help from BrightView
The BrightView team that maintains the campus is now operating entirely with low-emission electric mowers and hand-held equipment. With each mower running an average of 300 hours per year, the team expects this will eliminate the amount of emissions equivalent to approximately 1,500 cars averaging 12,000 miles each year.
Spotted Lanternflies Have Some Properties Seeing Red
The spotted lanternfly is an invasive species that first made an appearance in the U.S. in Berks County, Pa., in 2014. Since that time, it has been found in other parts of Pennsylvania, as well as New Jersey and Virginia. In addition to the damage it can cause to your landscape, the spotted lanternfly poses a large threat to both the ecosystem and the economy.
BrightView-Maintained Oracle Campuses Honored for Efficient Water Use, Savings
Two Oracle campuses, both located in California, were awarded for efficient water use by the Silicon Valley Water Conservation Awards Coalition. Working with BrightView, Oracle was able to save more than $500,000 and 91 million gallons of potable water in just one year.