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Bemus Landscape Receives National and Local Environmental Improvement Awards

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The California landscaping company won a PLANET award at this year's GIE+EXPO.

| November 4, 2009

Bemus Landscape, Inc. is proud to announce itself as the recipient of two awards recognizing the company’s commitment to environmental stewardship on both a national and local level—a national Merit Award from the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET) and the prestigious Judges Beautification Award from the California Landscape Contractors Association (CLCA) of Orange County.

“These awards are a result of Bemus’ commitment to ensure that the quality and integrity of each property is maintained”, said Jon Parry, general manager of Bemus Landscape. “We are honored to receive these awards recognizing our efforts in improving and beautifying the environment. They reflect the type of quality and environmentally-friendly landscape management philosophy Bemus is committed to on its projects.” 

For its superior work at Talega, Bemus Landscape received a national Merit Award from the 40th Annual Environmental Improvement Awards Program sponsored by PLANET. Talega, located in San Clemente, is a residential community consisting of nearly 4,000 homes situated on more than 3,000 acres. Bemus manages approximately 28,000,000 sq. ft. of slope and common area landscaping at the project.

Bemus also received the Judges Beautification Award from the Orange County chapter of CLCA for its landscape management of One Ford Road. This award is bestowed annually on the contractor that exhibits the single finest example of landscape management in Orange County.  One Ford Road is a manicured development of high-end homes located in Newport Beach that features amenities such as a community putting green, a rose garden, and a large recreation facility.

 Bemus was honored at the PLANET Green Industry Conference Awards Presentation and Reception on Friday, Oct. 30 in Louisville, Ky.

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