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Overgrown vegetation in our transmission Right-of-Ways can pose safety hazards and cause avoidable power outages. To minimize the potential for these outages, Unitil uses an environmentally responsible integrated vegetation management approach to control natural plant growth. A critical part of this program is herbicide application.

Herbicide application allows us to keep power lines clear of tall growing undesirable plants while maintaining low growing desirable vegetation. This practice has been known to increase biodiversity on Right-of-Ways when compared to mowing alone. It allows for low growing native vegetation to flourish, providing for wildlife habitat and food. It also allows us to control non-native invasive species while protecting native low growing vegetation. These herbicides are some of the same products you may use to control vegetation around your home. Ensuring that vegetation does not encroach on the power lines, while protecting our environment, is a priority at Unitil. That’s why we continually research the best technologies and techniques. Trained and professional maintenance crews selectively apply product in a controlled low-dose to manage plant growth in a safe and environmentally-friendly manner. All products used by Unitil are approved by the Environmental Protection Agency and appropriate state agencies. If you have concerns or would like more information about Unitil’s herbicide program, contact us at, 888-301-7700. 800-582-7276 (Seacoast NH) or 800-852-3339 (Capital NH).

 

Click here for the Herbicide Notification which includes a list of right-of-ways that Unitil will conduct maintenance on in the associated Towns, beginning September 28, 2015
Massachusetts Five Year Vegetation Management Plan (VMP)
The VMP outlines the company’s five-year managing vegetation on utility rights-of-way in compliance with MA 333 CMR 11.00, and all applicable state regulations pertinent to the management of utility rights-of-way.  The company’s VMP is based on integrated vegetation management (IVM) principles and practices
 
- July 13, 2017
- July 13, 2017
 
A hard copy of the VMP and YOP can be provided upon request to forestry@until.com.

Unitil is a proud sponsor of The Tree Fund.

 

Unitil is a proud sponsor of Stihl Tour des Trees, to benefit the TREE Fund. 

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