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June 20, 1994 | ALAN EYERLY
A one-year street-sweeping contract has been awarded to Irvine-based Sunset Property Services, which uses sweepers powered by compressed natural gas. The sweepers produce 95% less carbon monoxide and particulate emissions than sweepers powered by diesel fuel, company President John Howhannesian said. The company's sweepers also use a regenerative air system designed to recirculate air inside the vehicle, rather than expel dust and particulates into the environment, Howhannesian said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 1994 | ALAN EYERLY
A one-year street-sweeping contract has been awarded to Irvine-based Sunset Property Services, which uses sweepers powered by compressed natural gas. The sweepers produce 95% less carbon monoxide and particulate emissions than sweepers powered by diesel fuel, company President John Howhannesian said. The company's sweepers also use a regenerative air system designed to recirculate air inside the vehicle, rather than expel dust and particulates into the environment, Howhannesian said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 8, 2000 | Marie Padilla, (949) 574-4203
Officials are seeking proposals from qualified firms for street-sweeping services for the city's 383 miles of road. The contract would run from Jan. 1, 2001, through Dec. 31, 2003. The city has contracted with the Sunset Property Services of Irvine since 1994. Proposals are due by Oct. 4 at City Hall, 23161 Lake Center Drive. Information: Public Works office, (949) 461-3480.
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September 25, 1992 | Carol Smith / Special to The Times
Looks Do Count: What do you pitch when commercial properties are a hard sell in a soft market? Curb appeal. A recent survey by Sunset Property Services in Irvine shows that 98% of building owners and managers rated property maintenance "very important" to the financial health of their properties, including their ability to retain tenants, and 95% ranked it as "very important" to leasability.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 1998 | FRANK MESSINA
The city's street sweeping contract will be extended for another year, the City Council decided on a split vote last week. Rather than seek bids, a 3-2 council majority agreed that Sunset Property Services should get a one-year extension, with an option for another year. The council also approved sweeping city streets on a weekly basis. City Manager Robert C. Dunek said the firm's record was exemplary, adding that Sunset added new equipment to serve Lake Forest and other accounts.
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