Briggs & Stratton builds engines which produce less
emissions and is continually improving our production
process to better the environment.
Briggs & Stratton has a long-standing commitment to protect the environment and through continuous research and development investments in advanced technology, has reduced the emissions produced by its engines by up to 75% since 1995. The introduction of ECO-PLUS™ Technology engines further demonstrates Briggs & Stratton’s commitment to reduce engine emissions.
Not only is Briggs & Stratton building engines which are producing less emissions, we are also continuously improving our production processes and aim to protect limited resources. That is why we are using over 36 M kg of recycled aluminum in our engines annually and all our cast iron and steel components are made from recycled materials. In addition the emissions generated by the engine painting process have been reduced by 85% since 1990.
Learn more about how we uphold our commitment to sustainability and environmental progress.
Briggs & Stratton is a member of European Garden Machinery Federation.