With countless trees in the scenic landscape of The City of London Cemetery, leaf collection lasts from the beginning of autumn until late spring.
The land at Manor Park in East London was purchased by the City Corporation in 1853 to provide space to alleviate the problem of overcrowded burial grounds in the City.
The Cemetery has purchased its third Trilo SG450 vacuum collector from The Grass Group, which handles a workload equivalent to two men. Leaves are raked to the roadsides and collected with the 350mm diameter suction hose, and blown into the 4.5cu.m hopper via a powerful pto driven fan, making leaf collection a one man operation.
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