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At Aquarius Systems, our goal is to make waterways usable and enjoyable. Aquatic weed harvesters, trash skimmer boats, amphibious excavators, aquatic weed cutters and a variety of support equipment will help reclaim lakes, rivers and reservoirs from the unwanted vegetation and floating debris that negatively impact recreation and navigation. ... more >>
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Martin County is using a new Hybrid Wetland/Chemical Treatment technology that combines chemical treatment with conventional wetlands treatment, pulling water through a pump station and treating it with a chemical to eliminate as much phosphorous as possible from water. The water is then further polished through floating and submerged vegetation ponds. ... more >>

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Aquatic Invasive Organisms Pose the Principal Hazard to New York’s Lakes, Ponds and Streams - Aquatic invasive species comprise a diversity of plant, animal and algal life that are largely spread by human activity. Most invasive organisms find their way into new water in live-bait wells and on hulls or trailers of boats visiting from infested waters.


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