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Sincere Condolences
We were deeply saddened to hear of the weed harvester accident and fatality on Wallace Lake in Washington County this week. While the cause of the accident is still being investigated, it will remain a tragedy regardless of what they find. For that reason, we feel it is important to point out that this was not an Aquarius Systems Harvester. Additionally, we can assure you that our professionally-registered engineering staff calculates & analyzes buoyancy & balance very very carefully for every Weed Harvester, Trash Harvester and Swamp Devil we design and build. We send our condolences to the family and friends of the deceased. Aquarius Systems ... more >>
Lake Winnipesaukee Water Quality Threatened
New Hampshire’s largest lake is showing a disturbing trend. Over the past several years, the amount of phosphorus in Lake Winnipesaukee has grown. Too much phosphorus can cause algae and invasive species like milfoil to flourish and impair the lake’s water quality. ... more >>
How the Use of Natural Flood Defenses can Protect our Coast and Rivers
Alongside man-made solutions natural flood defense schemes can help to prevent flooding. A ground breaking project at Wallasea Islands’ Wild Coast is recreating wetlands, mudflats and saltmarsh, lagoons and pasture to combat coastal flooding. Certain types of vegetation and landscape are very good at retaining water. ... more >>

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