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Harvester Removes 500 Cubic Yards of Unwanted Aquatic Vegetation
The aquatic plant harvester cuts the vegetation down approximately 2-5 feet from the surface of the lake. It will not be fully removed since it benefits fish and oxygen levels in the lake. The process helps keep swimmers and watercraft from coming into contact with the vegetation as well as removing the nutrients that the plants hold. ... more >>
Cheese Brine to be Used in Place of Road Salt
Brine is a liquid cheese-making byproduct; if you’ve bought fresh mozzarella, it often comes floating in the stuff. To cheese-makers, it’s a hassle — they spend many thousands of dollars to dispose of cheese brine each year, trucking it to wastewater treatment plants. ... more >>
Lake Quassapaug Wins First Milfoil Battle
The Lake Quassapaug Association had hired divers to hand pull Eurasian milfoil plants from the lake floor after an outcry from lake users opposed to a recommendation to use herbicides. ... more >>

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Community Clean-Up Prevents the Growth of Algae - Storm sewers in city and suburban streets flow directly into lakes and rivers. Leaves, grass clippings, and other organic debris we often see along curbs and clogging storm drains contain phosphorus, nitrogen and sediment which are all significant sources of water pollution.


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