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Massachusetts Case Study

A town in Massachusetts purchased a HM-820 Aquatic Plant Harvester, SC-34 Shore Conveyor, and TR-34 Trailer for use on a man-made 102 acre lake with an average depth of just 7' and a maximum depth of 23'. Since nearly 2/3 of the pond lies over former swamp and flooded meadow lands the bottom is covered in nutrient-rich organic muck that greatly accelerates aquatic plant growth. Heavy Urbanization around the lake has added to the problem.

Government prermitting to harvest the lake often restricts the Town to a mere six weeks to cut the entire lake, so they purchased one of our largest weed harvesters to accomplish the task within the allotted time frame.

Learn more about the Massachusetts Weed Harvesting Project.


 
 


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Massive Amounts of Trash Trapped In Miami Canal Booms Can Be Seen From Space - A significant volume of trash gets through the flood booms because they are not designed for capturing trash. When they open the floodgates, all the trash goes straight out to the bay. This is a significant source of trash and debris in our bay, which goes out to the ocean, and this isn't just a little. This is probably tons of trash every year in our own first world country.


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