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Washington D.C. Water & Sewer Authority
In January  the Washington D.C. Water and Sewer Authority issued an invitation to bid on two trash skimming vessels, each with a minimum volume capacity of 395 cubic feet and a minumum payload capacity of 6,025 pounds. One tilt deck trailer was also required.

The Challenge
The Anacostia and Potomac Rivers are recognized as valuable resources the City of Washington D.C. Situated in a large metropolis, debris posed a major problem that comprised aesthetics and impacted tourism. In an effort to develop these valuable rivers into a magnificent waterfront, the City of Washington D.C. implemented a Floatable Debris Removable program.

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War on Weeds Loses Ground - With its jumble of leaves and pointy, green, flower spikes, the plant known as pigweed or palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) isn’t much to look at. But to farmers in the southeastern United States, it is a formidable foe. Having evolved the ability to withstand glyphosate, the main ingredient in Monsanto’s popular herbicide Roundup, it now flourishes unchecked alongside crops such as cotton and soya bean that are genetically modified to be glyphosate tolerant.


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