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Thursday, May 26 2022 / Published in News, Uncategorized
Jane Dauffenbach Receives Export Achievement Award
Wisconsin Company’ Products Contribute to Clean Water and Post-flood Food Delivery in Africa The U.S. Commercial Service recently presented an Export Achievement Award to one of its longtime clients, Aquarius Systems of North Prairie, Wisconsin. The company was lauded for its contributions to water purification in Malawi and for expanding into the South Sudan. Using
Friday, May 06 2022 / Published in News
Mechanical harvester unloading cut weeds
The City of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, has four marinas with a lot of yachts and people spending their summers on the boats. The water level in the bay is down a foot from what it was last year, and it is predicted there will be more problems with weed growth. The city applies for a
Tuesday, April 19 2022 / Published in aquatic weed harvester, News
Aquarius Systems Large Weed Harvester
Chautauqua Lake Association in New York performed a study focused on weed harvesting. People believe that the harvesting operation loses a lot of plant material and critics of mechanical harvesting say crews don’t collect enough of the plant material that they cut, leaving behind floaters. After operating the weed harvester, reliable data collected shows that
Thursday, April 14 2022 / Published in aquatic plants, News, Uncategorized
Dense Stand of Phragmites
Forty-one towns in Minas Gerais and Espírito Santo, Brazil were affected when the Fundão iron mine tailings dam in Mariana, Minas Gerais state (Southeast Brazil) burst on November 5, 2015, and 19 people died. The toxic waste is estimated to have contaminated 240.8 hectares of Atlantic Rainforest and killed 14 metric tons of fish. Brazilian

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