AquaBio Wishes you a Happy & Healthy New Year

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AquaBio Wishes you a Happy & Healthy New Year

As we reflect on the past year, one thing springs to mind – where did the time go? The AquaBio team has been busy with continued lake maintenance, new installations of floating treatment wetlands, habitat restoration for endangered species, and the development of new products, to name but a few projects.

We look forward to 2019 with upcoming new products and projects on the horizon. AquaBio will continue to install floating treatment wetlands, helping to augment naturally occurring processes to improve water quality in much needed urban and rural water bodies. And finally, our non-profit will be launching this year! AquaPlanet Foundation is a labor of love, so please stay tuned for more news about this exciting endeavor!

“May your walls know joy, may every room hold laughter, and every window open to great possibility.” — Mary Anne Radmacher

By |2018-12-24T07:45:01+00:00December 24th, 2018|Bioremediation, Watershed Management, Watershed Restoration|0 Comments

About the Author:

Katharine Tzadik is AquaBio’s senior biologist assisting in the analysis of data, research and development. She has a BSc in Biology and an MSc in Marine Environmental Protection. Raised in the UK and most recently residing in Puerto Rico, Katharine has travelled extensively, taking a role in conservation of coral reefs in several parts of the world. Her experience has taken her from working with sea turtles in Crete, to fish and coral monitoring in Fiji, to working with stakeholders through workshops and meetings in Florida. She brings valuable experience in project management and research, water quality analysis for watersheds, and a keen awareness of local stakeholder values and concerns to Aquabio.

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