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 [...]

AquaBio improving the water quality at Malibou Lake.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Malibou Lake now under AquaBio’s Comprehensive Maintenance Plan Agoura Hills, CA - September 17th, 2018 - AquaBio has recently begun working for the Malibou Lake Mountain Club. This is an exciting project to improve and maintain good water quality and clarity for the lake. Malibou Lake is a picturesque spot surrounded by the Santa Monica Mountains, and [...]

Floating Treatment Wetlands | Top 7 Questions Answered

"What is that floating out in the lake?!" It's one of the most asked questions we get while on-site at lakes with floating treatment wetlands or floating treatments islands. So for World Water Day 2018, we thought we would take a moment and do a rundown of the top seven questions about floating treatment islands. Happy World Water Day! [...]

By |March 22nd, 2018|Categories: Biomimicry, Watershed Management|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Our Year In Review | AquaBio 2017

As 2018 begins we take time to reflect on the year we have had and everything we are grateful for. It was a year full of activity, from moving the business, to exciting new projects across the county, and also, planning for the future. 2017 New Beginning for AquaBio The year began with AquaBio relocating to a more spacious office [...]

Plastic Free July | Show Even More Appreciation This Month

We are doing our part to reduce the amount of plastic in our lakes, both at the source, and how we use plastic in our products, specifically our floating islands.

Jump Right In | July is Lakes Appreciation Month

Summer is here! There is no better time to enjoy and appreciate your local lakes, ponds and reservoirs. With over 3000 named lakes and reservoirs in California alone there are plenty to choose from.

By |June 29th, 2017|Categories: AquaBio News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments
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