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17 09, 2018

AquaBio improving the water quality at Malibou Lake.

By |2018-09-17T11:01:58+00:00September 17th, 2018|AquaBio News, Bioremediation, Press Release, Watershed Management|0 Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Malibou Lake now under AquaBio’s Comprehensive Maintenance Plan Agoura Hills, CA - September 17th, 2018 - AquaBio has [...]

20 04, 2017

Village Pond Park Renovation Project Interview with AquaBio

By |2017-04-20T12:47:44+00:00April 20th, 2017|AquaBio in the Press, AquaBio News, Bioremediation, Watershed Restoration|0 Comments

AquaBio has been working for the City of Lake Forest as a wildlife consultant on the Village Pond Park [...]

17 03, 2017

Mini Constructed Wetland for Knott’s Berry Farm

By |2017-04-20T10:11:08+00:00March 17th, 2017|AquaBio in the Press, AquaBio News, Bioremediation, Press Release, Watershed Management, Watershed Restoration|0 Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AquaBio Completes Mini Constructed Wetland for Knott’s Berry Farm Buena Park, CA – March 17, 2017 – [...]

20 12, 2007

What Happens Around Your Lake, Stays In Your Lake

By |2017-03-01T15:21:53+00:00December 20th, 2007|AquaBio News, Bioremediation, Wastewater, Watershed Management, Watershed Restoration|0 Comments

Many of you have noticed that around your neighborhoods you have nicely paved streets and gutters that efficiently and safely remove street runoff after a rain. Some of you may have also noticed that some of it goes directly into the storm drains in your neighborhood.

7 11, 2007

A Ton of Sh..!

By |2017-03-01T15:22:16+00:00November 7th, 2007|Bioremediation, Wastewater, Watershed Management, Watershed Restoration|0 Comments

The biggest pollution problem in most of our urban city lakes is WATERFOWL. Biologists have analyzed the amount of feces an average duck creates per day & come up with 2.7 ounces per day. If you consider your average Southern California urban city lake, of roughly 3 to 5 acres, you probably have about 600 waterfowl on it during the winter.