Florida Cold Water Fish Kills

Posted January 29th, 2019

Florida Cold Water Fish Kills - Water Temperatures are dropping! Cold fronts that affect fish historically occur in January and February in the state of Florida, and we seem to be getting our fair share of them.  Florida is experiencing a third extended cold snap with  temperatures from the upper 20s through the 40s from… Read More

Mandolin Canal Pilot Project

Posted October 19th, 2018

Vertex Water Features Awarded Mandolin Canal Pilot Project Pompano Beach, Florida, October 19th: The City of Cape Coral has awarded Vertex Water Features of Pompano Beach, Florida a contract to install and test an AirGate bubble curtain system across the mouth of the Mandolin canal. The purpose of the bubble curtain is to block cyanobacteria… Read More

Florida Warm Water Fish Kills

Posted June 28th, 2018

Florida Warm Water Fish Kills - Water Temperatures are rising with the temp! Warmer weather brings warmer water, less dissolved oxygen, and fish kills. Welcome to summer. It seems to have started much too soon this year.  Before we realized it, the temperatures hovered near 90 with a heat index close to 100.  When the… Read More

Aquatic Systems Successfully Completes 187 Acre Hydrilla Management Contract

Posted June 14th, 2018

Aquatic Systems Completes 187 Acre Hydrilla Management Contract June 2018 - Located in Land O' Lakes, Florida, Lake Padgett is a beautiful 187-acre lake surrounded by homes, wetlands and natural areas. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the many recreational opportunities afforded them by such a large community waterway including fishing, water-skiing, boating and swimming. Several… Read More

Aquatic Systems’ Long-term Customer Named Best Park in Florida by MONEY Magazine

Posted June 14th, 2018

Aquatic Systems' Long-term Customer Named Best Park in Florida by MONEY Magazine Everyone loves Wakodahatchee Wetlands MONEY Magazine used consumer data to determine the best park in each state. Wakodahatchee is listed along with world famous parks such as Central Park in New York City, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, and Glacier National Park in… Read More

Aquatic Systems Publishes Fish Kill Article in National CAI Magazine

Posted May 18th, 2018

See dead fish floating on your lake? There are several reasons why a fish kill might occur from a nutrient overload, low oxygen levels to rapidly changing water temperatures. Florida communities have seen fish kills and contacted us about why and how it happened and asked us for help cleaning up the fish and preventing future… Read More

Aquatic Systems Teams Up with Customer

Posted March 9th, 2018

Innisbrook Copperhead Golf Course The weekend of March 8- 11, long-term Aquatic Systems customer, Innisbrook Copperhead Golf Course was host to the Valspar PGA Championship. Aquatic Systems has been taking care of twenty-four waterways at Innisbrook Golf Course for many years, working with their landscape crew to keep the community and the golf course top notch… Read More

Aquatic Systems Awarded 4G Ranch Contract

Posted March 5th, 2018

Aquatic Systems Awarded 4G Ranch Management Contract Largest Groundwater Recharge Wetland in the World.  This recently completed $13 million reclaimed water project is intended to recharge Pasco County’s sinking ground water table and sustainably restore wetlands and natural habitats throughout the region that were degraded from years of well pumping due to housing and commercial… Read More

Aquatic Systems Welcomes Jordana Cutajar to Science Team

Posted February 12th, 2018

Aquatic Systems is pleased to announce that Jordana Cutajar has joined the company science team as a Laboratory Biologist and as the company’s Sustainability Officer. Her focus in the corporate lab will be water quality analysis, toxic algae identification, report writing and sustainable solutions for invasive species control. Her knowledge and experience in the area… Read More

Green Cay Wetlands

Posted January 22nd, 2018

Green Cay Wetlands in Boynton Beach, FL Green Cay wetlands consists of 100 acres of constructed wetland with a 1.5 mile elevated boardwalk over it. It is located in Palm Beach County, Florida and provides the south Florida region with an excellent opportunity to experience and learn about this unique habitat. Aquatic Systems has been maintaining… Read More