Aquatic Weed Harvesting

Aquatic Technologies offers a broad range of contract services in the removal of aquatic vegetation from all types of waterways, using proven, effective and efficient removal methods that are environmentally safe.

Aquatic Technologies specialise in providing advice on managing waterway issues and the provision of aquatic maintenance and contracting services and activities including:

  • Aquatic plant and weed harvesting services. (Collection, Removal & Containment.)
  • Algae removal services.

Aquatic Technologies can meet whatever aquatic issues you may encounter. With trained professional staff and specialised equipment, including aquatic weed harvesters, amphibious harvesters, algae skimming and removal boats, Aquatic Technologies can provide total contract maintenance solutions.

Our fleet of aquatic weed harvesters, amphibious harvesters, spray boats and support equipment, including boat to shore transfer conveyers are the latest in harvesting technology and boasts as one of the newest fleets of harvesters and equipment in Australia. Our fleet consists of large aquatic harvesters ranging from our 10 metre (31 foot) harvester, to our smaller versatile amphibious harvester which can operate in any water depth and on shore lines.

Mechanical removal (harvesting) to control aquatic weeds is our preferred approach to solving most aquatic problems where appropriate.

Whatever your aquatic vegetation or algae problem, contact the staff at Aquatic Technologies for the right advice.

Aquatic Harvester AQ5

Aquatic Harvesting

Aquatic Harvesting with Mobitrac

Aquatic Harvesting AQ2

Aquatic Harvester AQ4

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Emergent Roots are anchored in the substrate with stems, leaves or flowers projecting above the water’s surface.
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Floating Attached Roots are attached to substrate. Stems, leaves or flowers may/may not be above water’s surface.
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Algae No distinguishable roots, stems or leaves.
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Free Floating Roots are not attached to substrate and float on the water’s surface.
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Submerged Growing below the water’s surface whether attached to substrate or not.
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