Aquatic Eco-Systems Improves Orlando's Lakes Through Aeration
Apopka, FL, December 8, 2008 (PR.com)—Aquatic Eco-Systems, Inc., a leading provider of products and services for the aquatic industry, announced today that it has been awarded a contract with the City of Orlando to restore aeration stations on 19 lakes throughout the city. Aeration systems aid in the improvement of a lake's water quality by providing vital oxygen throughout the water.
"Oxygen improves all forms of aquatic life. If you have a shortage, the water can become polluted," said Matt Rayl, Aquatic Eco-Systems' Lakes Department Manager. "By increasing aeration in the city’s lakes, the city of Orlando is taking an important step towards maintaining a resource that the community can be proud of."
Aquatic Eco-Systems will commence work on the systems in early December.
Founded in 1978, Aquatic Eco-Systems (AES) has become the largest source of aquatic products and systems worldwide. AES caters to a variety of aquatic interests and industries, from aquaculture and lake management to aquariums and water gardens. Priding itself on its service and expertise, AES' staff of over 20 technicians and biologists provides advice, troubleshooting and custom design solutions to hobbyists and professionals alike. AES has offered unmatched selection, service and solutions to the aquatic community for 30 years.
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