Hbarber.com is now available in 53 languages! By selecting the preferred language from the drop-down toolbar located on the top-right of the home page, you can now learn about all of Barber's products and services, regardless of your native language!
A new "Share This" button has also been installed to make sharing content on Hbarber.com with co-workers and interested parties exceedingly easy. E-mail a page or post it to your go-to social media outlet!
Here's a blog post from beachcleaner.com that discusses why tractor-towed beach cleaners are often a better choice for most potential beach cleaner owners. Do you agree?
Tractor-Towed or Self-Propelled Beach Cleaners?
The Los Angeles times recently picked up a story from Ft. Lauderdale that discusses how effective the SURF RAKE is at picking up seaweed and other beach debris. In addition to removing man-made garbage from the beaches, it highlights an environmentally beneficial use for the massive amounts of seaweed the SURF RAKE removes from the beach--compost. Some highlights:
"The seaweed is constant. In November, said Almy, the beach patrol picked up 300 tons of seaweed, which is moved from the bucket of the Surf Rake into a dump truck and hauled off for composting."
"Beach cleanup begins at 5:30 a.m., when Bennie Lynch fires up one of three new Caterpillar Challenger tractors: ... rubber-tracked yellow and black behemoths that pull a Barber Surf Rake so sensitive it can pluck a cigarette butt from wet sand."
Find the full article here:
BeachCleaner.com: A resource to learn about mechanical beach cleaning methods and applications