The beaches in Galveston, Texas have been buried by feet of Sargassum seaweed that wash up on the shore daily. After front-end loaders remove the bulk of the weed, contractors are using the SURF RAKE to clean the sand. Check out the full article on the event on our beach cleaner informational website.
The video below depicts how the SURF RAKE is able to help with heavy seaweed problems.
On Beachcleaner.com's blog, the E.Coli Rake (Chicago Rake) Barber created to decrease E.Coli contamination in lake-shore beaches, is explained. The post includes the reasons for E.Coli contamination of beach sand and how beach cleaning machines can help.
E.Coli in Beach Sand and Beach Cleaning Machines' ability to help
Beachcleaner.com just posted a new article about the need to have a beach cleaning machine that can balance environmental concerns with beach appearance. The Surf Rake is an incredibly adaptable beach cleaner that can clean according to the regulations discussed in the post. Check it out!
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