beach cleaner Articles

  • Self-Propelled beach cleaners or Tractor towed beach cleaners?

    Are self-propelled beach cleaners better or worse than tractor-towed beach cleaners? Here are a few of the top considerations: 1. With self-propelled machines, you get less beach cleaner for more money. Across the boards, self-propelled machines cost much more than tractor and beach cleaner machine combinations. Additionally, their actual beach cleaning ...


    By H. Barber & Sons, Inc.

  • Top 5 Beach Cleaner Cost & Maintenance Questions You Should be Asking

    A primary consideration for most beach cleaner purchasers is how much the machine will cost—not only in the initial purchase, but also overtime. A beach cleaner's ability to function optimally with minimal maintenance hours and costs is key to getting the job done for less. In order to help you know the right questions to ask. we've laid out the top five beach cleaner cost and maintenance ...


    By H. Barber & Sons, Inc.

  • Red Tide Cleanup with Beach Cleaners

    While the term, "Red Tide" may elicit an image of blood in the water, the coloration is due to an overabundance of microscopic algae, Karenia brevis. Besides discoloring the water, it releases a toxin that paralyzes fish, prevents them from being able to breath, and kills them. These dead fish then wash up on shore. Additionally, by consuming too much oxygen from the water, many forms of sea life ...


    By H. Barber & Sons, Inc.

  • Balancing Environmental Concerns with Beach Attractiveness

    Maintaining beaches that are free of human debris often creates a challenge, because synthetic debris often mixes with natural organic deposits from the ocean, like seaweed. For many beach owners and locations, removing seaweed and other debris at the tide line using mechanical beach cleaners is no problem, and actually, preferred. This creates a pristine beach for visitors to enjoy. In addition ...


    By H. Barber & Sons, Inc.

  • Environmental Technicians – It’s a Dirty Job

    But someone’s got to do it. Environmental Technicians are unsung heroes at Global. Their job isn’t glamorous. And while they’re not diving to great depths or piloting ROVs, the services our Enviro Techs provide are absolutely vital to Global, to our clients, and to the environment. Along with providing preventive booming and spill response services, our Enviro Techs play a ...

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