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Filtration Of Invasive Zebra Mussels For Flood Relief

Filtration of Invasive Zebra Mussels for Flood Relief

Amiad supplies filters to Texas Township, Michigan, USA, to block invasive zebra mussels species and provide flood relief to residents of properties near lakes.

Historically, Texas Township has had many lakes and wetlands that collect runoff during storms but does not have a history of significant flooding. Due to heavy snow and rainfall over the last two years, the water levels in Crooked Lake and Eagle Lake rose over two feet above normal and to the point of flooding the houses around the lakes. The water levels also interrupted the ground water table level, so even properties that are not in the immediate vicinity of those lakes are being flooded.

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