About AquaTechnex

Aquatechnex is a fully integrated lake and aquatic plant management firm that operates primarily in the Western United States and Upper Midwest States.  Our company is a recognized expert in the management of invasive aquatic species such as Eurasian Milfoil, Brazilian Elodea, Hydrilla and Water Hyacinth.  Our blog will provide the insight of our team on various subject that we feel might interest the Community. 


3 Responses to “About AquaTechnex”

  1. Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society Says:

    Hi there
    Just wanted to congratulate you on your website, and to note that you seem as much interested in sensible water management & stewardship and in educating the public, as in promoting your own products, which is wonderful to see.
    I will forward your website to our 100-plus membership, I think they will find it very useful and interesting.
    We’re a non-profit group with a mandate of ‘monitor, protect, educate’ for Osoyoos Lake in southern British Columbia. The lake faces challenges such as milfoil, development, and lack of awareness of residents & visitors.
    Thank you and keep up the good work!
    Alicia Osland
    Osoyoos Lake Water Quality Society

  2. Travis Thompson Says:

    I am a diver and am interested in receiving training in eurasian milfoil eradication. I live in north idaho but am willing to travel to receive the training.

    • aquatechnex Says:

      Travis, thanks for the note. We will probably be doing a considerable amount of work this summer in Lake Pend Oreille and Coeur d’Alene, won’t really know till about April. Could you get back to me then and perhaps we can work something out. Thanks.

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