Florida Lake Management Society 2007 Annual Conference – Exhibitors
SolarBee, a division of Pump Systems, Inc. of Dickinson, North Dakota, has become the global leader for providing sustainable water quality in any size lake or reservoir. SolarBee solar-powered circulators have reduced the negative effects of excess nutrients in the water column and sediment, without chemicals or grid power, in more than 100 lakes nationwide. SolarBees eliminate harmful algae blooms, can reduce or eliminate invasive weeds, operate silently and are virtually maintenance-free. With an influence of more than 25 acres per machine, SolarBees are an eco-friendly and cost-effective tool for lake restoration - - providing quality water, naturally.
Michael Lipparelli Southeast US Regional Manager Michael@SolarBee.com SolarBee Reservoir Circulators 42000 Mango Street Eustis FL 32736-9676 (877) 868-6713 (toll-free) Fax: (240) 525-7584
Stormwater Management Academy Univ. of Central Florida
The University of Central Florida Stormwater Management Academy is dedicated to advancing the understanding and practice of stormwater management through research and education. At the Academy, a multi-disciplinary team of engineers, natural and social scientists working with dozens of graduate students to lead innovative stormwater related research projects. To learn more about the Stormwater Management Academy, visit our website at www.stormwater.ucf.edu. Leesa Souto Director of Public Education University of Central Florida Stormwater Management Academy 108 S. Babcock Street Melbourne, FL 32901 (321) 722-2123 Fax: (407) 823-4146