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AQUA DOC Offices Closed March 13-14, 2018

The AQUA DOC headquarters will be closed for a company meeting at 12:00pm Tuesday, March 13 and reopen at 1:00pm on Wednesday, March 14, 2018.  Offices in Columbus, Cincinnati and Toledo will be closed all day, both days and will reopen March 15.

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AQUA DOC visits local elementary

Aquatic biologist Edward Kwietniewski made a trip to our local Hambden Elementary school to talk about what an aquatic biologist does and give an educational lesson to the school’s 4th graders about how changing environments influence organisms. Thank you Hambden...

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In Memory of Shawn Spence

The AQUA DOC team is deeply saddened by the loss of an incredible teammate and friend, Shawn Spence.  All of AQUA DOC reaches out to the Spence family with deepest sympathy and our thoughts and prayers go out to Shawn’s wife Tonya and children Trevor, Carly and...

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Project Hope for the Homeless

AQUA DOC is thrilled have been able to donate several household items plus more than $1,300.00 to Project Hope for the Homeless, an organization that provides shelter and ongoing care and resources for the homeless in our community.  With the bitter cold, care for...

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Holiday Hours

The AQUA DOC offices will be closed December 18, 2017-January 2, 2018 for the holidays. From all of us at AQUA DOC, Season's Greetings and best wishes for a safe and happy New...

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AQUA DOC Receives Weatherhead 100 Award 2017

  AQUA DOC is thrilled to have been named one of the Weatherhead 100 again this year!  The Weatherhead 100, hosted by the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, is comprised of 100 Northeast Ohio businesses that have not only shown...

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Applying Aquatic Herbicides Yourself or Pay Someone?

William E. Lynch Jr., Program Specialist, Aquatic Ecosystem Management (Retired) Pond owners can apply aquatic herbicides themselves, and need not pay a certified pesticide applicator to do it. That’s not the case in many other states, where the pond owner must pay a...

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Carter Bailey, M.S. in Lake Management SUNY at Oneonta When embarking on the road of freshwater management, do you know what you’re jumping into, literally and figuratively? Water resources are important to us all, whether it be for human consumption, economic...

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