Debris Boom Placement
Where Should I Place a Debris Boom?
Question: Where should I place a debris barrier to most effectively control trash? How do I clean the debris up once it has been collected?
Answer: Thank you for contacting us! The best position to place your Debris Boom in order for it to be the most effective will depend on your water conditions and where the debris is floating from in your area. Different deployment methods have been implemented around customer's locations based on available docks and anchoring items in the area.
Debris Boom Placement
Due to the wide variety of areas where these booms have been used, there are a couple of different ways you could deploy your boom in order to contain debris in your location.
The first way you could deploy this boom would be along the shore line. If installed here, debris will wash up naturally along shores, making it much easier to clean up. This method is often used lakes, ponds and banks that are looking to prevent debris from leaving the shore line and spreading throughout the water area.
Another common debris boom placement is at the entrance of your water area. If placed in this location, debris will be contained before it floats out into the middle of your entire water area. This will give you a smaller location for collecting items and help prevent pollution before it occurs.
Debris that collects along booms or shorelines can be collected using any of the following products:
- Trash Skimmer
- Removable Trash Basic
- Removable Trash Net
- Vacuum Trailer
- Aquatic Plant Harvester
If these options do not suit your location or containment requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your further collection and placement needs.
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