Florida’s lakes, canals, ponds, rivers and wetlands
Have become an increasingly popular aesthetic and recreational amenity in urban, in rural areas, in public places and throughout communities.
Waterways provide facilities for recreational use, such as fishing and water sports, and are important for water drainage, wildlife preservation and as a source of water for industrial and residential use.
As a result of natural and other factors, including overgrowth ofnoxious weeds, algae and exotic plants, which can deplete oxygen and restrict the flow of water, waterways and wetlands, require management to preserve and maintain their health and intrinsic value.
Additionally, because extensive land development in the State of Florida has depleted natural wetlands, federal and state legislation has been enacted to preserve Florida’s wetland sanctuaries by requiring property owners and developers to restore portions of developed land to natural wetlands.
Superior Waterway Services, Inc.
Provides aquatic management and environmental remediation services to government, private and commercial customers throughout the State of Florida.
The Company offers a variety of services, consisting primarily of the control of aquatic weeds, algae and exotic plants, wetland planting and restoration, the installation of fountains and aeration systems and the stocking of fish for recreation and plant control.
Are designed to suit individual customer requirements and are provided to condominiums, apartment complexes, homeowner associations, golf courses, land developers, special taxing districts, municipal and state authorities, many of which must maintain Florida’s waterways in compliance with state and local environmental laws and regulations.
A substantial portion of the Company’s water monitoring and environmental remediation services are designed to protect Florida’s freshwater ecosystems and groundwater from contamination by pollutants.
Superior’s services are intended to maintain the health, beauty, quality and natural balance of life in aquatic communities throughout our client region.