Before and After Remediation

Here we have a collection of Before and After photos of remediation work. We also have a Youtube channel where you can view all of our videos of previous Remediation work, you can view that [Here] .

Printable A4 Before & After photos (on dropbox) [Here]

To view all of our printable data sheets including one for this solution, click this link [Here].

The types of installations/solutions include:


Floating Ramps

Floating ramps are a robust, easy to install option for low to medium drops. The surface can be smooth, dimpled or have mussel ropes to give fish choice of flows. Floating ramps help fish navigate perched structures. We have a few videos and examples on this solution, click [Here] to view the playlist.

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Planter Pods

Planter pods are quick and easy to install. Planter pods are a convenient way of getting vegetation onto hard structures to help with aesthetics, habitat and fish passage. We have a few videos and examples on this solution, click [Here] to view the playlist.


Flexi-Baffles & Rope Combination 

Baffles with a combination of rope are used typically in smaller, steeper culverts where it is difficult to install a full array of flexible baffles. The rope helps break up the flow well the baffles create resting pools for the fish. We will have videos and examples on baffles with a combination of rope soon, but you can always view our other videos on other solutions [Here].


Rope in Culvert

Rope is commonly used through a culvert that is too small to fit baffles. Rope breaks up flows and mimics tree roots that some fish utilise to help make their way up waterways. We will have videos and examples on rope in culverts soon, but you can always view our other videos on other solutions [Here].


Tunnel Houses

Tunnel houses create refugia within hard structures eg. culverts. Tunnel houses also break up lamina flow, this is particularly important in long culverts. We will have videos and examples on tunnel houses soon, but you can always view our other videos on other solutions [Here].


Rubber Ramp & Rope

Rubber ramp and rope combinations are typically used on perched structures where it is not necessary or practical to use a floating ramp. We have a few videos and examples on this solution, click [Here] to view the playlist.


Flexi-Baffles

Baffles are used in a number of applications, including round or flat bottomed structures. Baffles break up flows, increase depth and create resting pools, giving fish more choices as they navigate through or over structures. We have a few videos and examples on this solution, click [Here] to view the playlist.

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Vertical Culvert

Vertical culverts are challenging for all fish. They can be difficult to remediate as they vary in their nature. Fixes will need to be specifically design for each site. We have a few videos on this solution, click [Here] to view the playlist.

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Floating Nurseries

Floating nurseries are a new development bringing together water treatment, plant propagation, habitat enhancement along with some novel applications eg. floating jetty. We have a few videos on this solution, click [Here] to view the playlist.


Fish-Friendly Flood-Gate

Tide-gates or flood-gates are often the first and most significant barrier that fish encounter when migrating from the ocean. The unique fish-friendly mechanism delays the closing of the gate giving fish more opportunity to pass through. We have a few videos and examples on this solution, click [Here] to view the playlist.


Flexi-Baffles & Floating Ramp

Flexi-baffles were installed to improve the fish passage through the culvert. The floating ramp gives access up the perched apron for most species. We will have videos and examples on baffles with a combination of a floating ramp soon, but you can always view our other videos on other solutions [Here].

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