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Lake being taken over by Silt?

Lost access to your kayak launch? Can't get your boat in the channel or even in the water? Own a waterfront property and can't even use your waterfront? There's no need to feel had or like you have to sell. There's a simple solution and it's called Simple Silt Removal with Heavy Equip LLC. There's a new way to remove silt and sediment with our Weedoo Environmental Hydraulic Powered Workboat that can get into some of the tightest spaces.


  • Steel snorkel pipe attachment sucks silt and sediment up to 8 feet deep

  • Hydraulic powered onboard suction pump for continuous pumping of silt and sediment

  • 360 degree shredding action that rips and shears solids

  • Discharge hose can be extended to discharge materials up to 250' feet with a flow of up to 18,000 Gallons per Hour, with a second pump we can extend that 250' to 1000' feet uphill

  • Quick change attachment that fits our Weedoo TC3012 Compact Environmental Workboat which means complete maneuverability

If you’ve lost recreational access to your dock and shoreline area do yourself a favor and give Heavy Equip LLC a call. It’s the best investment you’ll ever make. Reclaim your waterways and boost your property value in one fell swoop.

Lake being taken over by weeds?

Mechanical removal with our Weedoo Workboat ensures that you can get back to enjoying your slice of nature with the assurance that it is leading to a healthier habitat for your fishy friends without introducing chemicals which can cause a whole other set of problems.

Chemicals Kill. Period. That's what they're designed to do, to kill weeds. But what happens after the weeds are killed? 


  • They decompose at the bottom of the lake turning into sediment creating shallower water depth and releasing the perfect nutrients for next years crops of aquatic weeds actually exacerbating the problem.

  • These nutrients can also fuel harmful algal blooms which can have adverse impacts on water quality, fish habitat, and breeding in freshwater lakes and rivers.

  • When too many plants die and decompose to the bottom of the lake at the same time it lowers the oxygen levels of the water, leading to the potential for isolated fish kills by depriving fish of oxygen and killing them.

Mechanically removing weeds prevents sediment buildup, promotes a healthier oxygen rich habitat for aquatic life and deeper water depth.

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