'Streams, Canals, Lakes and Ponds'


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. Best applications - Streams, Canals and Lakes.

. WATERGOAT has been preventing trash from entering big waters since 2006. Over 140 Watergoats have been deployed in public waterways. A small percentage of our devices are installed on private/commercial properties. Best estimates (conservative) indicate that the collective Watergoat fleet has prevented well over 175 tons of debris from reaching big waters!

. That Name! Goats are known to eat almost anything and everything, most of all, ... trash.

. WATERGOAT COLORS - Safety Yellow, Sea Foam Green and Sunset Orange.

. WATERGOAT SIZES - From 40' to 150'. Watergoats are also available in 35' connectable sections. 

. WATERGOAT PRODUCTS:   WATERGOAT Trash Barrier, WATERGOAT Industrial Trash Barrier, WATERGOAT Aquatic Plants & WATERGOAT RedTide. (See 'Products' Page)

. WATERGOAT DATA depends on placement within a StormWater grid. A single WATERGOAT will capture (on average) 119lbs of floating trash per month. WATERGOAT placements - Southeastern U.S.​​

. MAINTENANCE is always performed from the safety of embankments or 'Stormwater Headwalls'. The Watergoats are easily pulled to the sides with minimal effort. The average Watergoat can be cleaned out in less than two hours with three Volunteers. Scoop Nets or Hooking Nets are used to remove debris. 

​. WATERGOAT COST? In most cases our Watergoats are either provided for 'free' or 'at cost' to schools, environmental organizations and municipalities. We try to partner with corporate sponsors who desire to help communities and gather a true return on Blue/Green investments. Bottom line, we will help make good things happen if a group will commit to long term maintenance and the all important data sharing. Contact us anytime with any situation. 

. DATA SHARING - debris collected/captured from a Watergoat will never be weaponized against corporate entities or product distributors. It is our strong belief that once a product/item is purchased, it then becomes the sole responsibility of the 'purchaser' to dispose of item/container responsibly. 'Brand Shaming' or 'Product Protest' are never approved by WATERGOAT or Bigwater Council. The good news is that Data collection programs such as ETAP or Ocean Swell are readily available and provided to participating environmental groups.