You have them for those large lakes, and you have them for heavy flowing or busy rivers. You even have dredging devices for your oceans. These dredging devices are being used for a number of different purposes, but they are primarily geared towards cleansing your water resources of a number of pollutants particular to your water environment. Because the work is challenging and a skillset that includes resilience, patience and dedication is required, and because the polluted areas are ironically just so shallow, specialized aeration pumps for lakes, dams, rivers and ocean coastlines are required.
Unlike the manual work and the use of the larger dredgers, these aeration pumps have the ability to tackle low-lying and shallow areas. Users have options. They can manually control their pumps should they so choose or they can even program their small dredger to operate for a specific period of time over a specific piece of water-borne land mass. Let it be said that dredging is no easy walk in the park.
Speaking of which, municipal authorities and custodians really ought to take note of these special portable and easy to transport devices. Ponds, or what used to resemble ponds, perhaps even small lakes, are in their custody. Or so they were at some point. Use specially built aeration pumps to cleanse your ponds and lakes and breathe new, clean, life into your local environments. Do things tight by those who pay their dues to you.
Dredging work being no easy walk in the park, it certainly can be very rewarding work for those that want it. You would have to be one of those who really care for the environment and are looking forward to being part of sustainable opportunities and operations.