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The Eco Preservation Society isn't forcing one to take extreme steps, but rather encouraging each of us to take a minumum of one eco friendly step toward becoming more sustainable. If most of us take one step then as a complete, we could make a substantial difference.
The Eco Preservation Society is a membership, educational and networking organization specializing in the promotion of sustainable human action focused on achieving positive environmental effects. Our job is to market study, travel and instruction applications that advance environmental awareness and facilitate public consciousness with a call to action.
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The Eco Preservation Society is a membership, educational and networking organization specializing in the promotion of sustainable human action focused on achieving positive environmental effects. Our job is to market study, travel and instruction applications that advance environmental awareness and facilitate public consciousness with a call to action.

Why a Floating Dock System Is Better for the Environment

If you want to add a dock to extend your living space / access watercraft, a floating dock system is more eco-friendly and convenient!

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If you want to add a dock to extend your living space / access watercraft, a floating dock system is more eco-friendly and convenient!

The post Why a Floating Dock System Is Better for the Environment appeared first on EcoFriendlyLink - Naturally Healthy Green Living.

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If You Want a Pier, a Floating Dock System is More Eco-Friendly

 

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Are you lucky enough to live near the sea, a bay or a lake? If so, you might have considered adding a dock or pier. Docks make it easier to enjoy leisure water activities, and they can extend your outdoor living space. There are several types of docks available – but of course you’re going to want one that’s green and eco-friendly, and won’t disrupt the marine ecosystem you’re adding it to.

The main decision is whether to invest in a floating dock system, or a permanent, stationary dock.

  • Before the days of floating docks, we used piers and docks made from wood and even steel. They had to be ‘anchored’ into the water-bed so they were stable – but this disrupted the marine ecosystem.
  • Floating dock systems provide a platform supported by airtight hollow structures which are naturally buoyant.

Here’s why a floating dock system is so much more eco-friendly – and also why it’s much more convenient to use.


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Floating Dock Systems Are Better for You

Adaptable: A floating dock adapts to the natural rhythms of the water, for example, the rise and fall of the tide. This makes it much easier to get on and get off watercraft.

Weather Protection: Floating docks are better in places that are prone to hurricanes and storms, because their movability and adaptability will not stress the mooring lines of the craft. Plus, you can install an additional tide slide system to provide more protection from choppy waters.

Cheaper: Floating dock systems are cheaper than regular stationary piles. Less material is required, and they are quicker and easier to install, thus saving on labor costs.

Quick Installation: Because there’s no need to fix floating docks to the sea bed, your new dock will be installed in no time!  Also, you can buy pre-built systems for even speedier installation.

Easy Removal: Depending upon where you live, you might need to remove your dock, for example, during winter, or due to a big storm. It’s quick and easy to remove, and won’t disturb the ecosystem.

Customizable: Floating docks are modular – you can arrange and rearrange them as you like. Decide today if you want a straight line, perhaps next weekend you’d prefer a U-shape or L-shape. You can even place it farther out than the usual piling of fixed docks.

Floating Docks Systems Are Better for The Environment

Marine wildlife is a delicate and essential resource that deserves protection and preservation from us all. While we enjoy the bay or lake, it is our responsibility to consider the protection of the marine environment.

Here’s how to find the most eco-friendly systems:-

  • Look for floating dock systems made from non-hygroscopic, non-pollutant, and non-corrosive materials.
  • You want high-grade and UV-stabilized polymers that are resistant to environmental stresses, provide quality performance during low temperatures, and balance in rigid and rough water.
  • Your system should not use materials that are formulated with hazardous components.
  • Docks should be made mostly from recycled materials.
  • The materials should all be fully recyclable after use.
  • The floating dock should not release harmful contaminants when it is ignited, corroded, or exposed to chemical reactions.
  • Avoid foam-filled lifts – you don’t want foam escaping into the marine environment if parts are punctured. Air-filled is much better.

HiSea Dock has an innovative system for their floating docks. Their floating docks are purposely built to provide an eco-friendly substitute for foam-filled and wooden docks. They are committed to ensuring their products will not cause harm to the environment, and use safe, non-toxic materials.

Conclusion

Floating dock systems are environmentally friendly. It is best to have floating docks from suppliers that consult with conservationists. Docks have to help enrich and preserve the wetlands they operate in.

 

 

 

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