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Since 1984, long before it became popular to be “green”, Advanced Aquaculture Systems was designing and supplying recirculating aquatic systems to landscape architects, municipal and public agencies, contractors, engineers, businesses, universities and homeowners. Advanced Aquaculture Systems continues to be at the forefront of innovation in recirculating and water reuse systems with many proprietary products including non-clogging Perma-Bead Media that replaces sand in any sand filter and customized, preassembled Perma-Bead Recirculating Systems that greatly reduce water use, reduce electrical operating costs and minimize maintenance time. Advanced Aquaculture Systems' professional staff skilfully blends aesthetics, engineering and biology to provide simple, yet elegant designs that are very user friendly. Call Advanced Aquaculture Systems with your next aquatic project for their free professional systems design and technical support services.

For almost 100 years, Filtrine has been promoting serving “Bottle Water Quality” drinking water without the bottles. In the early 1920s, Filtrine designed a drinking water filter/cooler/dispenser that hooked up to the city water supply to replace the use of 5 gallon water jugs, saving money and storage space. Today Filtrine offers the streamlined Model B103, the original water bottle filling station. Add Filtrine’s famous central drinking water chiller, and earn LEED credits while encouraging the use of reusable water bottles.