The Caribbean offers some of the worlds most beautiful beaches and best vacation spots. However, seasonal seaweed and sea grass or a change in the tide can cause catastrophic amounts of seaweed to accumulate on popular resort beaches. On many islands, beach tourism is the backbone of the economy. Therefore, the ability to not only remove vast amounts of seaweed quickly, but also to make the beach look as pristine as it did before the seaweed's arrival, is critical.

 
 
Red tides lead to beaches full of dead fish, which result in beach closings, loss of reputation, ruined vacations, and loss of potential capital. Additionally, the bloated, baking fish that wash up on shore create health hazards for individuals who clean beaches and for the local inhabitants. Learn how beach cleaners can help clean up this 'fishy' hazard.