The Aquamog E50 dominates in shallow water excavation and vegetation removal. This aquamog can access sites and areas that other aquamogs can not reach. This mog has become a potential life saver. In 2013 and 2014 when the City of Los Angeles was faced with West Nile mosquito infestation in an urban lake, the Aquamog E50 was called in to remove excessive water primrose, cattail, and bulrush. These removals allowed the Greater Los Angeles Vector Control to access the previously uncontrolled area.
As the water resources become more valuable in the western United States, maintenance of the shallow water areas are critical for wildlife and marine life.