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A Letter From Taronga Zoo in Sydney

Taronga Zoo is the city zoo of Sydney, Australia. It has been open since 1916 and houses over 2,600 animals. It features many exotic Australian species with an assortment of Asian and African animals mixed in. Since 2004, the Zoo has counted on Wet & Forget to clean its outdoor surfaces. The partnership has been […]

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Bok Tower Gardens Utilizes Wet and Forget to Spruce Up National Historic Landmark in Central Florida

Built 80 years ago, Bok Tower Gardens, a National Historic Landmark located in Lake Wales, Florida, was created by the late Edward Bok—editor of Ladies’ Home Journal and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. With a host of beautiful landscapes, the meandering garden is one of the greatest achievements of famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. and […]

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New Zealand Department of Conservation Preserves its National Parks with Wet and Forget

With 14 national parks across the country, the Department of Conservation is dedicated to showcasing New Zealand’s natural and historic heritage to its patrons. Each year, the New Zealand Department of Conservation is able to restore a few more heritage sites and provide improved facilities for visitors. From historic lighthouses, cottages and stream bridges to […]

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