To have the ability to be amphibious means being able to submerge yourself in fairly deep water, so that you are beneath the surface of it, covered from head to toe. To dredge is by no means of the word a form of drudgery, as in dragging your feet through mud or through a laborious task. But the task is necessary. To dredge, that is. To dredge means being able to clear out accumulated muck and debris that is polluting your water systems.
And today, the marvelous amphibious dredger is making light of what was previously very heavy work indeed. Previously, if municipal officials tasked with the responsibility had any desire left in them, they would be assigning divers to go beneath the surface of the water to clean out their polluted water systems. It has, and remains, dangerous (and dirty) work indeed. And specialist divers, they may be quite accomplished as amphibious beings, do not have the wherewithal skills required for such cleaning work.
The marvelous amphibious dredger was designed for just that purpose. Many years ago, somewhere out in Finland, a land famed for having thousands of lakes, this dredger was designed and manufactured. Out there was a real need to take care of what was once pristine lakes. The Fins are renowned for their friendliness and good nature. Perhaps their clean natural surroundings have something to do with their perennial good moods?
Nevertheless, the amphibious dredger allows specialist cleaners to be more effective in their work. The machines are not large and cumbersome and they are easy to operate and maintain. They can be transported form one waterway to another easily enough, and they do contribute nicely to sustainable developments, a much needed ideal in this age of global warming and climate change.