Harmful algae blooms

Harmful algae blooms, commonly known as HABs, are overgrowths of algae that are often found in stormwater ponds, retention basins, or community lakes.
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Filamentous Algae: Longer Lasting Results

String algae, horse hair, moss, and pond scum are just a few of the common terms used to describe the many different species of filamentous algae.
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Denitrification and Floating Sludge

Denitrification is the conversion of soluble nitrate to nitrogen gas in the nitrogen cycle. For denitrification to occur, three factors are needed:
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Wastewater Pond Sludge Level Monitoring

Periodically checking the sludge levels in the WSP can be performed to assess sludge accumulation, and to assist with planning and budgeting for sludge removal. Ideally sludge depth profiles should...
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Concerned about all the leaves, debris, and pollen falling into your pond?


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What you need to know about lake and pond sludge

What is Sludge?
Sludge is a combination of organic debris such as dead algae, plants, grass clipping, leaves, or animal waste and inorganic sand, silt and gravel that builds up on the bottom of lakes
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Winter is Coming

Winter is Coming
Cold weather and cooler ambient air temperatures lead to cooler water temperatures and changes in the aquatic ecosystems of lakes and ponds.
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Bioaugmentation – your questions answered.

The term “bioaugmentation” for using a microbial additive to enhance a biological process is an apt one. Added microbes augment the existing biomass making it more stable and increasing its ability to
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Sustainable Solutions for Large Pond Maintenance

Do you have a large natural pond, farm pond or a very large lined irrigation pond overgrown with weeds, with deep layers of sludge, excessive algae growth or water clarity issues?
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Improving Traditional Treatments with a Biological Approach

Managing a lake or pond is hard for aquatic professionals, homeowners, government workers, golf course superintendents, and everyone else.......
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Handling Toxicity Due To Excess Disinfectant

With increased disinfecting protocols due to COVID-19, we are seeing large quantities of cleaning products reaching wastewater plants............
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Introducing Our New Website

Our new site makes it easier than ever before to find the best possible solution for your lake, pond or wastewater treatment and management needs.

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Benefits of Sludge Control, Removal & Management in New Zealand

The South Taranaki District Council is the first council to use an innovative scheme using bacteria for sludge removal in New Zealand from the Hawera wastewater treatment pond.
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Harmful algae blooms

Harmful algae blooms, commonly known as HABs, are overgrowths of algae that are often found in stormwater ponds, retention basins, or community lakes.
Read more

Filamentous Algae: Longer Lasting Results

String algae, horse hair, moss, and pond scum are just a few of the common terms used to describe the many different species of filamentous algae.
Read more

Concerned about all the leaves, debris, and pollen falling into your pond?


Read more

What you need to know about lake and pond sludge

What is Sludge?
Sludge is a combination of organic debris such as dead algae, plants, grass clipping, leaves, or animal waste and inorganic sand, silt and gravel that builds up on the bottom of lakes
Read more

Winter is Coming

Winter is Coming
Cold weather and cooler ambient air temperatures lead to cooler water temperatures and changes in the aquatic ecosystems of lakes and ponds.
Read more

Sustainable Solutions for Large Pond Maintenance

Do you have a large natural pond, farm pond or a very large lined irrigation pond overgrown with weeds, with deep layers of sludge, excessive algae growth or water clarity issues?
Read more

Improving Traditional Treatments with a Biological Approach

Managing a lake or pond is hard for aquatic professionals, homeowners, government workers, golf course superintendents, and everyone else.......
Read more

Denitrification and Floating Sludge

Denitrification is the conversion of soluble nitrate to nitrogen gas in the nitrogen cycle. For denitrification to occur, three factors are needed:
Read more

Wastewater Pond Sludge Level Monitoring

Periodically checking the sludge levels in the WSP can be performed to assess sludge accumulation, and to assist with planning and budgeting for sludge removal. Ideally sludge depth profiles should...
Read more

Bioaugmentation – your questions answered.

The term “bioaugmentation” for using a microbial additive to enhance a biological process is an apt one. Added microbes augment the existing biomass making it more stable and increasing its ability to
Read more

Handling Toxicity Due To Excess Disinfectant

With increased disinfecting protocols due to COVID-19, we are seeing large quantities of cleaning products reaching wastewater plants............
Read more

Benefits of Sludge Control, Removal & Management in New Zealand

The South Taranaki District Council is the first council to use an innovative scheme using bacteria for sludge removal in New Zealand from the Hawera wastewater treatment pond.
Read more