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CLEAN-FLO integrates leading edge engineering and biotechnology to deliver solutions for water body restoration and sustainable water quality maintenance in 6 of the 7 continents around the world.
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Some of Our Services
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Does Lake Restoration Really Work? Do chemicals help restore a lake's ecosystem? While chemicals are effective in controlling algae blooms and removing invasive plants, they do little to improve the actual habitat of fish and wildlife. To build a new healthy ecosystem, physical changes must be made to the lake. While these changes can disturb the existing environment, certain considerations should be made when installing a new liner. Read on to learn more. Does lake restoration really work?
Biological products, such as bacteria, can help improve the quality of waterbodies. These products are designed to help pond owners accelerate waterbody processes and bolster existing populations of beneficial bacteria. It is difficult to treat large lakes and ponds with large amounts of these products. The amount of bacteria in waterbody depends on the area and the acre-feet of the pond. A healthy and balanced waterbody has an appropriate mix of bacteria and enzymes.
Waste Water Aeration
Excessive nutrients, particularly nitrogen and phosphorus which are essential for aquatic animals and plants, have caused damage to many lakes. Urbanization, industrialization, intensive agriculture, and other factors all contribute to the problem. The natural recovery process is slow due to the excessive loading of nutrients. There are many ways to speed up the restoration of lakes. These include improving wastewater treatment, reducing external nutrients, and sediment removal.
CLEAN-FLO International's water restoration technology oxygenates the entire river by bringing water from the bottom to the surface. Neutralizing toxic gases along the bottom eliminates bad odors. This highly specialized aeration system and water treatment technique is called "Continuous Laminar Flow Inversion and Oxygenation." Water quality improves with this river restoration technology. If the stream fits certain conditions, the same procedure might be utilized for stream restoration.
Eutrophication is a problem that has been studied the most. This means there are more restoration methods available than others. Dredging is the best and most effective method of overall lake management. Dredging removes contaminated material and maintains water level, which reduces the possibility of a river breaking up or having an increase in fish populations.
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