Alternative Dredging Techniques for Muck Removal

20 Jun

Is your body of water overcome with muck or sediment? Has your search for muck removal led you to believe that dredging your lake or pond is the best solution? The truth is conventional dredging techniques are very messy. The typically damaging process involves first draining the pond and removing all wildlife before the heavy […]

How to Get Involved in Community Water Restoration

23 May

Striving for and maintaining a high standard for groundwater is a critical component to improving overall water quality. By controlling the use of herbicides, pesticides, and manure, we can help eliminate contamination and reduce the dumping of waste and compounds into our waterways. Another key component to improving our communities’ water quality is by protecting […]

Pond Aeration Systems for Naturally Improving Water Quality

11 Jan

Why is the Presence of Oxygen Critical for the Health of a Pond? Lack of oxygen in a pond leads to unpleasant aesthetics as well as an unhealthy life balance. The buildup of organic sediment is a result of fertilizers, grass clippings, leaves, animal waste, and septic waste causing the “muck” and the unpleasant odor. […]

Winter Fish Kill Prevention: Reducing Winter Muck and Decaying Weeds and Algae

17 Nov

In the summer, lakes and ponds are thought of as scenes of constant activity, teeming with fish, frogs, turtles, snakes, bugs and humans. But when colder weather comes, pond dynamics change drastically and an improperly cared for body of water can become an uninhabitable environment in a very short period of time. Fish that spend […]

What Can Be Done for Lake Okeechobee?

16 Aug

Lake Okeechobee, often referred to as “The Lake”, is the largest freshwater lake in the state of Florida. Due to heavy rainfall during the month of January, Lake Okeechobee was experiencing its highest water levels in nearly a century. Once the water levels hit a foot above normal, public officials decided to take action out […]

Successful Restoration of Lake St. Catherine

04 Mar

April 21, 2014 To whom it may concern: We are pleased to provide this letter of recommendation for CleanFlo and their lake aeration systems.  We are a non-profit environmental association dedicated to restoring Lake Saint Catherine in western Vermont.  We started working with CleanFlo over five years ago when our research indicated that aeration might […]

Restoration of Washington State Pond

04 Mar

September 12, 2009 From: Ron Harrison Washington State Dear Brian, I have never written to endorse a product EVER before. If it was just the product I probably wouldn’t take my time but your professionalism, honesty and knowledge level made the difference. I know because I have been trying to clean up my pond (2,000,000 […]

Algae and Muck Reduction of Parkview Hills

04 Mar

“Prior to the installation of the Clean-Flo System the lake was in tough shape- covered in weeds and algae and quite unsightly. We were facing the VERY expensive possibility of dredging the lake when we found your website. We decided to consider Clean-Flo for our lake and worked with Lake Savers of Michigan to install […]

Pond Restoration for Sun Ridge Association

04 Mar

Built in the late 1980s, the residents of Sun Ridge have enjoyed the retention pond for it’s beauty as a pleasing feature in the landscape of this 212 acre mixed unit residential community. Over the years, however, the community has faced and increasingly expensive array of treatments/solutions for an accumulation of pond weeds and algae […]

Successful Muck Reduction at Spring Valley Estates

04 Mar

” Spring Valley Estates subdivision was developed in the late 1960s from an 80 acre tract of farm land. The lake itself is approximately 10 acres and is fed by four natural springs. Over the years, run off from adjacent farm lands and lawns have caused an increasing problem with layers of muck (up to […]