55 acre Lake Collins in the Village of Scotia in NY had a swimming beach that had been closed due to pathogenic bacteria. Upon installation of the CLEAN-FLO inversion oxygenation system, bacteria levels dropped within a week. The State allowed the Village to reopen the beach after bacteria levels remained low for a set period of time.
The crown jewel swimming beach on 75 acre Hammonton Lake had been shut down due to high bacteria levels. The Town retained CLEAN-FLO to design and install an inversion oxygenation system to reduce the bacteria so they could reopen the beach area. The coliform levels were over 500/100 ml at the time of installation and were down to 185/100 ml in 4 days. View water sampling results [PDF]
Tests by Medallion Laboratories of Minneapolis and the Minneapolis Health Department showed fecal coliform levels decreased from 310/100 ml to less than 1/100 ml while Streptococci levels decreased from 24/100 ml to less than 1/100 ml after the CLEAN-FLO system was installed in Moore Lake in Minnesota.
Tests by Analytical Laboratories, Inc. of Sioux Falls, South Dakota showed total coliform in a fish pond in Staples, Minnesota declining from 3000/100 ml down to less than 1 /100 ml after the system was installed.
Treatment of 519-acre Powai Lake in Mumbai, India reduced coliform bacteria from 100,000-200,000/100 ml pretreatment level to less than 1,000/100 ml. Treatment of 25-acre Kachrali Lake in Thane, India reduced coliform levels more than 99%.
Algae on the surface before Clean-Flo’s inversion/oxygenation
Oxygen from the surface to the bottom produces a beautiful pond