This page contains a sampling of videos and presentations of the CLEAN-FLO process and successfully completed projects.
Clean-Flo’s natural process for river restoration, drinking water reservoir restoration, and wastewater aeration
Natural Wastewater Treatment Methods
This is presentation of CLEAN-FLO wastewater aeration projects for reducing BOD, sludge, duckweed, algae, and eliminating odors
Naturally Reduce Aquatic Algae and Weeds with Lake or Pond Aeration
Presentation of CLEAN-FLO lake aeration and pond aeration for reducing algae, aquatic weeds, organic muck, coliform and fecal bacteria, odor and nutrient levels while improving water quality, fish health and aesthetics
Clean-Flo’s Success Restoring Lake Collins
Video as seen on the FOX Business Network highlighting the successful restoration of Lake Collins in Scotia, NY.
Lake Collins Restoration Project
Interview with Jim Marx, the Parks Supervisor for Scotia, NY who was responsible for the Lake Collins restoration project.
Pond Aeration System Case Studies: Before and After Lake Aeration
Clean-Flo Lake Apopka Restoration- Magnolia Park
Once a great fishing lake, Lake Apopka has been continually polluted by muck farmers, fertilizers run-off and other sources. These practices have had a detrimental effect on the lake. At 31,000 acres, Lake Apopka is one of the largest lakes in Florida. In the 1930’s, this lake was considered the best bass fishing lake in the country. As the water quality declined, so did the fishing. Since then, the polluting of the lake has continued. Until the 1990’s when the state of Florida purchased the muck farming lands to the north of the lake and began restoration of the wetlands. While great strides have been made to stop runoff into the lake, the question remains, how do we restore the lake to its pristine condition. The state of Florida, after reviewing the past successes of the process which Allied Group USA and Clean-Flo use, contacted them to start a pilot program on the lake, in hopes of bringing it back to its original state.
Since then, we have completed installing almost 100 diffusers on the lake in a pilot program that covers approximately 250 acres. These diffusers, coupled with bioaugmentation, will reduce nitrates, nitrites, and phosphorus in the water. This will reduce algae growth and increase water clarity. For more information on our work at Lake Apopka, check out this video!