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4 Hurricane Preparedness Tips for Your Stormwater Pond

September 14th, 2020

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), approximately 40% of the American population lives within coastal counties in 2015. This coincides with a 40% population increase in these same coastal counties from 1970 to 2010, in an area which makes up only 10% of the country’s total land mass. As anyone living along […]

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Back to Basics: Nanobubbles vs. Fountains vs. Aeration

September 10th, 2020

AS SEEN IN Community Association Institute (CAI) Pennsylvania and Delaware Valley. Oxygen is essential to life, including the desirable life that lives below the surface of our lakes and ponds. When pollution, invasive aquatic weed growth and nuisance algae blooms cover the surface of the water, this prevents dissolved oxygen, or DO, from reaching the […]

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The State of Applied Lake Management: An Expert’s Perspective

August 18th, 2020

Written by industry expert Marc Bellaud, Director of Technical Services As seen in Lakeline Magazine, a publication of the North America Lake Management Society (NALMS). NALMS’ mission is to forge partnerships among citizens, scientists, and professionals to foster the management and protection of lakes and reservoirs for today and tomorrow. Founded in Portland, Maine in […]

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Case Study: Nanobubbles Transform a Golf Course Lake in FL

August 15th, 2019

Nanobubbles are an exciting new technology that is helping restore water quality in some of the most problematic lakes and ponds. One such lake that greatly benefitted from the infusion of these tiny bubbles is located in a large development district in Bonita Springs, FL. This 1.3-acre lake was persistently plagued by multiple species of […]

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A Technological Break-Through in Sustainable Lake Management

May 21st, 2019

Written by Industry Expert Bo Burns, Biologist & Market Development Manager Algae: it comes in many forms and colors. It’s slimy, stinky and can ruin the beauty and function of your golf course lakes and irrigation systems. It’s also one of the oldest known organisms on this planet, which might explain its knack for survival, […]

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Use Aeration to Prevent Winter Fish Kills

November 29th, 2018

Written by Industry Expert Joe Holz, International Sales Manager at Kasco Marine Winter fish kills are a serious threat to your fish population if you live in the north. If large amounts of snow and ice form on your pond or lake, it can block out sunlight from penetrating into the water. Without sunlight, plants die, […]

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