SOLitude Success Stories and Case Studies
Nuisance aquatic vegetation and algae can negatively impact your aquatic ecosystem in a number of ways. Nuisance vegetation is not only unsightly but can sometimes be a danger to aquatic life and humans depending on the species. SOLitude’s certified applicators help assess the issues and form holistic management plans to help reduce the presence of aquatic weeds and algae.
Below are case studies highlighting a few of our success stories involving aquatic weed and algae control projects.
Just click on the property name below to see a transformational before & after!
- White Water-Lily Control in Bel Air, MD
- Controlling Milfoil in Drinking Water Reservoir in Erie, CO
- Rare Algae Control In Arizona Community Pond
- Restoring An Aquatic Weed-Infested Pond in St. Cloud, FL
- Hydrilla Control in Charlottesville, VA Resort Pond
- Duckweed Management in Private Pond in Clemmons, NC
- Dense Algae Control in Community Pond in Dulles, VA
- Parrotfeather Control in Pond in Glenwood, MD
- Managing Algae Mats in Community Pond in Greensboro, NC
- Filamentous Algae Control in Private Pond in Hope, NJ
This property is a large planned residential community located in Bel Air, Harford County, MD. The community’s 0.5-acre waterbody is a stormwater management pond, and had all the associated issues commonly seen in these types of ponds
In 2019, SOLitude Lake Management was awarded the contract for a one-time treatment for a Colorado city’s 30-surface-acre back-up drinking water reservoir. The reservoir contacted SOLitude Lake Management with concerns of overabundant aquatic vegetation growth.
After a consultation with community members, SOLitude selected nutrient remediation for this lake's management program. This phosphorus-locking technology helps create water quality conditions that are less hospitable to nuisance algae and aquatic weeds, including Botryococcus braunii.
A half-acre pond located on a private residence in St. Cloud, FL was plagued by nuisance weeds, including Salvinia, that completely covered the surface of the 4-5 ft deep waterbody.
This property is a high-profile resort and conference center and they have very high standards for the aesthetics of the 2.4-acre ponds. There are two waterbodies on the property.
In 2015, this client was in the process of purchasing a large private property in Clemmons, NC that had a 12-acre pond on it. The pond was covered with duckweed and they reached out to SOLitude to explore treatment options prior to even purchasing the property.
This community’s 0.2-acre pond is a stormwater management facility in northern Virginia near Dulles International Airport. The pond is over 20 years old and receives stormwater run-off from the neighboring communities.
This property is a privately-owned 0.35-acre pond located in Glenwood, Maryland. This popular pond containing a single fountain accents the beauty of the property, and also has a healthy fishery that is enjoyed by family and friends. The client contacted SOLitude Lake Management with concerns regarding a nuisance aquatic plant within the pond.
This property is a community located in Greensboro, North Carolina and has a 1-acre stormwater pond, which has had a filamentous algae problem for several years.
This pond is a 0.25-acre private pond located in Hope, NJ. The pond owner has been a client of SOLitude’s for some time, and participates in our Annual Management Program.