Reservoir Management

SOLitude Success Stories and Case Studies

Achieve Clean Water for Recreational and Drinking Water Reservoirs

The water quality in a reservoir is extremely important, whether the surrounding community uses it recreationally or for drinking water. HABS (Harmful Algae Blooms) are a serious threat to public health, and can also cause taste and odor issues in drinking water. Implementing a holistic management plan is vital for a reservoir’s success and the health of the surrounding community.

Below are case studies highlighting a few of our success stories involving reservoir management projects.


Controlling Milfoil in Drinking Water Reservoir | Erie, CO

Before Milfoil Treatment After Milfoil Treatment

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...read more


Managing Algae in Drinking Water Reservoir | Albemarle County, VA

Toxic Algae Bloom In Local Reservoir Post Algae and Hydrilla Management

This Authority is a public agency that provides potable water to the citizens of Charlottesville and Albemarle County. There are five water supply reservoirs that are managed by The Authority...read more


Controlling Toxic Algae in Drinking Water Reservoir | Auburn, ME

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A large lake located in Auburn, ME, is used for recreational fishing and boating, and is highly-valued as the water supply source for several nearby cities. This lake covers an area of 2,261 acres, has a mean depth of 36 feet and a maximum depth of 118 feet. These features make the lake an ideal coldwater fishery and an excellent water source for a sizeable metropolitan area...read more.


Eurasian Watermilfoil Control in Local Reservoir | Monument, CO

Eurasian Watermilfoil Control  Control of Watermilfoil in Lake

This lake is public aquatic resource about 30-acres in size and is used for a variety of non-motorized recreational activities. The resource is popular for Northern Pike, stocked Rainbow Trout, and Largemouth Bass fishing…read more.


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