SOLitude Success Stories and Case Studies
Water quality monitoring, testing and restoration are the backbone of any long term integrated lake or pond management program. Most of the issues lake or pond owners and managers will face can be traced to an imbalance in water quality. SOLitude’s experts will provide you with a water quality management plan that will help restore balance and enhance your waterbodies.
Below are case studies highlighting a few of our success stories involving water quality projects.
Enhancing Water Quality in Park Lake | Denver, CO
This lake is located in Denver, CO. This park contains the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Science and Nature. The 23.5-acre lake has a history of recurring filamentous algae blooms, often so notable they get attention of the local news and media publications…read more.
Restoring Water Quality at Lake Lake | St. Petersburg, FL
This property is a 14-acre lake located in St. Petersburg, on the western coast of Florida. In January, 2012, the HOA contacted SOLitude Lake Management to request assistance with multiple lake issues including bad odors, dead fish and other wildlife and green murky water. The following is a summary of the initial evaluation, execution of the management plan and ecological restoration of the lake over an 11-month period…read more.
Water Quality Testing in Private Pond | Erie, PA
This private residence pond is a 6.9-acre private waterbody near Erie, PA. The client was experiencing ongoing issues with algae growth. The pond is used for fishing, kayaking and swimming and the algae growth was making these activities nearly impossible...read more.
Improving Water Quality In a Community Pond | Pleasant Hill, CA
A small community pond in Pleasant Ridge, CA, was suffering from prolific algae production, offensive odors, poor water quality and disturbing fish kills. The homeowners association that owned the pond was receiving complaints and was at a loss with how to reverse the displeasing water quality issues they were experiencing at this focal point in the neighborhood...read more.
Improving A Community’s Water Quality | Leland, NC
This property in the Carolinas is a residential community located in Leland, NC. The ~500 acre development currently has around 1,000 single family homes within its confines. The waterbodies within the community consist of a 56.7-acre canal system that runs behind many of the homes, an 11.2-acre lake and eleven other small ponds…read more.
Water Quality Monitoring in Community Lake | Virginia Beach, VA
This waterbody is a 90-acre lake in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The lake was created as a borrow pit during the construction of I-64. It is surrounded by homes, with the exception of a small park along the western shore of the lake...read more.
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