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    Nutrient Remediation Services to Restore Balance in Your Lake or Pond

    Why Do Lakes and Ponds Develop Water Quality Issues? Why is Nutrient Remediation Necessary?

    Lakes and ponds serve as rich ecosystems for aquatic plants and wildlife. They also function as beautiful backdrops and recreational spots for humans and pets to enjoy. Because a waterbody tends to perform multiple roles, it’s possible for the natural harmony of the ecosystem to become unbalanced. Oftentimes, this imbalance can be traced back to an excessive amount of lake and pond nutrients. And the most effective way to combat nutrient overload is through nutrient remediation.

    Is There Such Thing as Too Many Nutrients?

    In suitable quantities, nutrients are beneficial—and necessary—for lakes and ponds to flourish. Nutrients like phosphorous and nitrogen occur in natural levels within waterbodies thanks to fish waste and decomposing aquatic plants, but too much of a good thing may threaten the health and appearance of the aquatic ecosystem.

    The introduction of foreign nutrient sources, like fertilizers, grass clippings, leaves, animal waste, and eroded sediment can spur the growth of nuisance plants and algae blooms, cause poor water clarity, foul odors, fish kills and lead to incredible stress on a lake or pond. The presence of excessive nutrients can not only endanger plants and wildlife that call the aquatic ecosystem home, nutrient runoff may also speed up the waterbody’s natural aging process of eutrophication, causing the lake or pond to expend itself prematurely.  

    How Can Nutrient Loading Be Prevented?

    Mitigate nutrients in your lake or pond and restore balance with proven water quality restoration technologies and nutrient remediation solutions:

    Phoslock Alum  Biochar Biological Augmentation 

    Nutrient Remediation Services, Nutrient Management, Alum and Phoslock

    During the nutrient remediation process, products like Phoslock, Alum and Biochar help limit water quality imbalances by binding with excess nutrients. When water quality conditions are more balanced, nuisance aquatic weeds and algae are less likely to thrive.

    Restore Balance in Your Waterbody Through Nutrient Remediation

    Nutrient remediation is the foundation of any effective nutrient management plan. When applied by a licensed professional, nutrient mitigation products work to rapidly remove free reactive nutrients from the water column, reinforcing the beauty and balance of your lake or pond for years to come. To ensure your waterbody is on the right track, consider conducting regular water quality tests that reveal important parameters like nutrient levels, pH, dissolved oxygen levels and more.

    Contact your lake and pond management expert to discuss implementing a nutrient remediation and nutrient management plan to put your lake or pond on a path to recovery.

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