Oily Residue on your Lake?

  • Bio-Film Oily Residue on Lake
  • Bio-Film after 5 minutes aeration
  • Bio-Film After 2 days aeration
Images taken on the same lake before Aeration, 5 minutes after Aeration was started and 2 days later.

Are you noticing an oily residue on the surface of your lake, even in the absence of an actual oil spill? Perhaps you've observed that this issue worsens during hot weather conditions? Take a look at the images above showcasing the before and after effects of our comprehensive, long-term treatment solution designed to eliminate this problem!

The presence of this residue is indicative of a biofilm formation. Essentially, it signals that on a microbial level, your water ecosystem is struggling. Factors such as insufficient dissolved oxygen and thermal stratification are leading to bacterial die-off, resulting in severely compromised water quality. Without intervention, the water will continue to deteriorate, posing a serious threat to the aquatic life within it.


Lake Oily Residue prevention

Key Words:
Oil, Oily Residue, bio-film, biofilm

The Solution - Clear Lake water

Fortunately, there is a solution to this pressing issue: mixing and aeration of the water. By implementing a meticulously tailored system, we can effectively manage the problem and gradually reverse its damaging effects. Our expertise lies in crafting bespoke strategies that address the root causes of poor water quality, ensuring a healthier and more sustainable aquatic environment for all organisms involved.

Are you seeking assurance and validation regarding the effectiveness of our solutions? Look no further than the feedback from our satisfied customers on Trustpilot. Their positive experiences serve as a testament to the quality and efficacy of our lake treatments. Join the ranks of our happy past customers who have witnessed remarkable transformations in their water bodies after entrusting us with their lake management needs. Discover firsthand the difference our expertise can make in restoring and maintaining the health of your lake ecosystem.

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