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We specialize in the treatment of stagnant bodies of water.Ho

Where do you find stagnant water?

  • lakes
  • storm retention ponds
  • raw drinking water
  • farm/livestock dugouts
  • irrigation ponds
  • finishing lagoons
  • recreation dugouts/swim ponds
  • lake front
  • beaches
  • public swimming holes
  • duck ponds

Are you concerned about the health risks associated with stagnant water?

Stagnant water:

  • festers undesirable bacteria and other pathogens can result in death or illness
  • foul odor
  • algae present
  • murky water
  • nesting grounds for mosquitoes and other nuisance insects
  • livestock drink less resulting in health deterioration
  • fish die when DO levels are too low
  • aquatic weeds and leaches

Stagnant Water can have a negative impact on the economy and environment in your the surrounding community

  • less tourism and recreation
  • decreased residential/cottage development
  • higher cost to treating raw water for drinking
  • livestock will not flourish- less weight gain, poor health
  • compliance for effluent release is not being met

Our Process

We will physically assess your body of water and provide a detailed recommendation report.

  1. Assessment – water samples, measurements, historical data, environmental factors, topography.
  2. Recommendation – detailed report and treatment plan
  3. Implement – installation and application
  4. Service Maintenance Program – 100% guarantee

To get started with an Initial Assessment  for only $695 , please fill in the form below or call (877)745-6898

Residential Storm Retention Pond -treated water less than one year later

Manitoba Water Advisory Links

Mosquito Control for residences

Manitoba Beaches

Water Protection Hand Book

Manitoba Water Advisories

IISD

MEIA

Be Smart

When you see algae infested water be smart and protect your family, pets and livestock:

  • Avoid swimming or having any contact with the water.
  • Do not drink the water, including boiling water and chlorination.
  • Prevent pets or livestock from drinking the water along the shoreline.
  • Do not eat fish that appear to be unhealthy.