LagoonClear Sludge Tabs
LagoonClear Sludge Tabs
Remove Up To 5 Inches Of Sludge/Muck Per Year
- Removes Sludge & Odor From Holding Ponds
- Targeted Pellet Formula For Direct Contact
- Lowers Cost of Dredging & Hauling
Spot Treats Shorelines & Sludge Pits
Digest Accumulated Organic Debris In Retention Ponds, Clarifiers or Sludge Pits
Sludge Tabs digest accumulated organic debris that reside at the bottom of retention ponds, clarifying/settling tanks and pits. Upon application, Sludge Tabs sink below the surface of the water releasing a specialized blend of beneficial bacteria which instantly begin digesting muck, improving water clarity and eliminating noxious odors.
Sludge Tabs precision release pellets are easy to use and are great for spot treating troublesome areas such as beaches, shorelines, drainage areas, settling tanks, sludge pits, etc. It can even be used in high-flow areas such as canals or lake front property. With regular use, Sludge Tabs can break down up to 5 inches of pond muck per year.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: EnviroDEFENSE® LagoonClear contains targeted enzymes and bacteria stains formulated in an easy to apply, targeted tablet application delivery method. EnviroDEFENSE® LagoonClear contains a minimum of 5 Billion CFU/gram.
Bacteria Strains: Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus licheniformis, Bacillus megaterium and Bacillus thuringiensis
For Routine Treatment: Apply ½ lb. (227 g) for every 5000 m3 of water every week.
For Severely High Level of Accumulations: Apply 1 lb. (454 g) for every 5000 m3 of water every week.
PARAMETERS: For biology to work properly in the pond, certain water conditions must exist:
- Optimum time of use should be: 3-5 p.m.
- pH of the water maintained between 5.5 & 9.5.
- Temperature of the water above 10°C (50°F).
- Dissolved oxygen levels must be above 3 ppm.
- Water must be free of chlorine/chemicals that will kill beneficial bacteria.
Case Study for LagoonClear Tablets
The field study below shows the reduction of sludge by EnviroDEFENSE® LagoonClear Tablets. Each spring, the client’s water level drops to handle the flow of new water for the rainy season. While the water level is down, the first 20 feet of shoreline is exposed. The middle photo shows the client’s beach area after three months of use. The side photos show the neighbors to the left and right that had no treatment.