All Wastewater Treatment systems have one thing in common…they need oxygen, and LOTS of it. The good news is that there has been a breakthrough in aeration technology resulting in an affordable, highly effective aerator.
Animal waste-lagoon aeration
A large industrial dairy or feedlot operation can generate as much waste as a mid-sized city. While cities spend millions of dollars each year to process and dispose of municipal waste, feedlot owners cannot afford such expenditures. Factory farms are thus limited to disposing the manure in uncovered manure lagoons, or else spreading it on surrounding land.
Stock Tanks & Pond Health – Pond Aeration
Oxygen is an absolute key to a healthy pond. In a perfect world oxygen enters the pond at the surface of the water. Wave action at the surface and/or mild thermal currents carry the oxygen into the deeper depths of the water. Beneficial algae growth at various depths in the pond also produces dissolved oxygen during the daylight hours. Aerobic microorganisms (called aerobes) breathe this subsurface oxygen as they digest the organic nutrients in the water.
Golf Course Pond aeration
Golf course ponds are meant to create eye appeal but many times end up being an eye sore. The reason is simple. Algae, pond scum, murky water, and foul odors in the pond can manifest almost overnight thus haunting the maintenance supervisor as well as the golf course owner.
Lake way and Cove Aeration
Oxygen is the key to the health of any body of water, and this is especially true of an inlet or cove. Without adequate oxygen it is difficult for fish or beneficial microorganisms to survive. The result is murky, unsightly, and sometimes odorous water. Homeowners living on the cove are often at a loss when it comes to options for cleaning up the water.
Livestock Tanks / Stocked Fishing Ponds
The typical farmer has a pond that serves a dual purpose. First, it serves as a water source
for his/her livestock. Second, it serves as a fishing pond for recreational use. What the farmer
does not always realize is that the pond can be a source of disease for livestock. The reason is that oxygen depletion, which is so common in such ponds, can lead to the growth of harmful microorganisms.