E-Coli Pond Water Biological Treatment
Test shows a 66% REDUCTION of E-Coli bacteria in 45 days of treatment!
Thanks to “BIO LAKE SLUDGE BUSTER”. OES has to service ponds and lake with this product because it is made fresh and has a 24 hour dosing time limit. THIS CAN NOT BE MADE and SHIPPED
We can treat any size pond or Lake.
E-Coli pond water in ponds and lakes, SAFE NON-CHEMICAL Solution to safer water to swim in.
E-Coli Pond Water Treatment, Biological Treatment: This New Jersey pond was treated with Bio Lake Sludge Buster for elevated levels of harmful bacteria or E-Coli. Tests were done done by a certified lab, showing a great reduction in bacteria. SAFE- Non Chemical solution with great results.
The presence of fecal contamination or E-Coli pond water in a body of water, is an indicator that a potential health risk exists for individuals exposed to this water. E-coli bacteria may occur in any pond or lake, as a result of the overflow from domestic sewage or any sources of human and animal waste.
The presence of fecal coliform bacteria in aquatic environments indicates that the water has been contaminated with fecal material.
The pond or lake may have been contaminated by pathogens or disease producing bacteria or viruses that can also exist in fecal matter. Agricultural run-off, wildlife such as ducks, geese, leach fields or septic tank problems can also cause or contribute to pond/lake water contamination
Some waterborne pathogenic diseases include typhoid fever, viral and bacterial gastroenteritis and hepatitis A.
The most common member being Escherichia coli. E.coli is the primary fecal coliform, however, Klebsiella is sometimes of fecal origin. Other general coliform genera include Enterobacter and Citrobacter. Non-fecal coliforms are also widely distributed in nature, being found both as naturally occurring soil organisms, and in the intestines of warm-blooded animals and humans.
With the use of microbial bio-augmentation, we have the ability to successfully reduce fecal coliform contamination on any size pond or lake.
Water testing is available at OES, and tested by certified labs to check for bacterial levels.
Bio Lake Clear and Bio Lake Ecosocks GC should be used together.