Nano Bubble for Lake & Pond Rejuvenation

Anoxic conditions in lakes can be caused by a number of factors, such as stratification (in deep lakes), algal blooms and high water temperatures. Once oxygen levels in the water become too low, the lake’s ecosystem will be affected. Direct effects of anoxia in a lake may include release of organic and inorganic molecules, such as nutrients, metals and manganese and a decreased growth of aerobic bacteria in the hypolimnion.

Phosphorous release from the sediment provokes algal blooms and leads to eutrophication of lakes and water bodies. In water bodies where algal blooms have caused the anoxic conditions of the hypolimnion in the first place, algal problems will escalate even further when this occurs. Because algal blooms may also increase pH levels, growth of other (competing) organisms in the water will decline, allowing the algae to consume most of the nutrients that are being released from the sediment.

  • Increased D.O. Level
  • Increased aquitic life
  • Reduced odour and foul smell
  • Improve water quality in terms of BOD, COD, S24, S2S, and
    ammonia nitrogen.
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