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Hydraulic Dredging
 
 
The Cleaning Process
 
We manage only highly-trained, certified contractors to systematically and hydraulically remove organic and other foreign sediment down to the original bottom of a pond or waterway. This system is unique in that any area of a body of water can be strategically targeted with our system, making it extremely efficient and environmentallyfriendly.

Often times, we are requested to remove sediments from the inside of cisterns and pump stations of retention ponds.

Scuba divers usually remove the sediment from the deepest areas of the pond first. This is the area where the heaviest concentration of sediment exists, creating the most environmental damage to bodies of water. It is this area where there is a lack of oxygen and anaerobic bacteria.

Hydraulic Dredging

Once divers remove these sediments and reach the original bottom, divers continue to dredge toward the shoreline to remove all the sediments. If left untouched, sediments would shallow the pond and have the most profound negative effect on the ecology ofthe pond. When the project is completed, the
pond is back to its original natural bottom with more living space for the aquatic life, less decaying plant matter, and a healthy aerobic environment, resulting in a distinctive reduction in algae, maintenance, and the elimination of any threat of sediment entering other waterways or irrigation systems. Removing
sediments is the first step in rejuvenating a pond back to its natural state.
 

 
Hydraulic Dredging


 

Hydraulic Dredging
 
 
The Cleaning Process
 
We manage only highly-trained, certified contractors to systematically and hydraulically remove organic and other foreign sediment down to the original bottom of a pond or waterway. This system is unique in that any area of a body of water can be strategically targeted with our system, making it extremely efficient and environmentallyfriendly.

Often times, we are requested to remove sediments from the inside of cisterns and pump stations of retention ponds.

Scuba divers usually remove the sediment from the deepest areas of the pond first. This is the area where the heaviest concentration of sediment exists, creating the most environmental damage to bodies of water. It is this area where there is a lack of oxygen and anaerobic bacteria.

Hydraulic Dredging

Once divers remove these sediments and reach the original bottom, divers continue to dredge toward the shoreline to remove all the sediments. If left untouched, sediments would shallow the pond and have the most profound negative effect on the ecology ofthe pond. When the project is completed, the
pond is back to its original natural bottom with more living space for the aquatic life, less decaying plant matter, and a healthy aerobic environment, resulting in a distinctive reduction in algae, maintenance, and the elimination of any threat of sediment entering other waterways or irrigation systems. Removing
sediments is the first step in rejuvenating a pond back to its natural state.
 

 
Hydraulic Dredging