Lake and Pond Treatment

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Today’s lakes and reservoirs are facing a variety of challenges from the surrounding environment that threaten the health of the creatures that depend on the life sustaining water.   As has become more and more clear, human beings are among the creatures that rely on the quality and health of these bodies of water.   


Theia Water offers a range of simple, innovative solutions that address the cause of these  issues facing ponds, lakes, rivers and reservoirs.  As with all the solutions we offer, these solutions are easy to apply and work with nature, allowing the healthy natural processes to function properly, and helping them to undo any existing damage. These solutions are sustainable because they are designed to restore the natural balance.  Additionally, these solutions do not add anything to the water  that is not normally found in nature. 


Theia offers solutions that are designed for the site and the customer.  While the word “custom” normally means expensive, that is now how Theia does it.  We engineer a solution for the site by working with you and with your site, utilizing what is already there when possible to reduce capital costs.    


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