Effective and Economical
Lake, River, Reservoir and
Waste Water Treatment
Improves water for drinking, swimming, fishing and
weeds and algae
fish growth health
foul taste and odors
There's no substitute for experience and positive
system has been proven in more than 2,000 worldwide applications:
France -- won the two highest environmental
awards for restoration of L'Heple River, others
Taiwan -- Solved blue-green algae,
taste and odor problems in the Feng-Shan drinking water reservoir with
hundreds of pig farms upstream; Sun Moon Pond; many other reservoirs.
Korea -- in Il San City Lotte, Seoul;
United Kingdom -- St. James Park at
Buckingham Place, Battersea Park, London Docklands, potable water, and
India -- Famous Goa Resort
A few of the thousands of projects done in the United States
Florida -- Lake Weston
Wisconsin -- Silver Springs Lake
Minnesota -- Sweeney Lake
Ohio -- Burnett Lake
Michigan -- White Birch Lake
North Carolina -- Lake Yononnoka
Connecticut -- Cobble Pond
Maryland -- Upper Marlboro Pond
Pennsylvania --Lake Canadensis
Plus many others
QUALITY means improved environment for fish
Promotes Fish Growth
Keeps Fish Healthy
Prevents Fish Kills
Operation Walleye -- Alexandria, Minn., doubled the average
size of fingerlings in CLEAN-FLO
aerated ponds, versus other lakes and ponds.
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources found more fish and twice
the average size fish in two CLEAN-FLO
aerated lakes. These lakes were fished 133 hours per acre per year,
versus 49 hours per acre per year on 13 nearby lakes.
Taiwan fish farmers experienced double fish growth and increased
profits after CLEAN-FLO
French engineers showed L'Helpe River converted from unusable for
every purpose to useable for every purpose. From no fish and insects
to abundant fish and insects.
Responsible for overall health and water quality
"The work done by CLEAN-FLO ... has been effective .... weeds receding
... muck is being decomposed ... revealing sand, and the muck line moves
further out from the shore each year ... water clarity is returning."
Raymond M. Eckstrom, P.E.
Pine City, Minnesota
"A considerable improvement in the Trophic State Indices ... all
the goals of the contract have been met or exceeded."
Virgil Muller, P.E.
"The most obvious improvement was a lack of filamentous algae or
vasular plant problems. Good reproduction ... the lack of foul smell
from the sediments."
Kerry W. Prather
Central Fishery District Biologist
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, Frankfort, Kentucky
to Get Set, Inc.for more information, and/or
to schedule a survey for a complete quote of your water treatment needs.
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