Water treatment

We carry out water treatments with ecological products and cutting-edge technologies for optimal maintenance of water quality. Organic mud often accumulates on lake bottoms, emitting unpleasant odors in summer, reducing water quality and visibility. In general, these conditions can kill fish and birds, and promote large blooms of algae and aquatic weeds.

Below we detail some of the products we use are:

  • Products based on Enzymes and Bacteria To restore the balance of nutrients.

  • Food grade colorants To filter UV rays.

  • Hospital grade disinfectants Necessary in case of a lake cleaning.

In the case before starting treatment of the lake there is an algae bloom, you may first be necessary withdrawing them and using hospital grade disinfectants to begin treatment.

Biological treatment of sediment

Bacterial products specially designed to digest sludge use the nutrients in water to convert carbon compounds (sludge) to CO2; denitrification occurs under anaerobic conditions (NO3 to NO2, to N2), and nitrification occurs under aerobic conditions (NH3 to NO2 to NO3). The result is a reduction in the levels of mud and nutrients that are available for the growth of algae and other aquatic plants.

By using beneficial bacteria that slowly digest organic sediments, a sequential process occurs:

  • Sludge digestion.
  • Release of organic substances and soluble nutrients.
  • Nutrient absorption.
  • Mineralization of nutrients (conversion of nutrients to CO2 and water).
  • Achievement of an improvement in water quality.

Aquatic vegetation pruning

We can carry out the pruning and cleaning of weeds and aquatic plants existing in the lake through the use of amphibious machines without the need to move large machinery. In this way, deterioration of the areas surrounding the lake is avoided. Below we list the types of plants that are necessary to prune or collect:

  • Emerging – Phragmites, Totoras, Carrizales, etc.

  • Submerged – Elodea, Foxtail, Hydrilla, etc.

  • Floating – Duckweed, Water hyacinth, etc.

Emerging plants shed part of their foliage during winter that settles to the bottom and consequently releases nutrients during decomposition.

Floating and submerged plants release roots and parts of their foliage that are normally sucked up by irrigation systems, thus causing obstructions. If they are not aspirated, they settle to the bottom and release nutrients during their decomposition.

Discovering the future

We are a multidisciplinary company focused on the biological treatment of water

Contact

FLEYCCORP SL. C/ Príncipe de Vergara 109, 2ª Planta. CP: 28002. Madrid. Tel: +34 910 845 945.

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