Municipal water management professionals face a range of criteria for managing surface water in their community, including
- federal and provincial regulation
- municipal standards for water quality
- diverse end-users, including taxpayers
- budget considerations, and
- water system life cycle implications.
At Algae Control Canada, we work with municipal clients with decorative ponds, stormwater ponds and raw water reservoirs to solve the actual problems they encounter with clear science and properly scaled and effective solutions. Depending on the project, our team will provide data collection, design, consulting and installation. We have best practices in place to follow up and make sure that solutions are creating the intended results. Surface water that meets
From stormwater ponds and natural wetlands to fully constructed reservoirs, dugouts and retention sites, municipalities and their water experts work hard to maintain environmental standards while meeting the expectations of all of their stakeholders.
If you are a municipal water management professional looking for our wastewater services, including management tools and solutions for lagoons, settling ponds, and basins, visit our wastewater page for more info.
A consultative process gets you the results you need
When assisting our municipal clients Algae Control Canada maintains a primary point of contact throughout all discussions. This enables us to ensure that we have a team lead on your project who has done the “deep dive” on your needs.
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What types of problems does Algae Control Canada solve for municipalities?
- Management of high TSS and algae in raw water uptake in water treatment plants
- Algae and odour control in stormwater ponds
- High TSS in your wastewater effluent
- Excessive Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) in your lagoon
- High ammonia levels
- Foaming and excessive odours in your wastewater lagoon