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actual results from our customers

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DONIPHAN, MO

BASE LINE DATA- May 23, 2018

COD: 92  pH: 8.20  DO: 6.26 Average Sludge Depth: 15.5 feet


CURRENT DATA – July 29, 2019

COD: 49  pH: 6.31  DO: 2.2A verage Sludge Depth: 13.5 feet    


  • Their DO, and pH, are low because of the excessive duckweed. Duckweed is a DO killer, blocking the oxygen-transferring interface between the surface of the lagoon and the atmosphere. And because duckweed inhibits algal growth, the lagoon doesn’t receive any of the natural oxygenation that algae provide. We recommended that they try and kill the duckweed as soon as possible. COD, on the other hand, was lowered due to our chemistry.
  •  The sludge judge we performed on July 27th, 2018 showed an average of 15.5' of sludge. On July 29th, 2019 the average was 13.5'. Our chemistry lowered the sludge blanket by 2'. In the northeast corner of their primary lagoon, we measured 0" in 2 points.


HENNESSEY, OK

BASE LINE DATA- October 17,2018

COD: 538  pH: 7.64  DO: 4.64  Average Sludge Depth: 5 feet 


CURRENT DATA - October 6, 2019

COD: 190 pH: 7.88  DO: 7.81 Average Sludge Depth: 0.8 feet    


  • Their pH is staying steady, DO has risen and COD dropped dramatically. All of these positive improvements are because of the reduction of their sludge.
  •  Our chemistry lowered their average sludge blanket to under a foot. The highest reading we recorded this year was 1.5 feet which was in the middle and the northeast corner. Those same two readings a year ago was 6 feet in the middle and 5 feet in northeast corner. loyal ones.