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The Petroleum Industry and the Treatment of Produced Water

The use of ground water by the petroleum sector can be considered as a new potential procurement of water in certain regions where natural water levels are low and where careful treatment of the produced water allows for its safe use. A short explanation of the process of petroleum extraction in relation to produced water […]

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Best Management Practice for Stormwater Retention Ponds

Best Management Practice (BMP) for restoring water quality in Stormwater retention ponds has never been as important as it is now. The challenge is to treat incoming polluted water as it flushes through streets and parking lots, ensuring that the water leaving the retention pond is in a better state than when it arrived. We […]

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What Can Bubbles And Bacteria Do For You?

The combined partnership of beneficial microorganisms, specifically bacteria and aeration can treat some severe water quality problems fast and effectively, saving municipal government money in associated treatment costs. Rising energy costs offer municipalities a good incentive to re-evaluate existing water treatment systems for efficiency in light of improvements to industry standards. Water Quality Problems Canadian […]

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Canadianpond.ca’s Guide to Choosing an Air Diffuser System

Choosing the correct air diffuser is critical when designing your aeration project. The microbubbles created by the linear Bubble Tubing® or the OctoAir™-10 give the best oxygen transfer rate possible and in many cases these diffusers are a good solution to consider. We offer numerous other high performance diffuser options for mixing, oxidation, the control […]

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Does Aeration Heat Up the Water of a Pond?

We often hear that aeration will heat up the pond on hot summer days. The warming up of the water will eventually make trout stop feeding and eventually can kill them. Sometimes oxygen is not the only limiting factor, maintaining cool temperature is as important for trout species. Contrary to what many believe it is […]

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What is a fine bubble diffuser such as Bubble Tubing® ?

Bubble Tubing ® is a new Canadian-made self-sinking, flexible, fine bubble diffuser tubing available in ½”and ¾” airline sizes. Bubble Tubing® can be used for industrial applications including mining and aquaculture. This unique tubing is also great for aerating ponds, water-gardens, long narrow waterways, and wherever a bottom mounted diffusion assembly is not desired or appropriate. […]

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Why choose a linear areation system with Bubble Tubing?

What are the advantages of a linear aeration system over traditional diffuser discs? Rather than having bubbles concentrated around a diffuser disc or stone diffuser, it is much more efficient to have air distributed over a length of 100 feet or longer by using linear Bubble Tubing. Bubble Tubing is a flexible tube that can […]

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Typical Application Scenarios for Bubble Tubing®

Typical Application Scenarios for a fine bubble diffuser such as Bubble Tubing® Waste water basins, leachate ponds, composting and storm water retention ponds can achieve highly efficient aeration and circulation using Bubble Tubing®. Tubing can be installed directly in to the basin or attached to grids to allow quick removal when required. Be sure to […]

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How can Aeration Help a Lake Such as Lac Waterloo?

Understanding Lake Bottom Aeration for Lac Waterloo. “Comprendre l’aération pour le lac Waterloo“ (Understanding Lake Bottom Aearation for Lac Waterloo), is an article first written in French by Mario Paris, president of Canadianpond.ca Products Ltd., and published in the journal LACTION des Ami(e)s du Bassin Versant du Lac Waterloo (LACTION: Friends of the Watershed of […]

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Choosing the Right Floating Fountain for your Pond

You own a pond and feel a floating fountain would be needed to provide aeration, circulation and a nice visual aspect to your pond? Here is what you should know and what needs to be considered. A fountain should not be considered as main source of aeration for larger ponds. Fountains provide circulation and minimal […]

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