When leaves, weeds, algae, and other organic material travel to the bottom of a pond, muck and sediment form. Over time, this sediment will fill in the pond and is the source of many of the problems that most pond owners have. This sediment can contain toxic gases and harbor nutrients that are the source of weed and algae problems.
Many types of ponds can benefit from the removal of excess sediment:
Pond dredging usually involves the use of either a scoop or suction tool, and the resulting spoils of the dredging can either be used to contour the land around the pond, or be disposed of by a company that specifically handles pond sediment. Browse the companies that take pond sediment or request pricing today and we'll help find the right waste vendor to meet your needs.
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