Clean Lakes implements aquatic plant management and algae control programs through the use of USEPA approved aquatic herbicides and algaecides.
Liquid and granular aquatic herbicide and algaecide applications are performed using the most technologically advanced precision application techniques.
Our comprehensive aquatic plant management and algae control programs are complete with real-time data capture to support pre and post treatment reporting and compliance requirements.
ILMA 31st Annual Conference
February 29 – March 2, 2016
Wyndham Springfield City Centre, IL
36th Annual MAPMS Conference
March 6-9, 2016
Amway Grand Plaza Grand Rapids, MI
28th Annual Indiana Lakes Management Society (ILMS) Conference
Friday, March 11th
Swan Lake Resort 5203, Plymouth LaPorte Trail, Plymouth Indiana
2016 Western Aquatic Plant Management Society (WAPMS) Conference
March 21-23, 2016
San Diego, CA
Clean Lakes deploys a fleet of diverse aquatic herbicide and algaecide application equipment, from backpack sprayers and jon boats to the most advanced precision application vessels, furnished with the latest technology to meet the unique needs of your waterway.
The LittLine®, a littoral zone treatment technology, was developed to support increased efficacy from aquatic pesticide applications for the control of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) including aquatic vegetation, cyanobacteria, mussels and fish.
Through the use of this technology, applications can target any portion of the water column; thereby allowing for the use of the lowest effective amount of pesticides in compliance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Pesticides General Permit (NPDES PGP) requirements.
The system is a dual application system with two separate operating tanks, pumps, and sets of lines which allows for two pesticide active ingredients to be applied at once providing greater efficiency and efficacy of application.
The LittLine® is available for hire throughout the United States and or through a licensing agreement to meet your AIS control program requirements.
For projects and specific treatment areas requiring a granular herbicide or algaecide, applications are performed through mounted inductor and spreader style systems.
The advanced precision application vessels are equipped with onboard control systems which enable detailed data capture to deliver complete records for compliance reporting.
The self-managing control systems constantly monitor their own operational status and report any inconsistencies to the operator. The systems are also connected with the GPS receiver allowing the systems to maintain records of where they have applied product within a particular site.
Clean Lakes Midwest provides visible results.
When we institute aquatic plant management and algae control programs we protect our native species and their habitat.