Technology Offers Safe and Environmentally Friendly Formula for Cleaner Ponds
While the choice to integrate a pond into one’s garden, landscape or golf course generally results in the overall enhancement and beauty of the landscape, many consumers do not realize the amount of work that goes into maintaining that beauty.
Over time, contaminants inevitably begin to build up and create unsightly and foul-smelling sludge.
Fortunately Bio S.I. Technology has developed a break-through formula that naturally and effectively cleanses pond water without harm to the environment.
Backed by a team of experts with over 20 years of experience, this company has released its highly effective Pond Formula which purifies pond water through naturally occurring microbes.
These beneficial bacteria break down contaminants in ponds that have resulted from dead and decaying plants and animal wastes over time.
The microbes work to reduce the amounts of nitrogen, phosphorous and ammonia compounds in the water and digest sludge buildup, thereby making it possible to have a clear and clean pond once more.
Although chemical cleaners can be detrimental to the environment living in and around one’s pond or water feature, the benefit of using Bio S.I. Technology as a cleaner of choice lies in the fact that it is natural and environmentally friendly.
Using said formula is not only safe for humans, animals, fish and plants. It actually works to improve the aquatic environment so that fish and wildlife may benefit from it.
Bio S.I. Technology’s Pond Formula is easy to use and comes in a variety of sizes to benefit ponds both large and small. Pond Formulas can be purchased in quarts, gallons, 2 1/2 gallons, 5-gallon pails, 55-gallon drums, or in totes. Large orders, such as tankers, can also be delivered upon special order.
For further information about Bio S.I. Technology or for media related inquiries, please contact Lance Vernstrom of Christie Communications(www.christiecomm.com) at (805) 969-3744 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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