Clean water like clean air is fundamentally important for the health of our environment. Water pollution is defined as the contamination of water bodies (e.g. lakes, rivers, oceans, aquifers and groundwater) and is usually the result of human activities. Managing and improving water quality starts with management of our watersheds. Watersheds are important because the surface water and stormwater runoff within a watershed ultimately drain to other bodies of water downstream. In other words, everything upstream eventually ends up downstream.
Sources of water pollution within the watershed can be grouped as either point or non-point sources:
- Wastewater (sewage and industrial)
- Agriculture wastewater
- Stormwater which includes urban runoff as well as sediment erosion
- Apply Floating Treatment Wetland solutions to improve water quality & ecological health throughout the watershed.
- Upstream nearer the sources
- Downstream where it collects
Floating Wetland Solutions markets, sells, manufactures, installs and services Floating Wetland product-based solutions that improve water quality throughout the watershed. Our product solutions leverage natural wetland biological processes and are themselves eco friendly and sustainable.
What makes us different from other “floating island” companies is the novel modular design of our Floating Wetland products, which allows us to design solutions that target the regulation of environmental factors that control wetland microbial processes, to maximize treatment capacity.
We market and sell direct to customers and indirectly through other engineering or consulting firms. We can provide turn key projects that include, design, manufacture, delivery, site assembly, installation and follow up service and training if needed. While the direct customer experience is invaluable to our learning, we also sell globally working through engineering or consulting firms who have local knowledge and access, and often specialize within a narrower water quality focus such as rural waste water or stormwater wet ponds or fisheries, etc. We support the local engineering or consulting firm with our expertise while they serve as the prime contact with the customer, thus allowing us to target geographical areas that would otherwise be difficult for us to cost effectively service directly.