AARRP Technology has had proven application history in the following industries:
Aquaculture, Composting, Waste Management, Waste Water Treatment, Co-generation of Agricultural waste into Electricity, Water Treatment; Tailings Ponds Treatment, Produced Water Restoration, Recreational Lakes and River Systems.
AARRP is a combined approach using Aeration, Circulation and Effective Micro-organisms (EM).
The people of Alberta have been looking for solutions for decades to fight the worsening conditions of Alberta’s water.
We can solve these major problems, out of the box! Each WRD moves 700 m3/h (3080 usgpm) 3-6 m vertically and 100 m horizontally.
Over a 24 hour period it uses the same energy as 3 X 100 watt light bulbs to move 16800 m3.
Watreco Vortex Generator:
This WRD uses vortex technology to aerate organic matter while killing bacteria through the Endothermic reaction of water.
When do we begin to solve the problem of Alberta’s Lakes and Rivers?
“Political Will” and an economic proven environmental solution.
“Our goal is to fix everybody of water we can.
How much does it cost not to have healthy living water?
We need to re-look and re-think , what and how we are doing things!”
Our starting goal; The Sturgeon River System
Sturgeon River System and Wabamun Lake drainage into North Saskatchewan River.
In 2014 Alberta there were nine major lakes in Alberta that suffer from high levels of Cyanobacteria (Blue-Green Algae).
In the summer of 2015; 22 lakes were closed due to Cyanobacteria – see “My wildalberta.com” under AARRP References:
The following are what are known as “Blue-Green Algae Lakes”:
Lac La Nonne
Lac St. Anne*
If one considered the environmental cost of fertilizer and the energy spent to produce it, it begs the question, “If we spent a fraction of cost to rejuvenate and rehabilitate the water shed would the land produce better and thus require less chemical fertilization?”
The “Blue-Green Algae Lakes” in Alberta have the same profiles, they are effected by the same weather and all are contained within their own water sheds.
In a lake, the water at the bottom of the lake is, in most cases 4’C. As the temperature of the water increases and becomes less dense, it starts to layer out and stratify. These strata are also known as thermoclines and can be witnessed while SCUBA diving in fresh water lakes in Alberta.
Thermoclines or temperature levels in lakes were fundamental to Schauberger understanding of how the health of a lake is based on its temperature. Schauberger discovered that the bacterial and organic life forms that “choke out” a lake thrive with increased temperature.………….
The problem is we need to cool our lakes and rivers.
Schauberger discovered that bacteria would not grow at under 9’C. A successful program would enlarge and increase the “circulation rate” of the lake and therefore increase the core of the MVLB-4’C (Mean volume of lake bottom @ 4’C). By measuring the thermocline and differing temperature strata at the lake bottom; a profile will emerge as to how much water is at the lake bottom with the volume of 4’C water. By establishing the (MVLB-4’C) an overall volume of water can be established and allow accurate measuring.
In the winter, the ambient temperature of the water under the ice is 1 ’C, 2’C, 3’C or 4’C. We can manipulate the MVLB-4’C during the summer to keep up to the effects of climate change and keep the water resource cooler through the warmer weather.
To maintain the balance of organic matter and temperature in natural lakes, we first need to measure the temperature and the amount and variety of organic material.
New technology exists that can determine to the part per Billionth (BPM) and catalogue known organic compounds which can be measured, logged, quantified and used to determine the success of the program.