31 aug 2023

The benefits of using Phoslock (lanthanum-modified bentonite) for reducing phosphorus pollution in water bodies

Different management approaches can be adopted to tackle phosphorus pollution. Some measures are aimed at directly controlling the symptoms of nutrient pollution rather than the underlying problem. Other measures, such as chemical phosphorus inactivation,… Read more
14 jul 2023

‘Plan A’, why Autumn is the best time to remediate waterways suffering from phosphorus pollution with Phoslock.

Phosphorus is essential to life, but too much phosphorus can lead to nutrient pollution and can have a negative impact on water quality. In excess, it can also affect aquatic ecosystems negatively. Nutrient pollution… Read more
methane bubble in freshwater 19 jun 2023

Phoslock can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from freshwaters

Methane is the second most important greenhouse gas (GHG) contributor to climate change, and waterbodies suffering from nutrient pollution are significant emission source. Methane gas occurs naturally in the environment and is also the… Read more
29 mei 2023

Phoslock significantly reduces available phosphorus concentrations, improving water quality.

Damian Whelan and Kate Waters-Hart (PET Europe) were recently interviewed by Smart Water Magazine and shared benefits of using Phoslock to improve water quality. Read more below to discover why Phoslock significantly reduces available… Read more
18 mei 2023

[Webinar] Phosphorus pollution control: insights into Phoslock applications

Phosphorus Pollution Control: insights into Phoslock applications. Nutrient pollution is a complex, global problem that can cause undesirable changes to aquatic systems. Even following successful catchment management, phosphorus can be retained within waterbodies and… Read more
22 nov 2022

Heat-related water quality impacts amplified during extreme weather

With scientists warning that heatwaves could become more frequent and intense because of climate change there is greater risk to the health of our waterways. We have just come out of record-breaking summer conditions… Read more