SolarBees Story

You can find SolarBees website at www.solarbee.com and according to that website;

“SolarBee, Inc., is a world leader in improving reservoir water quality. SolarBee has pioneered the patented near-laminar radial flow technology that provides high-flow, long-distance circulation (LDC) in water reservoirs. Today SolarBee is using LDC to solve water quality problems in fresh water lakes and reservoirs, potable water tanks and reservoirs, wastewater ponds and lagoons, and estuarine environments in over 14 countries around the globe – providing significant energy savings while relying on solar power and reducing the need for toxic chemicals. SolarBee is truly “Circulating the World’s Water.”

Pump Systems, Inc. (PSI) designed, built and installed its first solar powered mixer in Dickinson, ND, in the summer of 1998. It was installed into a 20-acre municipal wastewater polishing pond which had a long history of toxicity associated with ammonia, odor, and stratification problems.   The company enjoyed success with installation in wastewater treatment plants and branched out into other areas.  According to the company’s website the SolarBee has many current applications:

  • Freshwater Lakes
  • Drinking Water Reservoirs
  • Stormwater Detention Ponds
  • Parks & Golf Course Ponds
  • High Value Property Areas
  • Sport Fishing Lakes
  • Fish Hatchery
  • Culture Ponds
  • Estuaries
  • Potable Water Tanks
  • Potable Water Reservoirs
  • Wastewater Ponds/Lagoons
  • Effluent Storage Ponds
  • Sludge Storage Basins
  • Industrial Waste Ponds
  • Power Plant Cooling Lakes
  • Leachate Ponds

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