CanadianPond.ca Products Ltd.
Experts in water management solutions, we provide systems planning and strategies for waste water, municipalities, the oil-industry or anyone with ponds, lakes or basins to manage. We handle large and small scale aeration projects. Beyond the standard aeration system and waste water basins we also have the products and experience to choose the proper equipment for de-icing, evaporation pits, odor elimination and leachate basin aeration systems. The development of our Bubble Tubing is offering industrial clients a number of opportunities. From custom system and specialized applications we can provide full systems designed for your needs. We ship around the world. In operation since 1999.

Address

513 Knowlton
Lac-Brome, PQ J0E 1V0
Canada
Toll-free: 1 866 249-0976
Phone: 450 243-0976
Fax: 450 243-1834

Product Categories

Aeration, Equipment & Systems; Equipment; Industrial; Odor Control; Valves

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