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More Data Means Better Management for Your Lakes and Ponds

Monitoring the water quality of a lake or waterway creates a comprehensive knowledge base.

This allows for an understanding of how nutrient levels, dissolved oxygen readings and temperature change over time – and how to effectively manage and plan for these.

Water Quality Testing

Gain a Comprehensive Understanding of Your Lake’s Health

There is a lot to stay up to date with when it comes to your lake. Many elements impact the health and safety of your waterbody, including:

  • Toxins from harmful algae blooms (HABs)
  • Presence of E. Coli and other bacteria, indiscernible to the eye
  • Invasive aquatic plant species, which impact the waterbody’s quality and fish habitats
  • Excess nutrient levels

Clarke’s team of experts brings decades of experience and management practices rooted in science-based analysis, surveying and diagnosis, precision product application methods and ongoing monitoring supported by the best available technologies.

Comprehensive, Routine Water Quality Monitoring and Analysis

Water Quality Monitoring and analysis makes the future of your waterbody more predictable – making for simpler budget planning and reporting as well as greater returns for your community and environment.

Our routine testing schedule is tailored to you water body type, location, climate and other factors unique to your community.



These may include:

  • Secchi disk test and depth
  • Phosphorous
  • Nitrogen
  • Chlorophyll-a
  • Harmful Algae Blooms (HABs) monitoring
  • Algae identification
  • Microbial bacteria
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All-Inclusive, Hands-Off Data for Your Lake, Ponds and Other Waterbodies

Clarke’s comprehensive water quality testing and monitoring unearth vital information for the management and restoration of your lakes, ponds and other waterbodies. It’s information integral to any management program.

Discover how these tests can help streamline and appropriately address your water’s concerns.

Find a Plan that Meets Your Waterbody’s Needs