Black, Stinky, Smelly Sludge In Pond?

Effective Environmental Services has introduced a new sludge remover for use in ponds and lakes. It is completely organic and safe for wildlife, pets, and humans.

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Magic Sinkers

Magic Sinkers are 100% organic and are used to remove sludge, algae, and pollutants from backyard ponds.

Lake View Terrace, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2013

Effective Environmental Services is pleased to announce the introduction of its product, Magic Sinkers. This product is the green solution to the problem of pond sludge, which is the decaying remains of plants and leaves in the bottom of a pond. The product is effective and safe for fish, turtles, and plants living in a pond, lake, or river.

Clifford Woods, CEO of Effective Environmental Services, told an interviewer recently, "Magic Sinkers are 100% organic and are used to remove sludge, algae, and pollutants from backyard ponds." The components of this product are soil, fermented wheat bran, beneficial microbes, molasses, and minerals. They are compressed into balls about the size of a tennis ball and dried. One may notice the growth of white fungus on the outside. This is a harmless manifestation of the microbes that devour the backyard sludge.

Recommended usage is one Magic Sinker for every 10 square feet of pond surface area. However, these are to be used only in cases where there is a major sludge problem. The company produces another product, Pond Magician, that is adequate for bodies of water with less of a problem with sludge buildup. In extreme cases, one may need to make more than one application of Magic Sinkers if the layer of sludge at the bottom of a pond is excessively deep.

For more information about this new product, those looking for a safe and effective sludge remover are encouraged to visit http://effens.com/our-products/magic-sinkers/. Members of the press and/or others seeking additional information about this or other products mentioned in this press release may contact the company's CEO.


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