This short video clip shows an Aquaviva Australia Natural Pool which was built around 2005. It has been stocked with 25+ rainbow trouts, and in the filtration zone which used to be just “plain” plants has been filled up (just a little more then maximum water level) with scoria volcanic rock and tomato plants planted which grow fantastic caused by the nutrition in the water created by the fish.
The following video shows the benefits of a Slow Sand Filtration system in Stinson Beach, California.
Slow Sand Filtration
Benefits of slow sand filtration for the small water community.
How we solved one clients dilemma. Instead of the client having to pay to drill a new well, we installed a slow sand filtration system, ultimately saving them tens of thousands of dollars. Not only was the client very happy but the state was pleased with our safe and alternative solution to the problem.
The following slideshow illustrates the Volunteer Canyon Treatment Project