Adler and Allan Launches Oxygen Depletion Service

Oxygen depletion happens in aquatic environments as dissolved oxygen becomes reduced in concentration endangering aquatic organisms living in the system. Fish can be seen hanging at the water surface, sometimes gulping air.

Aeration is required to raise oxygen levels once depletion has been detected. This can be achieved by deployment of mechanical aeration devices or by the addition of hydrogen peroxide under controlled conditions.

For more information please call us on 0800 592 827 or visit  Oxygen Depletion Response Service.



Testimonials


…congratulate you and your team for the professionalism and physical commitment…in bringing the incident to a safe and successful conclusion.
Stathclyde Fire & Rescue
Just a quick email to thank yourself and all the lads that contributed to the spill…a job well done.
Costain
Excellent response. Contacted Adler & Allan with site location and description of incident on site. Shortly afterwards, I received a phone call confirming that a team had been dispatched and given an estimated time of arrival. Team arrived on site on time and completed the mop up effectively. Fantastic service, will cascade this incident to further promote your service.
Scottish Power