Environmentally safe pond cleaning.

Got muck or algae that’s starting to kill your pond and make it ugly? MuckSuckers has the perfect, environmentally-friendly solution.

We will suck up the muck and restore your pond to its natural, pristine condition.

Sediment removal that works.

Muck creates a deteriorating cycle in a pond. Sediment collects at the bottom of a pond leads to degradation  of the pond’s ecosystem.

Harmful bacteria can grow out of control until they literally suffocate the pond, possibly eventually even leading to a fishkill.

The pond maintenance solution!

MuckSuckers pumps the sediment out of your pond, removing those toxic gases and harmful nutrients. Your pond is left to its natural beauty!

For a beautiful, natural, healthy pond.

  • No mechanical dredging.
  • No damaging pond liners.
  • No chemicals and no upsetting the ecosystem.

A healthy pond. At an affordable cost.

Commercial & Industrial

Maintenance and cleaning of retention and detention ponds, fire ponds, pump houses and other commercial and industrial reservoirs.

Residential

Environmentally friendly cleaning of residential ponds. For a beautiful, natural, healthy backyard pond.

Suck the Muck

Our extremely effective method of removing muck from your pond means you don’t have to drain it. We use pond water to our advantage, hydraulically removing muck from the bowl.

Reduce Costly Hauling

MuckSuckers can pump organic sediment to an inconspicuous location using our geotextile tubes. This greatly reduces costly hauling charges.

A Healthy Pond

Once your pond’s bowl areas are cleaned to their original bottom, the water quality and clarity is enhanced, giving your pond a fresh new start.

We remove sediment/muck from:

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Private Ponds

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Commercial Ponds

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Fire Ponds

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Public Ponds

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Lakes

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Harbors

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Marinas

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Channels

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Pump Houses

Before MuckSuckers…

Before Pond

After MuckSuckers…

After Pond

Call us today! 1-877-772-MUCK (6825)

Or click here to email us!

Blog Posts

The best (and environmentally friendly) way to dredge a pond

The conventional way of dredging a pond is a very messy task. This usually involves first draining the pond, then allowing time for the sediment to dry. All wildlife is either killed off or relocated during this aspect of the operation. Heavy equipment is then used to...

How to dredge – but not destroy – a pond

Dredging a pond is a damaging process. All water and all wildlife must be removed before the heavy equipment is brought in – and heavy equipment means felled trees and tattered shorelines. Essentially, dredging is like saying goodbye to (or at best relocating)...

Pond stratification, or how a sick pond can become healthy

Without proper aeration, pond water can become stratified, creating a “sick”, unhealthy pond. Think of a pond in layers. Warm water is less dense, therefore it will sit on top of colder, denser, deeper water. This stratification of water into layers is...

What are retention ponds and detention ponds?

Retention ponds are basins constructed for holding water. Typically this is water that is runoff from higher elevation. Often they are built near areas of development such as larger buildings or parking lots. You’ve probably seen retention ponds without knowing...

Why our pond cleaning process is environmentally friendly

There’s a lot that goes into cleaning a pond. Traditionally, and still today, most companies use dredging to clean ponds. Dredging is the act of removing sediment and muck (decaying leaves, algae and biomass) from the bottom of a body of water. The muck is...

Geotextile containers: how we use them to help clean your pond

Geotextile containers are what we use when vacuuming the sediment from your pond. The muck from the bottom of the pond is sucked up and discharged into them. They’re also sometimes called de-watering bags, geotextile tubes or silt containers. The geotextile...