Welcome to Koenders Water Solutions' official website. We are committed to ‘Living Better and Saving the Planet’s Water, Nature’s Way’. From the rural community to the big city, we are one of the leading manufacturers of natural, environmentally safe pond care solutions and cleaning products in North America. Since 1988, Koenders Water Solutions has served over 100,000 customers worldwide.
Our Nature's Pond Conditioner is an all natural way to treat your pond or dugout and is completely safe for people, fish, pets, and the planet.
Nature's Pond 4-In-One is designed to metabolize fats, oils, and greases in drains and plumbing as well as consume nutrients and organic solids and sludge from your septic system.
“Water is the driving force of all nature.”
- Leonardo Da Vinci
Your journey to preserve and protect our freshwater resources starts here!
A pond is like your garden; proper maintenance is necessary to keep both healthy. The most effective and environmentally friendly way to take care of your pond is an all-natural solution, which keeps your pond clean without using harmful chemicals.
Our 3 Step Pond Care Program takes the hassle and guesswork out of maintaining your pond or lake. Here are the benefits of our easy-to-implement program:
From windmill and electric aeration, solar aeration and water pumps, to our Nature's Pond Care and Nature’s Home Care products, Koenders Water Solutions has been making environmentally friendly products for over 30 years. You can trust that our products are quality tested, reliable, safe, and eco-friendly.
Koenders Water Solutions has worked with many different properties over the years. From Farmers and Municipalities, to Golf Courses and Pond Owners. Whether you have a dugout for livestock, or a pleasure pond for your family, we have a variety of environmentally friendly solutions for your property.
This blog discusses the history of koi, tips and care suggestions, and how to keep a koi pond clean and clear.
Your cottage is part of the surrounding ecosystem. Nutrient pollution from an improperly maintained septic system can fuel aquatic plant and algae growth in a lake.