Less than 3% of the world's water is fresh. Water is fundamental to all life on Earth, and we need a consistent supply of potable water to maintain our way of life. Despite the scarcity of freshwater, we continue to engage in activities that put our planet's freshwater resources at risk with toxic chemicals, phosphates, and plastic waste. That’s why we are passionate about providing affordable, environmentally friendly, sustainable, and high quality products to clean and maintain water.
“Saving the Planet’s Water Nature’s Way” is more than our corporate tagline … It’s our PASSION.
Koenders Water Solutions is committed to providing natural solutions to clean water and businesses. We look to nature for what is natural. Our pond care and home care products are made from a blend of beneficial bacteria, enzymes, and plant extracts.
Chemical based cleaners do more harm than good to the water we drink and the places we live and work. We are committed to providing natural, biodegradable, 100% natural solutions that are safe for you, your family, and the environment.
Through decades of experience and innovation, we have grown into a company that has earned the trust of over 100,000 customers worldwide. The feedback we have received over the years is that our solutions are cost effective and have a positive impact on the environment.
Koenders' proven all natural cleaning solutions reflect our passion to preserve and protect our freshwater resources. We worked with a team of biologists and pond water application engineers to design our All In One Nature’s Pond Conditioner.
Our commitment to the environment is reflected in the reliability of our products to safely and effectively clean your pond or business. Many of our windmill aeration systems have been in use for decades, a testament to our reliability.
This blog discusses common pond problems and solutions for Homeowner Associations.
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.