Wastewater treatment lagoons are the oldest and most commonly used method for treating wastewater and there has been minimal advancements to improve their operation.

Excessive buildup of sludge in the lagoons can intensify odors and increase effluent concentrations of BOD, TSS, nutrients like ammonia and pathogens.ᅠ Removing organic solids from a lagoon system is typically accomplished by mechanical dredging, a costly process that  negatively impacts our environment.


Blue Frog System is a sustainable solution that mimics an anaerobic digester within the confines of the lagoon and reduces cost.


We guarantee our results!









Sustainable Technology

Utilizes natural biological processes

Customized modular designs

Digests organic sludge

Eliminates mechanical dredging

Increases retention time

Reduces BOD & TSS levels

Minimizes odors excursion

Installation, Jan 2012

One Year Later

Engineered treatment marsh

CSTR in operation at Celeste, TX


Absolute Aeration, LLC.

P.O Box 337266 Greeley, CO 80633

+1 (888) 237-7912


A small municipality (estimated population 3,200) located in Bishop, Texas, experienced high levels of solids accumulation and ongoing challenges in meeting its discharge requirements...

By Chip Bettle


Biological Sludge Control

2007 Member of Distinction Award

by Dairy Farmers of America, Inc

The Three Star owners decided there had to be a better way. After years of trial and error, Rick and Wendy have come up with a way to mimic a treatment plant within existing lagoons...