MuckRid Group


Odor Treatments

Ever walk by your pond and think, “Dang, that smells like rotten eggs!”. What you are smelling is hydrogen sulfide gas.

Hydrogen sulfide is a chemical compound that is a colorless chalcogen-hydride gas, and is poisonous, corrosive, and flammable, with trace amounts in the ambient atmosphere having a characteristic foul odor of rotten eggs.

Hydrogen sulfide in ponds is caused by rotting organic materials like leaves, uneaten fish food, leaves, twigs and airborne pollutants that have found their way to the bottom of the pond where they become part of a muck/sludge layer.

Scary? Yes it is. But don’t worry, SuperNatural has you covered with a wide variety of products to remove odor in your pond year-round.