River Management | River Dredging| River Erosion | Weeds in Rivers


River services including bank erosion & dredging - Ponds UK, Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, UKA river or stream is a natural watercourse that eventually flows to an ocean, lake, sea or meets with another river. Under the category of rivers, we can also include streams, drains and dykes.

Rivers are part of the hydrological cycle. Water within a river or stream is generally comes from a number sources such as rainfall or through a drainage basin from surface “runoff” or groundwater recharge, springs and the release of stored water in natural ice and snow.

Rivers, streams and dykes run through the majority of the UK and Europe. They run through towns, cities and villages, pass by and support many large factories, and also run through country estates and pass by private residences. They are used by anglers, holiday makers and residents and in some locations they are still being used for business transportation.

Most of all, they play a very special role in our environment and they must be monitored and cared for. They need time and effort to ensure they are kept in a tidy, managed and clean state. After all, failure to look after our rivers will result in damage to fish stocks, wildlife, birds, cattle, horses and other forms of life that drink from and swim in them. Other issues include the erosion and collapse of banks, and also flooding, which can lead to the possible destruction of property in towns and villages.

Ponds UK – Aquatic Management Limited can help to ensure that your streams and rivers runs clear and free. Our team of professional engineers are on call 24/7 to support our customers with any emergency.

We supply all the necessary equipment and our services to domestic and commercial clients throughout the United Kingdom. For more information and advice about any the our river services such as dredging, plant and weed clearance, erosion control, bank stabilisation, fishery management or any other aspect of river management please email info@pondsuk.co.uk or call 0800 4725524 OR 01206 620211.