Restoring the natural state of water reservoirs
The degradation and transformation of aquatic environments has far-reaching negative effects beyond those on the natural environment. Impaired aquatic ecosystems are unable to function properly. In extreme cases when they fail, it can often lead to to the complete disappearance of natural water reservoirs, and with them – unique fauna and flora. On the other hand, the loss of the natural functions of water ecosystems is not neutral to the economy. The economic losses incurred as a result of the need for complex treatment of polluted waters or for repairing the effects of floods are enormous. In such situations, it is necessary to renaturalize water reservoirs – to carry out activities aimed at restoring degraded water ecosystems to their original functions. Both, for the sake of the environment, and for economic development.