How Ultrasonic Technology Controls Algae Blooms

Ultrasonic technology provides an economic, environmentally friendly alternative to chemicals for controlling algae growth in Short Hills, New Jersey
How Ultrasonic Technology Controls Algae Blooms
One of four solar-powered ultrasonic algae control buoys is placed in Canoe Brook Reservoir No. 1.

Algae blooms are a regular occurrence at the Canoe Brook Water Treatment Plant in Short Hills, New Jersey. Over the past five years, the plant team has tried various methods to control the growth, which typically persists for weeks or months during late spring and...

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