[Chile, China] The technique, known as flocculation, was able to convert green microalgae-laden water into clear crystal water in Continue reading Salmon sector to use Chinese technology against harmful algae
[USA] The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded research by the Flinders School of the Environment a top 10 spot in its ranking of 75 entries in the Nutrient Recycling Challenge. Continue reading Wastewater research grabs EPA attention in the US
[USA] As summer grows warmer, so does concern about harmful algal blooms, commonly known as HABs, and found the last couple of years on Harsha Lake in East Fork State Park.
Last August, a spike in HABs around its water intake crib in western Lake Erie Continue reading Clermont water plant uses multiple methods against algal blooms
[EU] The worldwide production of microalgae is currently around 7,000 tons/year of dry algal biomass, used for a wide variety of applications including livestock feed, aquaculture, functional foods, cosmetics or pharmaceuticals. In addition, microalgae contain around 30% Continue reading Reduction of microalgae harvesting costs via the development of an ultrasound flow cell to provide pre-concentration
Dumping clay into the water when there is a plankton bloom, like last month, when 600 tonnes of fish died, could be a lifeline for fish farmers in Singapore.
Clay flocculation, also known as clay Continue reading Clay particles could help fish farmers tackle deadly plankton blooms
BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s “Professor POU/POE – October 2014” Technical Editor Dr. Joseph Cotruvo discusses algal toxins in drinking water as a result of algal blooms and various water treatment options available. Continue reading Water treatment approaches for algal toxins in drinking water