American Water, America’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, and LG Sonic, a Dutch manufacturer of algae control systems, received a Business Achievement Award from the Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) yesterday for the installation of four solar-powered algae control buoys (MPC-Buoys) in a drinking Continue reading American Water and LG Sonic Receive Award for Chemical-Free Algae Control
To the untrained eye it may look like unappealing pond scum, but experts from Cambridge University believe algae might hold the key to the global energy crisis.
That’s the thinking behind the Continue reading New Cambridge University project hopes to turn pond slime to biofuel
[China] A school of 200,000 silver carp has been released to help clean up algae in Taihu Lake, the country’s third largest freshwater Continue reading 200,000 algae-eating fish released to clean China Lake
A species of algae previously reported to inhabit the seas around the British Isles and the East China Sea has now been found thriving in the Indian Ocean. The algae belong to a type known as endophytic — meaning they are microscopic in size and found living inside macroscopic seaweeds. Continue reading Endophytic algae found in Indian Ocean