The U.S. Army Engineers have pulled out of the testing efforts for blue-green algae and will not send alerts pertaining to potentially toxic blooms.
The corps managed the blooms that occur during the summer in Oregon lakes, warning people regarding the Continue reading US Army Engineers Pull Out Of Blue-Green Algae Testing Effort
Harmful algal blooms can be a big problem for water utilities.
According to a Water World article, the city of Toledo, Ohio, lost access to drinking water for three days due to a sudden deluge of microcystin — a Continue reading How Water Treatment Plants Can Manage Harmful Algal Blooms
MADISON, Wis. — A system that clears up surface-level algae by slurping it away and depositing it into a dumpster will make its debut this summer in Madison lakes.
Engineering students at Madison Area Technical College designed and Continue reading Madison Area Technical College students create algae-removal system for local lakes
There are great hopes for the potential of coastal plants and seaweeds to store carbon and help counter the effects of climate change and a new study is backing that potential.
Scientists from Univ. of Technology, Continue reading Study backs seaweed’s carbon capture potential
San Diego biofuel ventures, from Barrio Logan to La Jolla, are likely to benefit from new proposed quotas for mixing renewable fuels into the traditional U.S. fuel supply for vehicles. Continue reading From Barrio Logan to La Jolla, new biofuel quotas welcomed