[New Zealand] The City of Greater Bendigo have begun trialling an ultrasound wave control system to combat blue-green algae at Continue reading Ultrasound wave trial in blue-green algae battle
[Netherlands] – A solar powered project in the Netherlands is using a combination of water quality monitoring and ultrasound Continue reading Solar powered algae control using sound waves
[EU] Microalgae are produced around the world for use as livestock feed or in functional foods, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Furthermore, Continue reading Use of ultrasound for cheaper algae harvesting
[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
Algal blooms located in water surfaces is a common problem which is encountered by many professionals in the water industry.
High algae levels often result in a deterioration of the water quality and bad odor. Continue reading Lake in Poznan Shows Improved Water Quality as Result of European Cooperation