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  • Sunlight-Blocking Covers Control Algae, Reduce Operational Costs at California Utility

    The Utility: The Santa Clara Valley Water District (the District) manages an integrated water resources system that includes the supply of clean, safe water, flood protection, and stewardship of streams on behalf of Santa Clara County's 1.8 million residents. The district effectively manages 10 dams and surface water reservoirs, three water treatment plants, an advanced recycled water ...

  • Algae control in fire reservoir - Case Study

    In July 2011, a fire reservoir in Uhy, Czech Republic, was treated with two LG Sonic e-line devices. The water surface was covered by mats of filamentous algae. The Challenge: Control Filamentous Algae Located in Uhy, near Prague (Czech Republic), the 3000 m³ water reservoir for fire extinguishing and bathing purposes was completely covered with filamentous algae. For ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Algae control in recreational pond - Case Study

    Located in Craigmyle, Torphins (Scotland), the 3845 square meter pond was covered with dark green pond weed.  An e-line system was installed to control the algae. The Challenge: Green Algae Mats Covering the Pond’s Shores Located in Craigmyle, Torphins, Scotland, the 3,845 m2 pond was covered with dark green pond weed. For years, the image of the pond was ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Algae control in residential pond - Case Study

    Eagles Landing is situated on the banks of Hartbeespoort Dam. It has an inland pond surrounded by houses that residents decided to treat their algae problems with LG Sonic e-line technology. The Challenge: Green Algae Mats Covering the Pond’s Shores The residential pond was plagued with heavy thick green algae, had high maintenance requirements, and was an eyesore for ...


    By LG Sonic

  • GTI Covers Tackle Troublesome Algae at Clarksville Water Treatment Plant

    The Utility: The Clarksville Water System consists of a water treatment plant and a distribution system that serves approximately 160,000 people, making it one of the largest in Tennessee. The Clarksville Water Treatment Plant is situated on an 11 acre (4.5 hectare) site beside the Cumberland River, the city’s source of water, and has an estimated capacity of 28 MGD with peak rates ...

  • Algae control in a golf course pond - Case Study

    In July 2011, the golf course pond at the Lethbridge country club was treated with the LG Sonic e-line. The water surface was covered by mats of filamentous algae. The rocks within the pond where covered by Dydimo sp.   The Challenge: Control Filamentous Algae and Diatoms In July 2011, the golf course pond at the Lethbridge country club was treated with LG Sonic. The ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Algae control in raw water reservoir Ecuador - Case Study

    Before the installation of the LG Sonic e-line equipment algae grew on the surface and settle down on the liner before entering the drinking water treatment plant. To cover the 24.000 m2 of water surface, it was decided to install 3 devices.   The Challenge: Green Algae Covering the Sides of the Lagoon Located in Santa Elena’s peninsula, the 42.000 m3 raw water ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Algae control in New Jersey raw water reservoir - Case Study

    Application: Raw water reservoir, Ecuador, July 2013 Description: Installation of three LG Sonic® e-line units to cover a water surface of a 24,000-m2 raw water reservoir, which is further treated in the local drinking water plant Project objective: The raw water reservoir experienced problems with algae growth. Additionally, they ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Algae control in fire reservoir Häagen Dasz production facility - Case Study

    A 77 meter rainwater reservoir for fire extinguishing purposes was completely covered with filamentous green algae. The green filamentous algae clogs regularly filters located before the jockey pumps.  The Challenge: Control Green Algae and Lower the Use of Oxygen Peroxide Located in Tilloy-lès Mofflaines, France, the 77 meter long rainwater reservoir for fire ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Cyanobacteria successfully monitored and controlled by using ultrasound

    Cyanobacteria- also known as blue-green algae- cause problems when blooming in lakes, ponds and reservoirs. Mainly due to the production of toxins, cyanobacteria cause fish kill and the death of other aquatic animals. They also affect human beings, causing paralysis and skin irritation, and they are even thought to be related to the occurrence of liver cancer. In drinking water reservoirs, the ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Phosphorus control protects surface waters

    Phosphorus is the decisive factor for excessive algae and plant growth in water bodies, that’s why quality standards require reductions in the amount of phosphorus released from wastewater treatment plants into rivers and lakes. In recent years, the outlet limit values have not only been reduced on national levels. Depending on the vulnerability of ecosystems, especially low target values ...


    By Endress Hauser AG

  • The impact of Toxic Substances Control Act nomenclature on the commercialization of biobased chemicals

    Regulatory Review is a regular column featuring updates on regulatory matters concerning oils- and fats-related industries. Moving from bench to market Many small companies or those new to chemical manufacturing are not aware of their obligations under TSCA. Most biobased chemical companies have likely operated under the research and development (R&D) ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Remote controlled `Pit Hog™` dredge removing sludge from aeration lagoons at Los Alisos, California, Waste Water Treatment Plant

    The Los Alisos Water District Water Reclamation Plant is removing raw sewage solids, decayed algae and microorganisms, and algae-laden sludge from its aeration lagoons using a Liquid Waste Technology (LWT) remote controlled lagoon dredging system. The tertiary wastewater treatment plant treats four million gallons per day. Officials of the Lake Forest, California facility initiated the buildup ...

  • Cooling tower case study

    Cooling towers have always been difficult to control. Algae grow in the cooling tower itself and on the grids used. In addition to micro-organisms and biofilm, they reduce the efficiency of the cooling tower. Furthermore the risk of spreading Legionella is a serous factor to be reckoned with. Many of the traditional methods to fight algae are either insufficient, cumbersome, environmentally ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Algal bloom causes and prevention

    Algal blooms are also known as marine blooms or water blooms, and are actually a sudden increase in the population of algae in water scenery. Algal blooms usually take place in freshwater, such as lakes and water reservoirs as well as in marine milieus. They can be easily identified by coloration of the water ensuing from the high density of pigmented cells. Though many types of algae can form ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Algal blooms: What are they?

    Algal blooms are also known as marine blooms or water blooms, and are actually a sudden increase in the population of algae in water scenery. Algal blooms usually take place in freshwater, such as lakes and water reservoirs as well as in marine milieus. They can be easily identified by coloration of the water ensuing from the high density of pigmented cells. Though many types of algae can form ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Lowering the blooms

    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 summer. Contributing to the problem is a fairly shallow reservoir that allows sunlight to penetrate to the bottom of the lake, and ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Tropical stormwater nutrient degradation using nano-TiO2 in photocatalytic reactor detention pond

    The photo-degradation of nutrients in stormwater in photocatalytic reactor wet detention pond using nano titanium dioxide (TiO2) in concrete was investigated in a scale model as a new stormwater treatment method. Degradation of phosphate and nitrate in the presence of nano-TiO2 under natural ultra violet (UV) from tropical sunlight was monitored for 3 weeks compared with normal ponds. ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Key Operating Strategies for Chlorine Disinfection Operating Systems

    ABSTRACTChlorine has been used as a standard for disinfecting wastewater for many years. While being the standard There are many levels of automation for control of disinfection. To select the best control approach for your facility both control strategies and chlorination chemistry must be understood. Permit conditions must also be fully identified; organism concentrations and operational data. ...

  • Employee Safety

    Employee Safety The following is a summary of accidents that occurred and were documented by OSHA and city management. The average total cost for a common slip and fall accident is $41,000 and the average death reimbursement is $950,000 (NIOSH 2001 data): Multiple Deaths Caused by ...


    By GillTrading.com, Inc.

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