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Articles & Whitepapers

  • Wilmington OH – Eliminating Copper Sulphate - Case Study

    The dominant blue-green algae were Cylindrospermopsin and Microcystis, requiring frequent use of Copper Sulfate treatments to reduce the algae prior to the treatment plant.Ultrasound just as effective in controlling the algaeReservoir is clearer than it has been historicallyOverall lower cyanobacteria count


  • Turning Municipal Wastewater into Bioenergy

    Turning Municipal Wastewater into Bioenergy

    Cyanobacteria blooms have choked waterways throughout the world, from estuaries in Florida to the Mississippi River Basin to lakes in China.And, the toxins that cyanobacteria produce are harmful to humans, pets and wildlife alike. These ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Blue Green Algae Sensor with Wiper

    Blue Green Algae Sensor with Wiper

    Yosemite blue-green algae sensor measures cyanobacteria (phycocyanin) in fresh water. The species can present in fresh water and produce toxins and compounds which cause water blooms. Blue-green algae are of interest for water body ecosystem and monitoring. The sensor is great for in-situ monitoring applications for rivers, lakes, reservoirs. The integrated wiping system provides a great solution ...