Oct 22, 2014

Why Circulate? How to Restore Water Quality to Lakes and Reservoirs

Harmful blue-green algae blooms have become all too common in freshwater lakes, including reservoirs that are sources of municipal drinking water. A new white paper from Medora Corporation explores how horizontal long-distance circulation can be an effective and chemical-free solution to the problem. Horizontal lake circulation is like throwing a life jacket to good green algae and diatoms. It keeps them suspended in the water column, prevents blue-green algae from forming a harmful algae bloom and restores nutrient-rich waters for a healthy aquatic ecosystem.

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