A sonic alternative to controlling harmful algal blooms


By George Hutchinson

Ultrasonic mitigation is increasingly being turned to as an effective and low-cost solution for wastewater repositories, cities and utilities. This solution is safe and, in many cases, returns water ecosystems to their natural state. The wide frequency range of ultrasound has proven very effective in treating most algae, while causing no harm to zooplankton or fish.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s February 2023 issue:

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