Global Application

Chippewa Lake (OH), USA Rehabilitating an Aquatic Ecosystem in a Natural Lake

07:00 18 September in Global Application, Uncategorized by Maddie Banta

Location: Chippewa Lake, Medina County, Ohio Set up: A 330-acre recreational water body of historical and ecological significance. Chippewa Lake is Ohio’s largest inland natural lake situated in Medina County, Ohio. This natural lake is used for fishing, canoeing, boating, and water-skiing. It includes two beaches...

Long Lasting Impact of Lake Guard™ Blue Treatment

06:19 19 September in Global Application, Uncategorized by Maddie Banta

Place: Park Pobedi, Kazan, The Republic of Tatarstan, The Russian Federation. Date: The treatment and follow up were conducted between October 2 and October 10 2018. Setup: A local recreational lake with 40,000m2 surface area. Application: Treatment with Lake GuardTM Blue (copper-based algicide) was broadcasted manually at 11:00am...

Treating a Massive Bloom in an Irrigation Pond within 90 minutes!

20:56 09 October in Field Trail, Global Application by admin

Place: Wastewater Treatment Pond, Kibbutz Givat-Brener, Israel Date: July 23, 2017 Setup: A waste water pond with 60,000 m2 water-surface (Fig. 1) was heavily infested with a cyanobacterial bloom. The water was treated with 250 kg Lake Guard WhiteTM (85% w/w NaDCC based formulation). The reservoir’s average depth...

Follow up use of Lake Guard Blue™ at Lev-HaNegev Reservoir, “Mekorot”

13:52 29 June in Global Application, Uncategorized by admin

Follow up use of  Lake Guard Blue™ at Lev-HaNegev Reservoir, “Mekorot” Place: Lev Hanegev Reservoir, Israel Date: June, 2017   Rationale: A second, follow-up pilot was performed 3 weeks after the previous treatment, designed to demonstrate the superiority of the Lake Guard Blue™ in the field. The treatment was applied...

Commercial Application Demonstration of Lake Guard Blue™

13:41 29 June in Field Trail, Global Application by admin

Place: Lev Hanegev Reservoir, Israel Date: May 2017 Rationale: The “Lev Hanegev” reservoir is managed by Mekorot, Israel’s national water company, supplying reclaimed wastewater for irrigation purposes. The reservoir is prone to repeated algal blooms (diatoms or Chlorella-like sp) which clog irrigation pipes and mandate regular treatment. Mekorot is...