EN

How a watertech company cleaned up one of SA’s most polluted dam – Jurgens van Loggenberg – BizNews.com

Source: BizNews.com An Israeli watertech company, Blue Green Technologies, cleaned up the Setumo Dam in the North West Province on the Molopo River of the contaminated toxic algae blooms making its water unsafe to drink. It was basically a dead aquatic zone. The South African Director of Blue Green Technologies, Jurgens van Loggerenberg, told BizNews …

How a watertech company cleaned up one of SA’s most polluted dam – Jurgens van Loggenberg – BizNews.com Read More »

Israeli company brings SA dam back to life – The South African Jewish Report

Source: The South African Jewish Report FEATURED ITEM Just before Pesach this year, the SA Jewish Report detailed how leading global “watertech” company, BlueGreen Water Technologies, was assisting local government authorities to transform toxic water into healthy drinking water at Setumo Dam on the Molopo River in North West province. Six months later, the company has announced …

Israeli company brings SA dam back to life – The South African Jewish Report Read More »

ICYMI: Mahikeng celebrates safe drinking water – Food For Mzansi

Source: Food For Mzansi A leading international water technology firm announced this week that its water clean-up intervention at the Setumo Dam in North West was completed successfully. For the first time in decades, residents of Mahikeng are now drinking safe water from their major water supply source, which had been severely contaminated by poisonous …

ICYMI: Mahikeng celebrates safe drinking water – Food For Mzansi Read More »

Chippewa Lake meeting planned with Medina County Park District – Akron Beacon Journal

Source: Akron Beacon Journal What does future hold for Chippewa Lake? Public invited to discuss competing park plans Medina County Park District and consulting firm OHM Advisors is hosting a day of public meetings about the draft of the Chippewa Lake Master Plan. The meetings, at Buffalo Creek Retreat, 8708 Hubbard Valley Road, Seville, are meant for members of the public …

Chippewa Lake meeting planned with Medina County Park District – Akron Beacon Journal Read More »

Medina County’s Chippewa Lake celebrates two years algae free – cleveland.com

Source: cleveland.com Chippewa Lake is algae free after being treated two years ago. The lake remains clear and healthy today. (Alyssa Alfano, special to cleveland.com) CHIPPEWA LAKE VILLAGE, Ohio — Chippewa Lake is celebrating its second year free of toxic algae and in a healthy state, thanks to a new treatment applied to the water …

Medina County’s Chippewa Lake celebrates two years algae free – cleveland.com Read More »

Chippewa Lake Ohio Marks Two Years Free from Toxic Algae Blooms as a Result of Groundbreaking Treatment – Morningstar

Source: Morningstar PR Newswire CHIPPEWA LAKE, Ohio, Aug. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — BlueGreen Water Technologies, Ltd. (“BlueGreen”), a global watertech company, announced that following its groundbreaking treatment, Chippewa Lake, Ohio’s largest inland natural lake, is now celebrating two years free from toxic algae blooms. The treatment broke five years of high toxicity levels in the lake, and marked …

Chippewa Lake Ohio Marks Two Years Free from Toxic Algae Blooms as a Result of Groundbreaking Treatment – Morningstar Read More »

Work continues to protect Chippewa Lake from harmful algal blooms – Akron Beacon Journal

Source: Akron Beacon Journal Chippewa Lake snapped a toxic spell, but how long can it keep algae blooms away? Why hasn’t Chippewa Lake had any major harmful algae blooms in the last few years? Although the lake has still had to close after heavy rainfall — which has been plentiful this year — due to E. coli …

Work continues to protect Chippewa Lake from harmful algal blooms – Akron Beacon Journal Read More »

Israeli Scientists Working to Cure Lakes Struck ‘Blue-Green’ by Toxic Algae – The Algemeiner

Source: The Algemeiner A before and after montage of a Blue Green use case. Photo: BlueGreen Water Technologies In millions of lakes around the world, the warmer months spell more than summer fun. Rising temperatures and more sunlight, coupled with a buildup of nutrients from fertilizers and pollution, create the perfect incubator for slimy, smelly, …

Israeli Scientists Working to Cure Lakes Struck ‘Blue-Green’ by Toxic Algae – The Algemeiner Read More »

Israeli startup BlueGreen Water Technologies wins Global Water Awards -Arutz Sheva 7

Source: Arutz Sheva 7 BlueGreen Water Technologies, Ltd. (“BlueGreen”), a global watertech company that provides innovative solutions to toxic algae blooms, has been named the Global Water Awards “2021 Breakthrough Technology Company of the Year” by Global Water Intelligence (GWI). BlueGreen was selected as the early-stage technology company which has made the most impressive commercial …

Israeli startup BlueGreen Water Technologies wins Global Water Awards -Arutz Sheva 7 Read More »