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Chemical-Free Ultrasonic Algae Control for Wastewater Lagoons and More | CRWA SERIES | EP 4 |

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In this episode of “Engineers for Communities,” we explore how LG Sonic US‘s innovative Monitor, Predict, Control (MPC) Buoy is revolutionizing algae control in water and wastewater systems with insights from Greg Eiffert:

★ Advanced Algae Control Technology: Greg explains how LG Sonic’s ultrasound system effectively controls algae in reservoirs and lakes without chemicals.

★ Chemical-Free Solution, Improving Eco-System Health: Discover the benefits of using ultrasound over traditional chemical treatments, which can create secondary issues and release toxins. Understand how LG Sonic’s solution supports overall ecosystem recovery by minimizing the impact on non-target organisms.

★ Interactive Algae Control: Learn about LG Sonic’s adaptive approach, which uses real-time water quality data from a monitoring buoy to optimize algae treatment.

★ Solar-Powered and Autonomous: The MPC Buoy is solar-powered with battery backup, reducing the need for external power sources and manual intervention.

★ Global Applications and Success Stories: Hear about successful implementations from around the world, including the impressive results at the City of Archie Water.

★ Cost-Effective and Sustainable: Explore the significant return on investment, with case studies showing under one year payback period due to chemical savings and reduced plant maintenance.

Join us for an in-depth discussion with Greg Eiffert as we delve into how LG Sonic’s advanced technologies are transforming water quality management in rural and urban communities. This episode is essential for engineers, city officials, government agencies, and real estate developers focused on sustainable water treatment solutions.