We look forward to meeting you at the Water Quality Technology Conference & Exposition in Toronto, November 11-15. The conference is attended by water professionals from across Northern America who come to discover new technology innovations and exchange knowledge on water treatment. You are welcome to visit us at booth 513.
WQTC is hosted by the American Water Works Association (AWWA). AWWA is a scientific non-profit association whose mission is to improve water quality. The association has over 50.000 members worldwide. This year’s WQTC takes place in Toronto, Canada. The venue for the conference is the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. Visit our booth to learn more about our chemical-free algal bloom solution for large water surfaces.
You are welcome to visit us at booth 513
Lisa Brand, CTO at LG Sonic, has been invited to host a podium presentation on Wednesday, November 14 from 11:30-12:00 PM. The presentation is part of WED10 – What Sensors can do for Algae and Cyanotoxin Detection. In her presentation, Lisa Brand will break down in greater detail how LG Sonic technology forecasts and controls (harmful) algal blooms in large water reservoirs such as lakes and reservoirs.
Data: November 14, 11:30-12:00 PM
Title: Forecasting (harmful) Algal Blooms by Combining Realtime Water Quality Monitoring, Remote Sensing and Weather Conditions
As part of Data Driven Decisions: Methods, Sensors & Monitoring Track, WED10 – What Sensors can do for Algae and Cyanotoxin Detection.
Our technology is used in the drinking water reservoirs of a wide range of countries. One of our installations is located in Emmitsburg, Maryland, US. MPC-Buoy has provided excellent control of blue-green algae in the Rainbow Lake drinking water reservoir. By controlling blue-green algae, LG Sonic technology saved the Town of Emmitsburg money and water. Chemical usage reportedly dropped 27% after the installation of MPC-Buoy. In Water Quality Products Magazine, Lisa Brand wrote an in-depth analysis of this algae management project.