Water Reuse:
Controlling Algae in Ukiah's Reservoir

4th of June | 10am PST / 1pm EST/ 7pm CEST

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Upcoming webinar

Join the webinar on revolutionizing water treatment in recycled water reservoirs. With climate change intensifying droughts, reliance on reused water is crucial. The City of Ukiah has adopted LG Sonic’s ultrasound technology to secure a sustainable water future.

Learn how LG Sonic’s solutions control algae and improve water quality without chemicals. Our technology has proven successful in Ukiah’s system, covering nearly 8 miles of pipelines and three reservoirs with a capacity of 66 million gallons.

Our expert speakers will share success stories, insights into water reuse, and answer your questions to drive progress in this vital field.

Learning Points  

  • Drought-related issues and the challenges of water recycling
  • Benefits of ultrasound algae control technology in recycled water reservoirs
  • Environmental and economic advantages of reducing chemical usage in water treatment
  • Real-world applications and success stories (Ukiah and Vallecitos)

Who Should Attend?  

Professionals and stakeholders involved in water management, environmental sustainability, wastewater treatment, and municipal planning. This includes but is not limited to water utility managers, engineers, environmental consultants, policymakers, researchers, and educators. Anyone with an interest in learning about cutting-edge solutions for water reuse and sustainable water treatment practices will find value in attending the webinar.

Register for our free webinar today and watch live or on-demand.


Greg Eiffert

Water industry expert

Greg works with clients across the United States to solve water quality problems in the drinking water, irrigation, mining, and power generation industries.

Sean White

The Ukiah city’s Director of Water and Sewer Resources

Sean White has been working on regional water issues since 1994 after being elected to the Marin Municipal Water District Board of Directors. Since that time Mr. White has worked for the Sonoma County Water Agency, Russian River Flood Control, and the City of Ukiah.
Sean White, the Ukiah’s Director of Water and Sewer Resources