White paper

Harmful Algal Bloom Control Using Ultrasound

Sustainable algae treatment

American Water NIPSCO Three Rivers Vallecitos Water District
Toxic algae sign

In this white paper

Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) are a growing environmental problem, affecting all parts of the world. They have become more severe, widespread, and dangerous than ever.

Presently, most solutions focus on addressing this problem in the short-term. This white paper outlines a long-term solution for controlling and preventing HABs.

  • How algae harms freshwater ecosystems
  • Treatment options for algal blooms
  • How ultrasonic algae control works
  • Effects on fish and Zooplankton
  • The importance of data in algae treatment
  • Applications and case studies

Lisa Maria Brand

CTO

Microbiologist with 14 years of experience in the field of water quality. She obtained a degree in Microbiology from Leiden University, The Netherlands, and a diploma in Radiation Hygiene from Delft University of Technology.
Lisa Brand

Rahul Shenoy

R&D Scientist

Environmental Scientist who specializes on sustainable development and innovation. He obtained his Master’s degree in Environmental Technology from Wageningen University, The Netherlands, with a focus on industrial water treatment technologies
Rahul Shenoy

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