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Fighting the Bad Algae

September 20, 2018


Bill Smith reports in the Fort Myers News-Press that a company that manages private lakes throughout Florida is the next contractor that will try to show how it can get rid of blue-green algae that has made thousands of Lee County residents miserable. SOLitude Lake Management will perform demonstration projects using a nano-bubble system at locations badly affected by the algae in North Fort Myers. If it works, the experiment could broaden.

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