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Ferrate Solutions Selected by SFWMD for Blue Green Algae Remediation at Lake O – Read More on TCPalm.
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Floridians should make no mistake, we remain in a very precarious state of paralysis…
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A team of Ferrate Solutions engineers spent the first week of January running treatability tests of Ferrate on leachate from one of Florida’s largest landfills, and the result was near-total removal of ammonia from the wastewater samples.
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Ferrate Solutions was actually launched with a more dire mission and market target – cleaning up contaminated drinking water in developing countries where the only alternative for safe water, is to buy it bottled.
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Perfluorinated compounds (PFAS) are chemicals consisting of a carbon structure attached to fluorine molecules.
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As our Basin Management Plans (BMAP) are being reviewed, and the Blue-Green Algae Task Force continues to meet, serious discussions are taking place about ways to actually limit nutrient input to our surface waters.
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The FDEP has just begun its review of the Basin Management Action Plans (BMAP) for the State of Florida, which were issued five years ago.
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These days, it seems like everyone is weighing in about Florida’s blue green algae crisis. The crescendo is hitting notes on everything from blame and finger-pointing, to doomsday predictions and “kick the can down the road” advocacies for more research and study. – Read More on Naples Daily News
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Since we have to do SOMETHING with our wastewater sludge, people should know the difference between it and “biosolids”, and why we need to remove ammonia nitrogen before spreading them on our fields.