Public expectation of their drinking water reservoirs are that they are free from:
…causes discoloration, foul odors, unpleasant tastes and clogged filters. The quality of drinking water reservoirs is often negatively affected by fluctuating water levels, fluctuating water temperatures, stagnation, as well as nutrient influxes from non-point source pollution (i.e. fertilizer or agricultural runoff).
Aquatic algaecides are a fast-acting, cost-effective way to manage cyanobacteria and algae in drinking water.
Westrick, J. A. and Szlag, D. (2018), A Cyanotoxin Primer for Drinking Water Professionals. J Am Water Works Assoc, 110: E1-E16. doi:10.1002/awwa.1088
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