Reduce Phosphorus from Stormwater Using Existing Infrastructure

When:  Feb 13, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (MT)

Presented by: Brad Griko

The pollution of waterways by the nutrient phosphorus is quickly becoming an increasing area of environmental concern. Nutrient-rich stormwater flows have a detrimental effect when concentrated in lakes and rivers. This can lead to reduced recreational use, fish kills, or the potential for blue-green algae blooms to occur. Clearflow's field-proven and environmentally sound Gel Flocculants use a physiochemical process that has been engineered for use in existing stormwater collection infrastructure to reduce nutrient loading stress. Start making a difference in water quality immediately with this ready-to-use, simple, and effective technology.


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