Harmful algal blooms in freshwater systems are becoming increasingly common and present critical threats to drinking water systems and the Water Professionals who manage them. Join to hear how leading drinking water systems are monitoring algal toxins, meeting water safety and quality requirements with confidence, and allowing their staff to focus on their core work instead of worrying about algae threats.
We will look at why monitoring cyanotoxins from harmful algal blooms matter to public drinking water systems. By exploring the issue in detail, attendees will more clearly understand the problem they are facing, alternative solutions to the issue, and how to utilize new technologies to mitigate negative outcomes.
This webinar will address the following key challenges:
- Increasing prevalence of cyanotoxins within freshwater systems nationwide
- Need to quickly and reliably determine whether algal blooms are toxic
- Lack of knowledge around mitigation strategies and treatment options
- Learn new ways to improve surface water monitoring, plant operations, and water quality.
- Identify opportunities for improvement based on the experience of colleagues and industry
- experts using new testing capabilities now available.
- Understand how to utilize new technologies to meet water safety and quality requirements.