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  • SolarBees removed from Jordan Lake

    VIDEO: Employees from SolarBee systems have been removing 24 of their solar-powered reservoir circulators from the northern part of Jordan Lake in Chatham County, NC this week after the NC Department of Environmental Quality announced earlier this year that the July 2014 project to reduce algae blooms in Jordan Lake and parts of the Haw River had been largely ineffective.

VIDEO: Employees from SolarBee systems have been removing 24 of their solar-powered reservoir circulators from the northern part of Jordan Lake in Chatham County, NC this week after the NC Department of Environmental Quality announced earlier this year that the July 2014 project to reduce algae blooms in Jordan Lake and parts of the Haw River had been largely ineffective. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: Employees from SolarBee systems have been removing 24 of their solar-powered reservoir circulators from the northern part of Jordan Lake in Chatham County, NC this week after the NC Department of Environmental Quality announced earlier this year that the July 2014 project to reduce algae blooms in Jordan Lake and parts of the Haw River had been largely ineffective. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

With SolarBees gone, cleaning efforts at Jordan Lake uncertain

August 12, 2016 5:03 PM