SolarBee handler Dave Winegar lowers the solar-powered reservoir circulator onto Lake Cochituate in Natick, Mass. Tests of the circulators in various places have achieved mixed results in controlling algae blooms.
SolarBee handler Dave Winegar lowers the solar-powered reservoir circulator onto Lake Cochituate in Natick, Mass. Tests of the circulators in various places have achieved mixed results in controlling algae blooms. METROWEST DAILY NEWS
SolarBee handler Dave Winegar lowers the solar-powered reservoir circulator onto Lake Cochituate in Natick, Mass. Tests of the circulators in various places have achieved mixed results in controlling algae blooms. METROWEST DAILY NEWS
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