One of the 36 SolarBee units that were deployed on Jordan Lake. The stirring machines were found to be ineffective in clearing the lake of algae blooms. Meanwhile, the full adoption of rules that would reduce the flow of nutrients into the lake has been postponed.
One of the 36 SolarBee units that were deployed on Jordan Lake. The stirring machines were found to be ineffective in clearing the lake of algae blooms. Meanwhile, the full adoption of rules that would reduce the flow of nutrients into the lake has been postponed. Chuck Liddy 2014 NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
One of the 36 SolarBee units that were deployed on Jordan Lake. The stirring machines were found to be ineffective in clearing the lake of algae blooms. Meanwhile, the full adoption of rules that would reduce the flow of nutrients into the lake has been postponed. Chuck Liddy 2014 NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

NC’s anti-regulation approach endangers water quality

August 13, 2016 3:22 PM