Nano technology could inject life into ACT's lakes

Description

An ambitious proposal to diminish the ACT's blue-green algae plague would see five or six shipping containers set up on Lake Burley Griffin's shore at a cost of about $600,000 each.

Last summer saw the territory's lakes transformed into swirling cesspits of the matted, potentially harmful "cyanobacteria" by what experts have described as some of the worst blooms on record.

Subject

Environmental Management

Period27 Apr 2019

Media coverage

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Media coverage

  • TitleNano technology could inject life into ACT's lakes
    Media name/outletCanberra Times
    CountryAustralia
    Date27/04/19
    PersonsFiona Dyer