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Oregon, Algae Blooms Set Stage for $78 Million Water Monitoring Market

09 July 2018
Research Note

Blue-green algae blooms, which present significant health risks to the general population, are an increasingly pertinent issue threatening water supplies. On 29 June 2018, the Oregon Health Authority announced that it is mandating approximately 200 drinking water providers, which source from lakes and rivers, state-wide to test for cyanobacteria.

In this Research Note, Bluefield water experts analyze the impact of algae blooms on water utility strategies, recent regulations, and the market for water monitoring.

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