"The proliferation of algae stems from an abundance of nutrients, especially
phosphorus, which is a byproduct of waste water discharges into the lake,
agricultural operations and urban runoff."Yep, all so your lawn
can impress the neighbors. "It also occurs naturally."Not like this it doesnt.
Just an observation, but 10 to 15 years ago when Utah lake wasn't
surrounded by houses for decades their never was a CyanoBacteria problem move
forward a surround the lake with development after development and wallah ....
With all of the anti-environmental moves that that crook Scott Pruitt has been
making I wouldn't expect a fix during our lifetime.
I am still willing to fix the problem for $100 million. We can put 10 HUGE
filters around the lake that sucks water through. The filters will need to be
changed every six hours and within 1 year we are going to have a clean lake
without any algae blooms.Everyone will love me and Utah Valley will
blossom like never before.