Water pollution is a massive problem, one of the biggest global killers affecting over 100 million people - comparable to global diseases on the scale of malaria and HIV. Lakes and rivers are polluted by many sources of human activity such as urban waste water, agricultural & farm runoff, oil spills, acid rain, etc., resulting in Eutrophication, or stagnation.
Diatom Algae - nature’s way to solve the problem
Diatom Algae occur naturally in water to greater or lesser extent. Unlike Green Algae or Blue Green Algae, Diatom Algae are actually very good for water.
The problem is that in many bodies of water Diatom Algae cannot thrive, having been more or less killed off by the pollution.
This presentation shows how to solve the problem, Nature's Way.