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Featured, Wastewater Treatment

4 minute read
| August 09, 2023

Advanced Water Treatment: Lowering the carbon footprint of water recycling

The heavy use of Quaternary Ammonium Compounds (QACs) and other surfactants cause operational issues in Water Reclamation and Recovery Facilities (WRR..
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Featured, Agriculture

5 minute read
| July 24, 2023

Why are Regenerative Agriculture Practices Important for the Future of Farming?

What is Regenerative Agriculture? Regenerative agriculture is a holistic approach to farming and ranching that aims to restore and enhance the health ..
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Featured, Agriculture, Horticulture

10 minute read
| July 12, 2023

How to Use Sustainable Farming Methods with Nanobubble Technology

For decades, we’ve produced the bulk of our food through industrial agriculture, a system dominated by large farms growing the same crops year after y..
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Featured, Climate Tech

24 minute read
| July 05, 2023

The Water Values Podcast | Moleaer CEO Nick Dyner Transcript

Dave McGimpsey interviewed Nick Dyner, Moleaer's CEO, on the Water Values Podcast published by Bluefield Research. They dive into nanobubble technolog..
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Featured, Lakes & Ponds

6 minute read
| June 15, 2023

Why do Algae Blooms get Worse in Summer?

Have you ever wondered why algae blooms often get worse during the summer months? You’ve probably seen at least one article about toxic or harmful alg..
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Featured, Lakes & Ponds

4 minute read
| May 03, 2023

How to Create a Sustainable Lake Management Plan with IPM

Creating a lake management plan can help ensure the long-term health and sustainability of a lake or other body of water. Here are some general steps ..
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Featured, Lakes & Ponds

9 minute read
| April 06, 2023

What is Muck and How to remove it Sustainably for Lakes and Ponds?

Muck is a type of organic sediment that can accumulate in lakes and ponds, often consisting of decomposing plant material, algae, and other organic ma..
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Farmers are using nanobubble technology to improve water quality, increase crop yields, reduce inputs like fertilizers and chemicals, enhance soil health, and increase water use efficiency. Our blogs cover topics like soil health, irrigation water, biofilm and disease reduction and more.

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Greenhouse vegetable, leafy green, fruit and ornamental growers are seeking sustainable and chemical-free ways to improve their crop yields. Nanobubble technology helps growers improve irrigation water quality in tanks and reservoirs to support healthy crops and improve yields. Learn how you can reduce biofilm and disease pressure while improve crop health with nanobubble technology by reading our blogs.

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Want to dive deeper into the science of nanobubbles? These blogs cover a variety of topics in nanobubble technology, sharing peer-reviewed research and tools for measuring nanobubbles.

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Nanobubble technology is a restorative tool for lake managers and owners to improve water quality and target the root cause of common problems like muck, algae, excessive nutrients and more. Moleaer’s technology can also scale to large water remediation projects to help reduce algae, improve water quality and eliminate H2S formation. Read our latest blogs to learn more.

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