Lake blues: Latest toxic blue-green algae outbreak leaves Lake Albert regulars questioning Wagga City Council's use of ultrasonic buoys

Angus Thomson
By Angus Thomson
Updated March 7 2022 - 9:13pm, first published 6:00pm
BEWARE: Water quality at Lake Albert is again under scrutiny after a blue-green algae bloom was detected over the weekend. Picture: Madeline Begley

The latest blue-green algae alert for Lake Albert has prompted calls for Wagga City Council to reassess the position of ultrasonic buoys which were supposed to prevent algae from blooming on the lake.

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Angus Thomson

Angus Thomson

Editorial Trainee (The Daily Advertiser)

Angus is an Editorial Trainee with Australian Community Media based in Wagga Wagga. He can be reached at angus.thomson@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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