Wagga City Council's Mark Gardiner says the 'jury is still out' on the use of ultrasound technology to fight blue-green algae blooms in Lake Albert

Angus Thomson
By Angus Thomson
Updated March 9 2022 - 1:40am, first published March 8 2022 - 8:00am
TRYING TIMES: Environment manager Mark Gardiner said Wagga City Council was monitoring algae levels in the lake but warned the blue-green algae bloom isn't going anywhere soon. Picture: Angus Thomson

Wagga City Council says it may be weeks or even months before it is safe to use Lake Albert again after the latest blue-green algae outbreak.


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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