Control Cyanotoxins

EarthTec kills cyanobacteria without causing cell lysis

Resolve Taste and Odor Complaints

EarthTec controls cyanobacteria that can cause taste and odor problems

Use Less Copper Sulfate

EarthTec is easier to use and more efficient

Kill Zebra Mussels

EarthTec controls zebra mussels in open waters, intake structures and pipelines

Learn how EarthTec disperses compared to other options.

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Cyanobacteria Response Team

The fastest solution for cyanobacteria and HABs.

T&O Rapid Response Program

Reduce taste and odor issues in 24 hours.

Zebra Mussel Control

Complete mortality in as little as 4 days.

Copper Sulfate Reduction

Use 50%-80% less. Find out more.

Cyanotoxin Response Team

The fastest solution for cyanobacteria and HABs.

T&O Rapid Response Program

Reduce taste and odor issues in 24 hours.

Zebra Mussel Control

Complete mortality in as little as 4 days.

Copper Sulfate Reduction

Use 50%-80% less. Find out more.

*pipelines leading directly to municipal drinking water treatment plants

Free water analysis services tests for algae and cyanobacteria

Earth Science Labs launches free raw water analysis service that will test water samples for algae and cyanobacteria that can cause toxic HABs and other water treatment problems. ROGERS, Arkansas, September 18, 2020 – A new raw water analysis service is now available...

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Free water analysis services tests for algae and cyanobacteria

Earth Science Labs launches free raw water analysis service that will test water samples for algae and cyanobacteria that can cause toxic HABs and other water treatment problems. ROGERS, Arkansas, September 18, 2020 – A new raw water analysis service is now available...

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Cyanobacteria Control will be Discussed at California-Nevada Water Meeting

Water industry experts from two western states will meet in California’s Palm Desert this month. The California-Nevada section of the American Water Works Association (CA-NV AWWA) will hold its Annual Fall Conference at the Westin Hills Resort, Oct. 22–25. Removing toxins released into drinking water by harmful cyanobacteria blooms will be . . .

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