Friday, June 7, 2019

Why Are Black Water Balls in a Resevoir?

#ENVIRO • BROMIDE, BR, naturally occurs in salt water, but is being regulated not to exceed guidelines. At a problematic resevoir, an experiment solved bromide high levels, as well as, lessened the use of chloride due to adding millions of black balls (filled with water) into the resevoir. The special balls shield the water from sunlight which also resolved algae growth. The resevoir now experiences minimized evaporation, another effective result of using the black balls. The water stays cooler, as well, using the black balls.  YT highlights by DPearce © 2019.

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