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Exceptional Growth of Microalgae in Kiel inland lake

Exceptional Growth of Microalgae in Kiel inland lakeMarch 2017 - Last weekend brought pleasant weather with bright sunshine. Winter almost vanished allowing new algae to...

Algae events worldwide

A potentially deadly algae has been found in Hemlington Lake. – The warm water temperatures and stable sunny conditions favoured the growth of blue-green algae in Hemlington...

Algae events worldwide

Toxic algae bloom swarms Utah Lake – Blue-green algae swarms Utah Lake, west of the Mississippi River, USA - over 130 people have reported vomiting, diarrhea, headache and...

New application for DTox

New application for DTox in waste water treatment plants – bbe Toximeters for Water Pollution Control at Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP)

bbe DaphniaToximeter is established...

Algae events worldwide

What’s being done to assess blue-green algae’s risk to humans? – Blue-green algae in California’s lakes. A dog dies after being exposed to toxic blue-green algae at Lake...

bbe Moldaenke GmbH receives ISO 9001 certificate

A couple of months ago bbe Moldaenke GmbH set up a quality management system according to the ISO9001:2008 standard. Processes were analysed, structured, documented and...

The BenthoTorch Survey

Even though our customers are certain of the high quality measurements with our BenthoTorch, we have something more in mind. bbe is about to revise the BenthoTorch design ...

10cells on expedition

10cells - the Ballast Water (BW) Tester on cruise: bbe took part in a scientific expedition with the German research vessel “Meteor” in June 2015. The trip took 12 days,...

Testing 10cells

The Ballast Water Testing Devices were proven in addition to ballast water with seawater during the expedition across the Atlantic Ocean.

10cells in practice

One Ballast Water Treatment System and different Ballast Water Testing Devices were tested on the expedition with the German research vessel "Meteor".