Heat brings with it increased risk of algae blooms

SUNWATER is reminding visitors to dams over the coming months that warmer weather could lead to increases in blue-green algae blooms.

SunWater's Gordon Delaney said BGA was commonly found in most large water storages across Queensland.

He said the public should be aware it could pose potential health risks for people and livestock.

Blooms are regularly monitored by SunWater and alerts are posted on their website.



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