A new bubble curtain will soon enter the Cape Coral canal to keep toxic blue-green algae away.
The generator powers three lines that submerge in water and bring bubbles to the surface of the mandolin canal.
On Wednesday we saw some spots swaying through the canal.
The city has already tested the curtains and everything is ready. You need to buy diving equipment and clean the system. Next, you need to approve all 10 bubble curtain permit applications.
This is what the visitor Paul Ariey is happy to hear.
“As I said, we like to enjoy the water by kayaking and boating, so it’s great from a health standpoint,” Ariey said. “So playing in the water is an important part of our vacation. It’s great that we don’t have to worry about red tides or algae outbreaks.”
The city has recorded visible algae spots in three parks: Rosen, Four Mile Cove, and Houghton.
If you see any of these green spots elsewhere while you’re on the go, the city is asking the general public to warn the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Cape Coral has installed more bubble curtains to keep blue-green algae away
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