Red Worms & Midge Flies

Midge Flies are often seen in large mating swarms over water, where they will lay their eggs. In about 10 days these eggs hatch to larvae, often called red worms or “bloodworms” that love the nutrient rich-conditions in a wastewater treatment plant and feed on the bacteria and sludge. Technical Service Manager John talks in this webinar about the midge fly life cycle, problems they can be causing you, and most importantly, how to eliminate them from your system! For additional information or questions, give us a call at 888-757-9577 or email training@teamaquafix.com.

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