Below The Sea Lion Sound’s At The St. Louis Zoo

Saint Louis Zoo Saved 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012
Saint Louis Zoo Saved 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012
Saint Louis Zoo Life Support System Supervisor David Jarvis checks out the electrical system responsible for the Sea Lion Sound'smassive underground, highly automated Life Support System facility, at the Saint Louis Zoo in St. Louis on March 19, 2014. Here, the Zoo team adds sea salt, filters and disinfects 250,000 gallons of water helping the Zoo save 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012. At this facility, the Zoo’s Life Support Team turns tap water into salt water, changes the pH of the water to counter acidity caused by animal waste and adds binding agents. All this insures that the exhibit’s 250,000 gallons of water meet the highest possible parameters for a safe environment for the California sea lions and harbor seal. They also keep the water clear for the visitors to see the animals enjoy their habitat. The Saint Louis Zoo showed off the facility in conjunction with World Water Day which is March 22. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Saint Louis Zoo Saved 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012
Saint Louis Zoo Saved 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012
Saint Louis Zoo Life Support System Supervisor David Jarvis explains the Ozone Generation area for reporters during a tour of the Sea Lion Sound's massive underground, highly automated Life Support System facility, at the Saint Louis Zoo in St. Louis on March 19, 2014. Here, the Zoo team adds sea salt, filters and disinfects 250,000 gallons of water helping the Zoo save 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012. At this facility, the Zoo’s Life Support Team turns tap water into salt water, changes the pH of the water to counter acidity caused by animal waste and adds binding agents. All this insures that the exhibit’s 250,000 gallons of water meet the highest possible parameters for a safe environment for the California sea lions and harbor seal. They also keep the water clear for the visitors to see the animals enjoy their habitat. The Saint Louis Zoo showed off the facility in conjunction with World Water Day which is March 22. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Saint Louis Zoo Saved 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012
Saint Louis Zoo Saved 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012
Saint Louis Zoo Life Support System Supervisor David Jarvis keeps a steady eye on the sand filtration area at the Sea Lion Sound's massive underground, highly automated Life Support System facility, at the Saint Louis Zoo in St. Louis on March 19, 2014. Here, the Zoo team adds sea salt, filters and disinfects 250,000 gallons of water helping the Zoo save 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012. At this facility, the Zoo’s Life Support Team turns tap water into salt water, changes the pH of the water to counter acidity caused by animal waste and adds binding agents. All this insures that the exhibit’s 250,000 gallons of water meet the highest possible parameters for a safe environment for the California sea lions and harbor seal. They also keep the water clear for the visitors to see the animals enjoy their habitat. The Saint Louis Zoo showed off the facility in conjunction with World Water Day which is March 22. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Saint Louis Zoo Saved 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012
Saint Louis Zoo Saved 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012
Reporters tour the Sea Lion Sound's underground, highly automated Life Support System facility, at the Saint Louis Zoo in St. Louis on March 19, 2014. Here, the Zoo team adds sea salt, filters and disinfects 250,000 gallons of water helping the Zoo save 15.5 Million Gallons of Water in 2013 Compared to 2012. At this facility, the Zoo’s Life Support Team turns tap water into salt water, changes the pH of the water to counter acidity caused by animal waste and adds binding agents. All this insures that the exhibit’s 250,000 gallons of water meet the highest possible parameters for a safe environment for the California sea lions and harbor seal. They also keep the water clear for the visitors to see the animals enjoy their habitat. The Saint Louis Zoo showed off the facility in conjunction with World Water Day which is March 22. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
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