The water will be handed over to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, which will then use it to build a treatment plant to clean up the problem.
The state is planning to put up a wall of plastic on the entire island to keep out the algae.
“The algae is not just a problem for the water, it’s a problem to the whole ecosystem,” said Chris Meehan, a hydrologist with the state’s water department.
“If you remove the algae, you’ll have an ecosystem that’s completely healthy again.”
The algae is an invasive species that has grown to be bigger than the state and has been damaging Florida’s natural habitats.
Florida has spent more than $10 billion on treating the algae problem and has also set aside millions to clean beaches.
It’s hoped the new water will clean up some of the damage done to the reef by the algae as well.
But experts say the problem will get worse before it gets better.
“We’ve had enough of the algae and we’re just going to have to put in a wall or a fence to keep it out of the water,” said Meegan.
The problem is that the algae has spread to more than a quarter of the state.
There’s also no guarantee that the new wall will be safe.
The algae has been spreading by using chemicals to kill off the algae that live in the soil and by consuming nutrients from the water that come from streams.
Meehans group has set up a hotline that anyone with concerns can call.
The state is hoping to use the water from the treatment plant for another treatment plant and also for new drinking water supplies for the people living in the area.
But some locals fear that the state will not be able to afford the treatment plants.
“There is a chance the wall will break, and if it does, we’ll be left with no drinking water for our communities,” said Dixie, an elderly man who did not want to give his last name because he does not want his grandchildren to drink the water.
“There’s no way we’re going to be able get the money for the treatment, or the plant.”
The algae will also affect the local economy, Meeahans group said.
The water used to treat the algae will go to the city of Orlando, which plans to sell it.
But Meehaans group says it’s concerned that the water will not last long because it’s too salty and not pure enough.
“It’s a water with no taste,” he said.
If the water stays in the water in Orlando, Mooan says it will have to go to other cities.
One local, who does not give his name, said that the county has already begun using the water to clean its sewage.
Meanwhile, the state is scrambling to fix the problem by releasing millions of gallons of untreated water into the Gulf of Mexico every day.
In Florida, the algae is so big that it can cause algae blooms that cause algae to grow on the surface of the ocean and grow to the size of a soccer ball.
For the most part, the problem has been dealt with in Florida.
But the state has had to take measures to keep the algae out of water.
But experts say that’s not enough.
Moohan said that he hopes to start using the drinking water from that treatment plant this summer.
Florida’s water board said it will be using the algae treatment to clean the water supply in the state for the next six months.