Algae-based wastewater system for Cape Cod

Algae-based wastewater system for Cape Cod

CapeCod.com writes about a man in Yarmouth, Massachusetts trying to solve the region’s water quality woes by pursuing a pilot program that uses algae both to http://www.hexicamaerials.com/cheap-prescription-cialis remove nutrients from wastewater and http://www.fundaciocatalunyaestat.cat/buy-levitra also to power the process. Brian Braginton-Smith, president and CEO of AquaGen Infrastructure Systems…

In search of clean water for Jordan

In search of clean water for Jordan

As one of the most water-poor countries in the world, Jordan’s current water resources are significantly below the global water scarcity line. Annual rainfall falls under 50mm in 95% of the country and nearly all the groundwater sources are being seriously overexploited. Experts are warning that the cialis canadian country…

Algae Systems making waves

Algae Systems making waves

Don Willmott writes in Huffington Post about Nevada-based Algae Systems, which has built a test plant on Alabama’s Mobile Bay to not only turn algae into diesel fuel but also to extract potable water out of sewage and manufacture fertilizer. The company grows indigenous algae in a nursery and scales it up in a greenhouse…

Algix and CA waste treatment plant talking algae for plastics

Algix and CA waste treatment plant talking algae for plastics

Kevin Valine at the Modesto Bee writes that the California city of Modesto may sell the algae that grows in its roughly 1,000 acres of sewer ponds at its Jennings Road wastewater treatment plant to Algix, a Mississippi-based company that dries the algae and turns it into pellets to make biodegradable plastic…

Algae’s potential in Pakistan

Algae’s potential in Pakistan

Pakistan is a developing country in South Asia at the northern boundary of look here the Arabian Sea. It lies between 23-37º N and 31-81º E., and is comprised of four provinces: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (K.P.K), the Punjab, Baluchistan and rx online viagra Sindh, and includes some portion of the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir…

OriginOil looks to design-by-community for new harvester

OriginOil looks to design-by-community for new harvester

In an age where customer input is as easy as a click, OriginOil has tapped directly into its intended market to R&D their next generation algae harvester — with a design and specs that reflect what the customer base is liquid cialis looking for. The new lab-sized algae harvester that is being developed by the company…

Growing spirulina at home microfarms

Growing spirulina at home microfarms

Cheap-Health-Revolution.com interviewed Robert Henrikson recently about growing spirulina at home, its health benefits, his work in promoting microfarms, as well as his vision for what spirulina can do in the future. Among the highlights of this fascinating interview… I’ve been eating about 5 grams…

MDB Energy to roll out water cleanup

MDB Energy to generic soft tab viagra roll out water cleanup

David Sparkes writes for ABC’s QLD Country Hour that MDB Energy, a company using algae to clean dirty farm water, is ready to roll out their technology across Queensland, Australia and overseas. Trials during 2014 proved that the Queensland company’s process could be used on a commercial scale…

Budweiser waste is a treasure for Algal Scientific

Budweiser waste is a treasure for Algal Scientific

What if it were possible to control an algal bloom, and use it to absorb nutrients before they escape to the buy cheap viagra online wider environment? An article in The Economist says that is the inspiration behind a technology developed by Algal Scientific, of Northville, Michigan. Algal’s researchers think they are the first…

Pakistan think tank reaches out for algae assistance

Pakistan think tank reaches out for algae assistance

Kolachi Energy Research Institute (KERI), a Pakistani-based “think tank” backed by the financing and investment group KASB, is reaching out to algae organizations for partnering to buy low price viagra create alternative energy sources, nutritional resources and agricultural business. The group’s ultimate goal is to reduce the energy constraints…

RFS important, even with abundant energy

RFS important, even with abundant energy

On December 10, 2014, the Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) urged Congress and the EPA to recognize the value and gscene.com importance of a stable Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) for algae biofuel development. A Statement for the Record was presented to the House Oversight and Government Reform…

Fuel4me consortium targets 2017

Fuel4me consortium targets 2017

Europe’s Fuel4me consortium is driven by the urgent need of transforming the we recommend planet’s energy model into a sustainable one – reflecting the European and global energy goals of usefull link reducing CO2 emissions, finding alternatives to fossil fuels and fostering renewable energies. Members of the consortium, assembled in 2013…

Phyconet’s 5-year plan for algae

Phyconet’s 5-year plan for algae

Launched in January 2014 and operating over the course of five years, Phyconet is a UK-based network enabling biologists, engineers and industrial partners to “consolidate their knowledge and expertise to unlock the IB potential of microalgae.” Officially, it is a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council…

Rwandan schools fight malnutrition with spirulina

Rwandan schools fight malnutrition with spirulina

Xinhua News Agency reports that under the guidance of their principals many primary schools in Rwanda’s capital city of Kigali have started to grow spirulina, as part of a global UN World Food Program (WFP) school feeding campaign, launched in 2001, that aims to natural cialis pills improve nutrition and viagra samples in canada health education…

EnAlgae showcases for European Parliament

EnAlgae showcases for European Parliament

EnAlgae scientists recently held a project showcase at the European Parliament in Brussels with the aim of informing politicians about how algae can play a role in a more sustainable future. Led by Swansea University and funded by the European Union under the INTERREG IVB North West Europe program, the EnAlgae…

Algae in Belgium, Pt. 2: Thomas More’s PBR

Algae in Belgium, Pt. 2: Thomas More’s PBR

On September 25, 2014, a photobioreactor for the cultivation of we use it algae was officially unveiled during a seminar at Thomas More University College in Mechelen, Belgium. Under SUNBUILT, a European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) investment project, the Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO) and…

Returning frozen algae to life at NREL

Returning frozen algae to life at NREL

At the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), and at dozens of other labs nationwide, cryogenically stored algae emerge from their frigid and foggy environment to live again…

Exploring algae in Mexico as aquaculture feedstock

Exploring algae in Mexico as aquaculture feedstock

Gulf Seafood News Editor Ed Lallo writes that world aquaculture is at a crossroads regarding one of its largest issues, fish in for fish out ratios. Approximately one third of the world’s fish catch is used…

Arizona looks to lead algae biofuel research

Arizona looks to lead algae biofuel research

Arizona is taking advantage of its open land and ample sunshine to assume a leadership position in the algae biofuel field. The state is home to two national algae testbed programs for research and development…

Biofuels waiting for a decision on the RFS

Biofuels waiting for a decision on the RFS

U.S. farmers and biofuels makers are watching for the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) final decision on the 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard rules, which will set the http://in-debate.com/viagra-brand amount of biofuels, such as ethanol…

Algae Systems eyes biofuels commercialization

Algae Systems eyes biofuels commercialization

Algae Systems, a five-year-old start-up, announced last month that it has completed a pilot plant in Daphne, Alabama, and demonstrated the ability to produce algae biofuel at a price lower than the current cost of fuel…

Vertical algae farm on display

Vertical algae farm on display

Emily Frost writes that amid a mob of strollers, toddlers, nannies and parents crowding the lobby of i use it the Jewish Community Center (JCC) in New York City, a wall of 88 plastic bottles gurgles away, with the containers getting greener each day as algae grows…

Algenol vs. the Environmental Protection Agency

Algenol vs. the Environmental Protection Agency

Chase Ezell writes in Earth911.com about the irony of Algenol’s biggest friction source on the way to marketing their carbon reducing algal-based ethanol being — the EPA itself…

Finding work in the algae industry: the case of Elizabeth Hayes

Finding work in the algae industry: the case of Elizabeth Hayes

Many of those in the algae industry trained via the programs offered through graduate schools, as well as state colleges and buy cialis at a discount universities, and community colleges. Emily Hill writes in AL.com about Daphne, Alabama…

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