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IEP and AlgEvolve to Launch Commercial Algae Facility

IEP and AlgEvolve to Launch Commercial Algae Facility

September 11, 2012
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

Inland Empire Paper (IEP) and AlgEvolve are going to be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony for a commercial algae production facility for treating effluent water from an industrial facility in Spokane, WA. According to IEP, this technology was selected as the only technology that demonstrated the ability to help the company comply with pending discharge limits.

The ceremony will be held Friday, October 12th, 10:00 a.m. at Inland Empire Paper, 3320 N Argonne Rd. in Spokane, WA.

For an invitation to the ceremony, please send an email to rjohnson@algevolve.com.

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