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NAA to host Algae Production Workshop

July 9, 2018
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

The National Algae Association (NAA) is reaching out to commercial algae producers of high-value nutraceutical omega-3 EPA/DHA, cosmetics, food, animal feed, biostimulants, biofertilizer, bioplastics and potential algae biofuels, to attend the NAA’s next Algae Production Workshop, to be held in October, 2018, in The Woodlands (Houston), Texas. Specific dates and locations have not yet been announced.

The Workshop is designed for companies to share information with other commercial algae producers in the US and throughout the world. Discussions will include commercial inoculation, cultivation, harvesting, extraction and improving processes while keeping CAPEX low.

Other presentations and discussions will examine expanding commercial algae production, on-site lab testing, opening new markets for algae-based products and pricing strategies.

Commercial algae production companies interested in presenting or attending this event can contact: barry@nationalalgaeassociation.com.

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