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NSE Announces New PBR Product Line

October 5, 2012
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

NSE 50-Liter Spirulina Growing System

NSE 50-Liter Spirulina Growing System

Santa Fe, NM-based New Solutions Energy Inc., manufacturer/assembler of versatile all-weather, closed-loop algae growing systems and technical support providers for sustainable fuel and food production, has announced the introduction of a new line of algae growing systems and bulk microalgae cultures. Smaller than their original products, these systems are designed specifically for labs, schools and home growers.

The new line includes the NSE 50-Liter Spirulina Growing System as well as a 50-Liter Lab Scale Growing System. “These unique systems fill a specific niche in today’s algae world and will assist in establishing NSE as a leader in the development of innovative, cost effective algae growing technology,” said Luke Spangenburg, NSE’s CEO.

NSE is also announcing the sale of Bulk Microalgae Cultures nannochloropsis salina and spirulina platensi. NSE’s existing products include the NSE-H140—a 140 gallon algae growing system, the NSE-H2500 and a 2,500 gallon algae growing system.

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