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SRS Energy Harvesting Centrifuges

SRS Energy Harvesting Centrifuge

As one of the largest owner-operators of centrifuges in the US, with a 140 man service organization, SRS Energy produces a variety of centrifuges for harvesting of algal biomass, including stand alone units for harvesting directly from the ponds, or dewatering centrifuges to process effluent from the DAF or membrane system. SRS has various lease and purchase programs to fit client needs.

SRS Energy
7455 Newman Blvd.
P: (734) 426-9015
Dexter, Michigan 48130
Fax: (734) 426-9016

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In Phys.Org, Yu Yonehara notes the breakthrough research from the Tokyo Institute of Technology on the connection between early marine algae and the development of terres...
The Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) released the following statement calling on the EPA to include Carbon Capture and Utilization strategies in rules proposed June 2, 20...
A University of New South Wales (UNSW)-led team of researchers has discovered how algae that survive in very low levels of light are able to switch on and off a weird qua...
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Kyae Mone Win reports in the Myanmar Times that spirulina has been harvested from Twin Daung lake in Sagaing’s Bu Ta Lin township for over a decade, but climate change an...
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Oregon State University researchers are combining diatoms, a type of single-celled photosynthetic algae, with nanoparticles to create a sensor capable of detecting minisc...
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A team of Michigan State University algae researchers have discovered a cellular "snooze button" that has the potential to improve biofuel production and offer ...
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In October 2014 an unusual AlgaePARC research paper entitled Design and construction of the microalgal pilot facility AlgaePARC was published in the Journal of Algal Rese...