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 country…

Can algae clean up mine water?

Western Morning News reports that Westcountry scientists in the U.K. are using algae to develop an innovative new method of cleaning up contaminated mine water while harvesting valuable resources in the process. Research teams from universities in Exeter, Bristol, Bath and Cardiff are piloting the technique…

Algae and Wastewater

Using algae in the wastewater treatment process to remove phosphates and nitrates is a sustainable technology being developed at the University of Bath, in England…

Algal Biofuel World News

Bristol News and BBC have a story running about researchers looking to produce commercially viable quantities of biofuels from algae grown in the Roman Baths in the town of Bath, England…