Algae production with wastewater may solve two problems at once: industry sustainability and nutrient pollution.
IN one of the first studies to examine the potential for using municipal wastewater as a feedstock for algae-based biofuels, Rice University scientists found that they could easily grow high-value strains of oil-rich algae while simultaneously removing more than 90% of nitrates and more th
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