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Growing Microalgae from Sewage Lagoons

A user posted the following, which I thought was worth discussing:

“This pertains to another comment about using sewage lagoons of small communities to grow microalgae. It would seem that the University of New Hampshire is already involved in research about ‘Growing Microalgae from Sewage Lagoons’.

Of particular note is that algae ponds are used in  waste water treatment plants. I think it would be well worth reading any research papers that have dealt with this. It also might be worth tapping the contacts there and letting them know that this blog is starting so they can check in periodically and make comments.”

I would request any more inputs in this regard. The interesting aspect of the post is the involvement of small, local communities in producing energy, which holds interesting possibilities…


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2 Responses to “Growing Microalgae from Sewage Lagoons”

  1. Judd Sundine Says:

    Is there a source to find out what the nutrient (enzyme and protein) contents and O2 output of a particular genus of algae? Thanks, Judd

  2. Photobioreactor Says:

    The Photobioreactors are used in producing an
    alternative source of energy in the form of bio fuels from algae. There are
    extensive studies and research done in order to perfect the process in deriving
    clean and natural fuels from algae biomass. Not only is this source good for
    the planet but is also cost effective and possible for use even in average

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