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Algae: The New Oil

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Learn about growing, harvesting and extraction

Co-Sponsored by National Algae Association and BARD HOLDING
June 17, 2010
BARD Holding
1 Ben Fairless Drive, Fairless Hills, PA 19030

Algae oil is renewable, does not affect the food channel and consumes CO2.  Come learn about algae oil as a potential feedstock to help biodiesel producers become self-sustainable.  It’s one solution to help the US reduce its dependence on foreign oil and create new green jobs.

The National Algae Association, a 501(c)6, is the first algae trade association in the US with chapters throughout the country to assist algaepreneurs create algae production plants to provide  biodiesel producers with a renewable feedstock.  Algae oil can be made into biodiesel, ethanol, biogasoline, jet fuel and bioplastics.  Algae biomass can be made into many different co-products such as nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and organic fertilizer.

The algae industry is quickly moving technologies out of the lab and into commercial-scale algae production.  Many new algae production plants are scaling-up to produce algae oil and biomass for co-products.  Algae research will continue but proven technologies are being implemented today in the scale-up of the new algae industry. Enhancements will surely continue as algaepreneurs move into commercial-scale algae production. We are united in wanting to help US to get off foreign oil, to create jobs right here in the US and to reduce emissions.  Since our government and corporate America are slow to move into commercial-scale algae production and continue spending their money on research, algaepreneurs are taking on the task of setting up new algae production facilities themselves.

You do not need to be a member of the NAA to attend any of our events.  All you need is an interest in collaborative sharing of information to help develop turn-key algae production in the US as one solution to get the US off of foreign oil.

Limited seating is available for this one-day seminar.  Biodiesel producers  and algaepreneurs from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut are invited to attend.

To register for “Algae: The New Oil” for biocrude oil and biomass co-products workshop, go to:  www.nationalalgaeassociation.com

When: June 17, 2010

Cost: $75

*Limited Seating

National Algae Association
4747 Research Forest Drive, Suite 180
The Woodlands, TX 77381

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