Category Archives: Algae and wastewater treatment

Algae culture is useful in wastewater treatments, particularly tertiary biotreatment coupled with the production of algae.

Galdieria sulphuraria in a New Mexico sewage farm is the key to water security

[USA] The sulphurous springs of Yellowstone national park are scalding, tainted with heavy metals and acidic enough to eat through clothing. But their murky depths are also home to an algae that scientists claim could one day help provide cleaner, healthier water around the world. Continue reading Galdieria sulphuraria in a New Mexico sewage farm is the key to water security

Noble Purification piloting clean-water technology using Euglena

[Canada] A Peterborough start-up with a foothold in the water industry has its sights set on revolutionizing the way mining and oil companies clean the water they pollute as they operate. Continue reading Noble Purification piloting clean-water technology using Euglena

China's algae crisis offers feedstock for U.S. plastics firm

[USA, China] Lake Taihu, the third largest freshwater body in China, once was pure and beautiful and one of my fondest childhood memories. But like many things in China, it has fallen victim of GDP-focused development and now is devastated by pollution. Continue reading China's algae crisis offers feedstock for U.S. plastics firm

For algae newcomers: What to start with?

[Global] We received many inquiries about how to get involved and invest into the algae industry. Due to the complex nature of the algae industry, and the fact that we have very little information on you and your background, Continue reading For algae newcomers: What to start with?