[USA] OriginClear Inc. (OTC/QB: OCLN) and AlgEternal Technologies, a vertically-integrated producer of non-fuel high value Continue reading AlgEternal ramps up algae production with OriginClear Harvesting Technology
[Vietnam] Nhơn Châu island commune in the central province of Bình Định is blessed with plenty of sea products, including Continue reading Seaweed harvesting on central island
[UK] West Clare-based family business Wild Irish Seaweed is set to double its production and increase its workforce following a Continue reading Wild Irish Seaweed to double production in West Clare
[UK] Over 200 residents of the Bantry area gathered at the Maritime Hotel last Sunday to voice their concerns at a plan, which Continue reading Protestors intensify campaign against Bantry kelp farm
[Canada] For one Canadian plant that processes hard-to-handle seaweed into agricultural fertiliser products, a successful trial of a Continue reading Smooth processing for seaweed harvester
[USA] Rob Falken is an inventor with a mission: to put the planet first in everything he does. He grew up in Southern California Continue reading This startup is harvesting wild algae to make your next pair of sneakers
[USA] Growing up, Greg Tobey would see skiffs piled high with seaweed moving slowly around his island home. Continue reading Harvesting seaweed ‘source’ seeks sustainability
[USA] A Maine festival hopes to show the public that the future is here, and it’s covered in seaweed.
The Maine Seaweed Festival will take place Aug. 29 at the South Portland campus of Southern Maine Community College. Continue reading The Maine Seaweed Festival highlights different uses of seaweed
Sucking green gunk with a floating suction harvester, scooping out glop by hand, pulling out sticks, branches, tree trunks, even a dock, crews from Aquacleaner Connecticut have removed an estimated 30 tons of algae and organic debris from the north end of Continue reading Thirty tons of algae and muck came out of Lake Mamanasco
URAKAWA, Japan — To the uninitiated, a strip of kombu looks like any old piece of seaweed you would find washed up on a beach: slimy and brown and decidedly unappetizing.
But to generations of Japanese chefs, this prized kelp is the basis for much of Continue reading With changing tastes and warming oceans, Japanese seaweed in danger