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Select breeding of algae could replace fossil fuels: Simon Takouridis

[Australia] Global demand for oil could be satisfied by introducing algae farms across an area equivalent to the size of South Australia, according to University of Melbourne PhD student Simon Takouridis. Continue reading Select breeding of algae could replace fossil fuels: Simon Takouridis

PUB moves to protect desalination plants from algae in seawater

SINGAPORE — With the drier weather conditions of late, national water agency PUB has for the first time installed silt curtains at the waters off Tuaspring and Singspring desalination plants, to protect the plants’ reverse osmosis membranes from higher levels of algae in the water. The Maritime and Port Authority of Continue reading PUB moves to protect desalination plants from algae in seawater