[USA] When Elon Musk of Tesla Motors famously posed the question, “why would you ever do biofuels?,” perhaps he had the US Energy Department in mind. Continue reading Algae biofuel doubters get the brush-off from US Energy Department
[USA] Local researchers have developed several strains of algae that can clean waste water as well as serve as a potential livestock superfood. Continue reading Locally produced algae cleans waste water, feeds livestock
The company behind technology that uses algae to clean dirty farm water is ready to roll it out across the Queensland and overseas after trials in 2014 proved it could be used on a commercial scale. Continue reading Queensland’s algae technology ready to expand
The recent algal bloom in Lake Erie which resulted in Toledo’s drinking-water ban demonstrated the need in Ohio to address the underlying cause: excess nutrients (primarily phosphorus) in our waterways.
Ohio’s public wastewater utilities are doing their part. Our mission is to… Continue reading To stop algae, we need limits on farms
Mayor Jim Burke is taking steps to make it easier for entrepreneurs and small businesses to succeed.
Nearly a month after the end of the first Dixon Business Competition, Burke… Continue reading Dateline Dixon: Mayor seeks help for small businesses
HOMESTEAD, Fla. – With a high demand for electricity this summer, a new algae outbreak at Turkey Point’s industrial waste water system was challenging Florida Power & Light and concerning some environmentalists… Continue reading FPL faces algae bloom challenge in Turkey Point’s waste water canals
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Maui County is facing fines of more than 100-million dollars for violating the Clean Water Act. A federal court judge says the County’s breaking the law by dumping wastewater into wells from its Lahaina… Continue reading Maui County faces fines for dumping wastewater, damaging coral reef
[17th, April 2014] Logan city is constructing a new wastewater treatment facility to meet federal standards that must be met by 2017 to replace the wastewater lagoons being used. The Sustainable Waste to Bioproducts Energy Center at USU makes use of the city’s lagoons. It is researching a method using algae growth to meet the standards set forth. However, there is not enough time to finish the development of the research and implement the changes by its deadline… Continue reading USU algae researchers to continue at new plant