[France] Libourne, France-based Fermentalg, an industrial biotechnology company that specializes in the production of oils and proteins derived from microalgae, Continue reading Fermentalg expanding in France
BEIJING, May 22 (Xinhua) — An algae bloom, or “green tide,” has broken out in waters off China’s east coastline, spreading to nearly 1,500 square km, the country’s maritime authorities said Thursday… Continue reading Algae bloom emerges in China’s Yellow Sea
Rogers, MN (PRWEB) May 22, 2014. Lake Restoration, a lake and pond weed control company located in Rogers, MN, today introduced new pricing for theirMizzen® Algaecide and Sapphire Bay®Blue Pond Dye. The new pricing will allow home and business owners to keep ahead of the scum levels and add a pleasing blue color to their pond, lake or water feature while getting a better value. Continue reading Lake Restoration Introduces New Pricing on Algaecide and Pond Dye
Fenchem has applied for a version of Astaxanthin to be granted Novel Food ingredient status in the EU.
The application is a substantial equivalent of an Astaxanthin-Rich Extract of Haematococcus pluvialis algae (AstaMarin) with the existing Astaxanthin products. Continue reading Fenchem seeks novel foods approval for AstaMarin
Auburn, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Since a large fish kill in Lake Auburn in 2012, the Auburn Water and Sewerage Districts have been watching the water quality closely.
Lake Auburn is the principal source of drinking water in the area, but in 2012, that quality was compromised. Continue reading Report recommends treatments for Lake Auburn
Vermont regulators can — and should — compel farmers in the Missisquoi Bay watershed to better protect Lake Champlain, a petition filed Thursday by the Conservation Law Foundation asserts. The petition cites a law that enables the Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets to require compliance… Continue reading Mandatory lake clean-up by farmers sought
Doug Conroe, President of the Chautauqua Lake Association, Jane Conroe, Citizen Statewide Lake Assessment Program CLA volunteer and CWC Conservationist, and John Jablonski III, Executive Director of the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy… Continue reading CLA and CWC leaders attend conference
Marine biology is the study of all things living in water. From the greatest fish in the sea to the algae that produces more oxygen than any other plant on Earth, understanding how these animals and vegetation live and what impact humans have on these living species is vital to prolonging the life of not only these creatures and plants, but also the environment as it is today. Continue reading “Leading Edge” with Host Jimmy Johnson Will Be Featuring Education in Marine Biology in an Upcoming Segment
GRAYSON COUNTY, TX — The Grayson County Health Department says Blue/Green Algae toxins in Lake Texoma are below detectable levels and the water is safe for lake goers and pets. Grayson County Health Director… Continue reading Health Department: Blue/Green Algae toxins below detectable levels
Residents in the Tampa Bay area may soon encounter increased flooding, longer summers and other costly environmental problems, according to recent federal studies looking at how climate change will affect Florida. Due to these changes, there are many businesses and companies, similar to this Tree-hugging Adult Store, that is trying their best to do what they can to join the Green Movement. Continue reading Study: Tampa to be hit worst by climate change