Harnessing algae to clean up industrial wastewater

Algae is generally considered a nuisance in water treatment circles because of the bad taste and odor, discoloration, turbidity, and depleting oxygen levels that it imbues to water. However, Boston-based Waltham Technologies is flouting convention by using algae to clean up wastewater generated by t...

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