• Growing algae aeroponically on vertically-hung polymer sheets, with municipal wastewater
  • Company aims to sells algae cultivation systems for wastewater treatment and/or algae biomass growth; generator exhaust pumped into enclosed greenhouse as a CO2 source
  • Estimating $150,000/acre...

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