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That the little algae (plants) would be capable of producing the worlds energy needs and cutting global warming? These tiny, single-celled plants like/feed on, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, nitrogen containing nutrients and light. They will grow and grow until all nutrients and carbon dioxide is used.



Use of the power plant exhaust, municipal waste & sewerage, agriculture, animal waste, human sewage and food processing to accelerate algae growth.

The algae used to produce oil, fertilisers and fodder.

The algae-to oil race is now on.

Overshadowed by multi-billion-dollar pushes into other “clean-fuel “ technologies, a handful of tiny companies are now racing to create new, cleaner and greener processes, using the same slimy stuff that thrives in the world’s oceans. Most of the current research on oil from algae is focused on micro algae instead of macro algae or seaweeds like most of us known them.

The oil rich types are not easy to grow in the wild but will do well in nutrient and carbon dioxide rich environments. The exhaust of power plants is a good source and oil rich algae using Co2, nitrous oxide and dust will grow well.

Power plants exhausts.


The exhaust of the power plant is washed with water in cascade fashion. A reverse cascade rinsing used to concentrate the exhaust waste. Alternative the exhaust is led through water containing algae. The CO2, nitrous acid and dust is soaked up. The algae removed after growth on a daily basis and the water reused. The seaweed dried and milled and bagged. The oil extracted or the algae converted into crude oil.    The cleansed exhaust goes skyward, but with 40% less CO2 (a larger cut than the Kyoto treaty mandates) and 80% less nitrous oxide.


That just one 1,000 megawatt power plant using such system could produce more than 40 million gallons of bio diesel and 50 million gallons of ethanol a year. That would require a 2,000-acre “farm” of algae-filled tubes near the power plant. There are nearly 1,000 power plants in the US alone and space to grow algae and make a profit.

Bio-Diesel From Algae; Extracted From Sewerage Ponds. 

The breakthrough came with an agreement with a District Council to extract algae from its excess pond discharge and a private company..

Algae are good at taking most of the nutrients and chemicals out of sewage, too much algae can taint the water and make it smell/stink. The council interested in ways of cleaning up the excess algae in their outflow and recycling the waste product. The algae waste used to produce bio-diesel and the counsel left with usable clean water


Other sources of nutrients for algae growth

Dairy farmers, agricultural, farm animal waste, and human sewage can be used as a nutrient source and benefit from recycling their waste streams where algae thrives in. Dried algae are easy to store, transported and collected. Dried Algae have multiple uses including that of the production of oil, bio-ethanol, diesel and for the production of fertilisers and more.

Use of algae provides a far safer and cleaner method of doing this than spreading manure or wastewater on farmland. Provide a method to recycling nutrients, fertiliser to food, waste and back to fertiliser. Prevent the development of ammonia and methane during storage.



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