Israeli Reseach Project Could Turn Sewage-Algae into Fuel

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A new Israeli research project could lead to the production of a new source of cheap and eco-friendly biological fuel using micro-algae...

The use of a mix of micro-algae strains that naturally grow in sewage is one of the unique aspects of the project, as they not do require a sterilization process. Algae is considered a high-yield crop, with the ability to provide a lot more energy than most other land-based crops.

The Environmental Protection Ministry is funding the project.

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Posted on Shalom Adventure by: Jeff Zaremsky


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