Utah city plans to use algae against phosphorus buildup in sewage

08/23/2010 | BiofuelsDigest.com

Officials in Logan, Utah, are working with experts from Utah State University to develop an algae-based solution that would cut in half the amount of phosphorus in the city's sewage facilities within seven years. City officials said the algae could then be processed through specialized equipment to produce biofuels.

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