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Home » Algae/Other Aquatic Organisms, Carbon Capture, International

Distillery Using Algae to Cut CO2

Submitted by on October 7, 2009 – 12:10 pmNo Comment

(BBC)  One of Scotland’s best known whisky distilleries is taking part in a scheme to cut carbon dioxide emissions using oil-producing algae.  The Glenturret Distillery in Perthshire will use the ground-breaking system to turn fumes generated by whisky production into biodiesel. The algae strips CO2 from the emissions and converts it into oil and protein. …The system was built by Scottish Bioenergy with the help of a Shell Springboard award.   READ MORE

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