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June 2016
Turning Phosphorus into Fertilizer

Dishwasher Detergents – Environmental Hazards

Fueled by Algae

Replacing Fossil Fuels with Cynobacteria to Produce Chemicals

 
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$723,000 to Rid Drinking Water of Rotten Taste Due to Algae - Cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, grow thick in Lake Erie, Grand Lake and other inland lakes each summer, feeding on phosphorus from manure that rain washes off farm fields. The algae can produce liver and nerve toxins that threaten people, pets and wildlife.


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