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UVa Scientists: Use Wastewater to Solve Biofuel Limitations

University of Virginia engineers have found that there are significant environmental hurdles to conquer before algae-based biofuel production can be ramped up.

Researchers from the university are suggesting that companies instead use wastewater to produce the fuel, because, according to their findings, algae production consumes more energy, has higher greenhouse gas emissions and uses more water than other biofuel sources, such as switchgrass, canola and corn.

Source: Daily Progress

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