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Mitigating the Effects of Cycling a Power Plant

Mitigating the Effects of Cycling a Power Plant

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Micromidas Sees Goldmine in Converting Wastewater to Bioplastic

Midcromidas, Inc. has turned its green eye on wastewater, and it is seeing gold. The company has developed a strain of microbes that can convert the carbon in wastewater into PHA (polyhydroxylalkanoate), a high performance plastic. PHA biodegrades quickly in compost piles and landfills, but otherwise it behaves the same or better than conventional petroleum-based plastic.

 

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