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Preparing for a Plant Outage

Preparing for a Plant Outage

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Heavy Oil: Producing in a Hostile Environment

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Researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology are developing biodiesel from microalgae grown in wastewater. The project is doubly "green" because algae consume nitrates and phosphates and reduce bacteria and toxins in the water. The end result: clean wastewater and stock for a promising biofuel.

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