Current society evidence shows the evolving evolution of mankind over the centuries has been dictated by the immediate environment. Food and water supply have been the controlling factors that allowed the colonisation of this planet and civilisation to multiply and prosper. However as history has shown to be controlled by the environment results in shortages of basic commodities causing extreme famine and devastating results to the human race.
With the last census in the United States of America alone advising of over 46 million people living below the poverty line, and comparing to the fact in parts of third world countries including Africa, poverty is actually declining, something needs to be introduced to help turn the evolution around, for the better of all mankind.
Advanced Algal Technologies Limited (AAT), an Australian owned and operated company specialise in algae cultivation and production via world first modular technology.
The infrastructure costs of their modular system are relatively low compared to the returns from cultivating algae, which has enabled AAT to be signing multiple joint venture agreements with international companies in countries including China, Dubai and Bolivia, with the intention of producing algae and protein whilst reducing Carbon Dioxide and connecting with a water desalination system that has the ability to treat Coal Seam Water, which in order will produce water that is clear and able for human consumption. For example, in China, the modules will be placed in specific areas where carbon dioxide emissions are at their highest levels.
The future for algae production in the world is seen and believed to be an extremely viable and positive endeavor, as the coal seam industry can supply the water required to cultivate the species of algae, which is required to enable a commercial success to grow algae. This in turn will produce renewable fuel and high protein animal feeds. There are three simple components required in order to ensure a successful output, which are flat land, water and sunshine, otherwise known as the main components around the coal seam fields. The best part about the water element is that the quality is not an issue as algae can grow in fresh water, bore water and salty water up to the density of sea water.
The modular system will be an unlimited and sustainable method to feed humanity. World first technology that eliminates the vagaries of climate, drought, and pestilence which can be adopted by any country in any geographical location. This technology has the ability to control the environment, in any location over the world and deliver the highest sort after products for the survival of mankind including reliable high protein food, fuel, animal feeds and pharmaceuticals.
“I not only see our algae modules as a solution to help reduce emissions, but to increase our production in animal feed but to produce protein for human consumption. This in turn will be a life cycle system. Algae produces animal feed, which will produce protein for human consumption and humans will manage the production of the Algae. This is remarkably simple but a world breaking technology that I believe will help solve the mankind’s biggest problem – survival!” Said Mr Xie, CEO of Fuzhou Xiangli Enterprise Management.
The conveyor system modular is environmentally controlled 24-7, uses a unique PVC fabric on a belt that is designed to maintain moisture and increase surface area for mass algae cultivation and has superseded the more commonly-known method of growing algae - open ponds, whilst producing perfect algae continuously. The modular system will sequester 7.5 tons of carbon dioxide per day during the growth of the algae.
AAT’s technology, on one hectare of land produce over 250,000 tons of high protein (45percent) food along with 73 million litres of ethanol fuel and sequester over 390,000 tons of carbon dioxide from our atmosphere per year.
As AAT’s modules produce sustainable products including protein for human consumption, their brother company Bio De Sal has the ability to connect to the modules and recycle the water being used and evaporated, which will go through a desalination process and produce quality water that is ready for human consumption. AAT assure that the modules will be controlled, treated and placed on previously un-used open land, and will not harm any flora and fauna, reducing any environmental impact as known by other current technologies used.
“After showcasing our first commercial scaled module at the Australian Sustainability Conference in Darling Harbour, we really believe our products can and will deliver a highly viable and sustainable way of reducing poverty in the most needed countries. The potential of our modules and products is endless.” Says Kevin Murphy.
At last, this ground breaking technology provides the path for humanity to be reliant on themselves and paves the way for the future of survival.
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Picture: One third of AAT’s the full commercial scaled module.