On-Location Nutrient Remediation, Recycling and Repurposing Program

HOUSTON - July 11, 2020 - PRLog -- Harmful algae blooms in waterways are affecting fishing, swimming, tourism, real estate values and local economies and have been determined to be health risk to humans and animals.

Decades of research, testing and monitoring harmful algae blooms have not fixed these devastating water quality problems. They worsen every year.

The goals of our On-Farm Nutrient Remediation, Recycling and Repurposing Pilot Test Program are to help remediate and reduce nutrient run-off at at non-point sources before entering waterways. The National Algae Association, in collaboration with farmer nutrient stewardship professionals, is facilitating pilot tests bringing together algae remediation and production technologies with nutrient stewardship farmers to help remove and reduce
N & P effluent and liquid manure at farm drainage systems and use it to grow algae for biofertilizer that can be recycled to the farm as well as other potential products.

States, counties, algae task forces, lake associations, watershed and coastal authorities are interested in remediation technologies proven outside the lab, scalable and economically feasible for many different types of waterways.

If your technologies qualifies or if you wish to participate as a stakeholder, please feel free to contact. http://nationalalgaeassociation.com
Tags:Nutrient Runoff
Location:Houston - Texas - United States
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