Euronews reports that the Camporosso microalgae farm in northwestern Italy, part of the European “Saltgae” project, is developing and demonstrating the benefits of algae in wastewater treatment. Their facility, a biotechnological greenhouse fitted with 500-meter square long “Green Wall Panel” photobioreactors, is designed to create high photosynthetic efficiency. In this video, Silvio Mangini, technical manager of “Saltgae” explains how they are using microalgae to treat water from both the dairy and hide tanning industries.
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