Use of Marine Macroalgae for the Treatment of Municipal Wastewaters and Biomass Production for Animal Feed

@inproceedings{Qiu2016UseOM,
  title={Use of Marine Macroalgae for the Treatment of Municipal Wastewaters and Biomass Production for Animal Feed},
  author={Shuang Qiu and Shijian Ge and Pascale Champagne and R Meldrum Robertson},
  year={2016}
}
Similarly to microalgal treatment systems, macroalgae are considered another promising approach for wastewater treatment, and could also ultimately provide an alternative animal food source in addition to a biofuel feedstock. Their large size and/or tendency to grow as dense floating mats or substrate-attached turfs lead to lower separation and drying costs than microalgae. In this study, the common macroalgae species of Ulva lactuca was used to investigate the capacity of macroalgae to treat… CONTINUE READING

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