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Per unit of mass, microalgae are the most efficient photosynthesizing plants.
Microalgae consist of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and nucleic acids, not lignin, hemicellulose and cellulose as in higher plants.
Microalgae systematically collect solar energy, sequesters carbon atoms, and released oxygen.
Every day, while microalgae captures CO2 and releases pure oxygen, the green biomass supplies food for 100 times more organisms than any other food source on Earth.
Microalgae’s ability to adapt quickly in order to survive led to an estimated 10 million species, each with unique growth capabilities and biomass composition.
Microalgae may have been the first free lunch because many species developed the capacity to double their biomass before midday.
A single microalgal cell may create a million offspring in a day.
Microalgae photosynthesis strips CO2 and nutrients from the surrounding water and produces plant biomass made up of various forms of lipids (oils), protein and carbohydrates.
Microalgae can quickly consume the available ions in natural settings such as lagoons.
Humble microalgae help save our planet by sequestering 1.8 pounds of CO2 in every pound of microalgal biomass.
Our atmosphere is overloaded with CO2, which is naturally recycled or sequestered with microalgae production. Food crops will fail with global warming, but microalgae flourish in heat.
Co-locating microalgae production on farms or municipal waste sites enable microalgae to transform these expensive waste streams from a cost to profit center that provides energy, animal feed and rich organic fertilizer.
Why Powell Water Microalgae System (PWMAS) Microalgae?
Patent Number: US 10,358,361 B2
Issued to: Scott Wade Powell
Powell Water Systems, Inc.
Powell Water Microalgae System - (PWMAS)