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编译服务: 工业污水治理 编译者: 王阳 编译时间: Feb 27, 2018 浏 览 量: 26

The much anticipated All-gas project brings together several European partners tocreate biofuel using algae grown from wastewater nutrients. WWi takes a look athow the project has accelerated and how the process could be retrofitted toexisting wastewater treatment plants along the Mediterranean belt.

预期的全天然气项目吸引了数个欧洲伙伴的注意, 利用废水养分中的藻类创造生物燃料。WWi研究了该项目如何加速, 以及如何将这一工艺改造地中海沿岸现有的污水处理厂。

Algae and in particular algal blooms have historically been considered a foe for thewater industry. Yet a European funded project in Spain has set out to provethat algae can actually be a best friend for wastewater and its inherentnutrients.

藻类, 特别是藻类的爆发历来被认为是水工业的敌人。然而, 在西班牙, 一个由欧洲资助的项目已经开始证明藻类实际上是废水及其固有养分的最好的朋友

In early December, the demo phase of the All-gas project was officiallyinaugurated as the largest site in the world for the production of biofuel fromalgae harvested using wastewater.

12月初, 全气项目的演示阶段正式开始, 成为世界上最大的用于利用废水收获藻类生产生物燃料的场所。

The Chiclana site inauguration attractedhigh-level visitors, including the European Union commissioner for energy andclimate change action, Miguel Arias Cañete

位于Chiclana的工厂吸引很多高级别的访问者,包括欧盟管理委员会能源与气候变化行动组的Miguel Arias Cañete

Frank Rogalla shows visitors why he believes“algae biofuel and water reuse synergy is a reality”.

Frank Rogalla向参观者展示藻类生物燃料以及水再利用的协同是如何成为现实的。

  
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