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What makes algae a good source of biofuels?
- Algae can produce between 2,000-5,000 gallons of fuel per acre, far more than any other renewable feedstock.
- Algae can grow on marginal, or non-crop, land, so they don’t compete with valuable agricultural land.
- They can grow in brackish, salt- or polluted water, so they don’t require freshwater resources.
- They consume carbon dioxide (CO2) and emit oxygen as they grow, so they help reduce the total amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.
For more interesting information on algae, please go to www.allaboutalgae.com.
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