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Algae Growing, Harvesting, Extraction Tchnologies

Algae Growing, Harvesting, Extraction
Technologies and Networking Conference

May 19, 2011


Keystone Industrial Port Complex
One Ben Fairless Drive
Fairless Hills, PA 19030


Co-Sponsored by BARD Holding

In continuing its efforts to fast-track commercialization of algae production, the National Algae Association's next event on May 19, 2011 at BARD HOLDING, will focus on progress in growing, harvesting and extraction methods, along with proven technologies that are ready for commercial-scale algae production. NOAH, Drexel University and CBO Financial have been added to the agenda, which also includes an update on NAA's newly created Algae Oil Specs Committee and a tour of the BARD facility. Representatives from the University of New Hampshire, Millipore, BARD-ABS (JV), Aztek Solutions, Algae Venture Systems, Novak Druce and Solutions4CO2 are among the committed speakers. Fluid Imaging Technologies will provide free on-site algae oil analyses throughout the day.


National Algae Association's Algae Oil Specs Committee, comprised of AgriFuels LLC, Intertek, Bruker, University of Connecticut, Lone Star Community College, Baker Hughes, Santa Fe Community College and SRS, in its mission to create standards for algae oil, has started to integrate existing methods and testing specs with algae oil and biomass to develop complete, accurate, current, and tested standard specifications and end-use fuel, chemical and USDA/FDA grade guidelines for use in this emerging industry.


For additional information, please contact:


National Algae Association

4747 Research Forest Dr., Suite 180

The Woodlands, Texas 77381

936.321.1125

www.nationalalgaeassociation.com


Location:   Fairless Hills, PA
Dates:   May 19-19, 2011

Home Page URL:   www.nationalalgaeassociation.com


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