Friday, May 7, 2010

Bugs Eat Ammonium Leaving Methane Gas Behind


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Can you say clean energy? The article linked below describes the use of a new type of bacteria that can consume ammonium in the absence of oxygen, a process that may reduce the energy costs associated with most water treatment plants. The by product? Methane gas. Which can be used to fuel an on site power plant that may even be a net contributor to the power grid!


Pretty cool hey?


Read the whole thing


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