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The Algae Phoenix Rises: Biofuel Down, Concrete Up

28 Mar 2023 | Abstracted from Clean Technica

Called coccolithophore "tiny little microalgae that form calcium carbonate shells...grow really rapidly...in seawater. What’s really exciting is that growing calcium carbonate is a form of carbon capture and storage

"In contrast to traditional portland cement, Prometheus Materials’ microalgae-based bio-cement emits little-to-no CO2 and recycles 95% of the water used during its production...the bio-concrete has the ability to sequester embodied



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