Algae may fix Logan’s sewage mess

“It’s like killing two birds with one stone,” said Paul Israelsen, a research associate professor in USU’s electrical and computer engineering department. The algae cultivated in the lagoons is to be converted to methane and used as fuel for electrical generation and the phosphorus would be extracted to sell to fertilizer manufacturers and other industries.

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