Manufacturing cement products creates a lot of carbon dioxide, but it can be used to grow one of nature’s greenest sources.
The cleantech company is helping heavy industrial emitters convert CO2 into revenue.
You can even eat it when you’re done…if you’re a fan of seaweed-flavoured Jello.
Overload has fed harmful algae blooms that have fouled drinking water and killed fish.
Studies are underway to determine the impact of microplastics along the food chain.
Plant will use oil sands CO2 emissions to turn algae into fuel, fertilizer and livestock feed.