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The following photos and videos feature photobioreactor processes designed and deployed by Greenskill consultants.

More coming soon...

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Blue Green Biotech, Sherwood Forest, Nottingham (1984). Internally illuminated 1000 litre Photobioreactor (PBR) coupled to the anaerobic digestion of chicken manure.

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Severn Trent Stoke Bardolph Sewage treatent works (1993). 5000 litre Biocoil PBR maintaining an antoflocculating consortia of algae (Chlorella & Scenedesmus), bacteria and aquaric fungi, performng tertiary nutrient (N&P) removal.

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 Persepective Algae 1994. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_vrB1ppMHg

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Tomorrows World 1993. Perkins deisel engine generator fueled by algae powder produced in a Biocoil PBR.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7N8uBV1byE

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Dorking Laboratories (1994). Spirulina cultivation in airlift Biocoil PBRs.

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Potato starch wastewater conversion using a two stage PBR process with anaerobic photosynthetic bacteria pretreatment followed by Chlorella/Scenedesmus polishing (1994).

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Cork, Ireland (1995). Conversion of digestate from thermophilically  digested chicken manure using photosynthetic bacteria and algae PBRs.

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Sines, Portugal (1995). Two stage Biocoil PBR production of Beta Carotene from Dunaliella.

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Sherwood Forest Tilapia, Nottingham (2000). Intensive Tilapia production using a 100% water recycle system employing microalgal biofilms within the roof structure. Fish wastewater was circulated over a microalgal biofilm community colonising the inner walls of structured roofing sheets. Clean, heated and oxygenated water was returned to the fish growout tanks.  Probably the World's first living building using microalgae. 

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David Miliband with Photobioreactors (PBR) in the Houses of Parliament. 2006

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PBRs in the Science Museum (2007).

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Plymouth (2007). 4000 litre roof mounted PBR.

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Bubble column PBRs. UV induction trials

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16,000 litre carbon capture PBR, Nottingham 2008-2015

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Coming soon.... subject to IP clearance. Tertiary sewage treatment and heavy metal removal from acid mine drainage using microalgal biofilms.  Plants currently in operation.

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