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Algae: A New Way to Make Biodiesel

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Photo of Ben Wen holding algae biodiesel that was produced using a new solid catalyst method.

Catalyst expert Ben Wen of United Environment & Energy (UEE) holds a sample of algae biodiesel that was produced using a new solid catalyst method that he and his colleagues recently developed.

Credit: Ben Wen, United Environment & Energy, LLC


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Photo of the UEE small-scale algae oil biodiesel production system that uses a solid catalyst.

This United Environment & Energy small-scale algae oil biodiesel production system uses a solid catalyst.

Credit: Ben Wen, United Environment & Energy, LLC


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