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This Little Piggie Went Wee Wee Wee

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Credit: dusanpetkovic1/Adobe

By Jeremy Ayre & Navid Moheimani

Microalgae strains that can survive the extreme conditions in piggery effluent could not only clean up the wastewater but also reduce greenhouse emissions, provide a source of biofuel and even be fed back to the pigs.

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