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It’s Time to Set Uniform Algae Feedstock Standards

From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, September 21, 2011

As algae oil gears up to industrial scale production, we must develop uniform standards. Producers, refiners, distributors and the public face the same issues as late nineteenth century petroleum oil, as it diversified function and expanded volume, from its early role as a metal lubricant….

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