Production Of Microalgal Biomass Using Wastewater Reduces The Spread Of Antibiotic Resistance To Environment
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Production Of Microalgal Biomass Using Wastewater Reduces The Spread Of Antibiotic Resistance To Environment

Our contemporary society faces growing challenges related to energy production and waste management. In this context, technologies harnessing waste streams as resources for energy production are in demand. A promising example of such an approach is utilizing municipal wastewater for bioenergy production via microalgal biomass growth in photobioreactors. Wastewater use as a substrate in photobioreactors has proved economically feasible since large amounts of water and nutrients required for microalgal biomass production are readily available in this waste stream. In turn,...

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