Australia’s Muradel refocuses on tires and biosolids away from microalgae

April 26, 2016 |

In Australia, Muradel is refocusing its commercial scale up of its Green2Black technology not using microalgae as it had been originally but instead using tires and biosolids from municipal waste as feedstock. The company had hoped to get production cost to under A$1 per liter but hadn’t managed to get it under A$9.9 per liter using microalgae. The expansion into new feedstocks is being funded thanks to a federal grant as well as A$500,000 from the South Australia government.

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