Time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Location: Sol Resnick Conference Room, WRRC
Speaker: Dr. Kim Ogden, Professor, UA Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering
The Southwest is under consideration for production of fuel from plants and algae due to the long days and ample sunlight. However, water is an issue for sustainable production. This presentation will focus on the potential for using algae and sweet sorghum as feedstocks for biofuels in the Southwest. Strategies for reducing water usage, recycling water and using wastewater for cultivation will be highlighted.
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