Pond scum for fuel

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A Colorado company is growing pond scum on Southern Ute Indian tribal land for biofuels energy, reports the Durango Herald. “We are using the oil that algae create for diagnostic purposes right now,” Douglas Henton, chief executive officer of Solix Biofuels tells the newspaper. “Our commerical partners are testing it to see how suitable it is in different (fuel) conversions.”

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