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Greenline

Sat, Nov 20, 2010

Technology, World

The actual process/ technology was under WIPO patent pending nº : WO2008010737A1, and the inventor is Antonio Manuel Cardoso Marques Ferreira, the actual owner and CEO of VALORSABIO, Lda.

The GREENLINE is a solution to grow microalgae and uses for the case transparent and vertical tubes. The tubes are set in rows and interconnected by collectors at the ends (top and bottom collectors). The solution uses several rows in series in order to achieve: 1) the required efficiency for a specific microalgae growing and corresponding effect; 2) for collecting as must light as possible using the less possible optimized foot print.

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