The Algae Biomass Organization is organizing some exciting tour and networking opportunities for attendees of the 2016 Algae Biomass Summit. Kick off the week with a valuable forum on algae technologies in wastewater treatment, and conclude the Summit with a first-hand look at the latest progress in technical and commercial developments at some of the premier industry facilities at Arizona State University. All tours offer invaluable networking opportunities with industry colleagues.
Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation Tour
See first-hand one of the nation’s most advanced test beds for new algae technologies, cultivation techniques and product development during this exciting tour of the Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation (AzCATI) and Arizona State University's Polytechnic campus.
AzCATI’s facilities in Mesa, Arizona and through their DOE supported Algae Testbed Public Private Partnership network (ATP3), are providing a number of commercial and academic partners the testing and evaluation facilities needed to bring about the next generation of algae-derived biofuels, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, and other algae biomass co-products.
Tour attendees will hear from key AzCATI researchers and collaborators about the full range of capabilities at the disposal of AzCATI partners, including AzCATI’s impressive technology testing facilities that include open ponds and photobioreactors, Biosafety Level 2 (BSL2) greenhouse cells and a four-acre outdoor field site.
AzCATI’s advanced Infrastructure for analytical, harvesting, dewatering, and product extraction equipment makes this facility an unparalleled hub for research and commercialization. Read more about AzCATI and our ATP3 networked capabilities here and here.
An evening reception will provide tour attendees a chance to discuss the day’s events and conclude the Summit networking with colleagues over libations and hors d'oeuvres.
This tour is a must for those interested in experiencing the latest in algae technology development!
Your Summit registration name badge will be required for entry along with a second photo i.d. in case of random security checks. Business attire with comfortable walking shoes is encouraged.
Algae for Wastewater Treatment Forum
Sunday October 23, 2016
Renaissance Glendale Hotel & Spa
Price: $100 for ABO and WEF members, $175 for non-members (WEF members contact Kathryn Printz at email@example.com for your discount code!)
The Water Environment Federation (WEF), AZ Water Association (AZ Water), and the Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) have partnered to present, in conjunction with the 10th Annual Algae Biomass Summit,
State regulators, municipalities and other industrialized jurisdictions are increasingly moving toward tertiary wastewater treatment as a means to mitigate the environmental impacts of nitrogen, phosphorus, heavy metals and other components of traditional wastewater treatment systems. However, traditional tertiary systems are an expensive and energy intensive proposition prohibitive for most jurisdictions.