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Alternative concept of urban greening


Microalgae are microscopic, single-celled organisms that can convert sunlight and carbon dioxide into energy through photosynthesis. They have the ability to grow rapidly and can accumulate high levels of lipids or other compounds of interest, such as proteins, pigments, or antioxidants. These compounds can have various applications in industries such as biofuel production, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food.

Microalgae Marina Pontoons: Greening Cities, Cleansing Waters Sustainable Urban Revolution!

The project aims to improve water quality and create a sustainable solution for sea and river water by utilizing floating pontoons equipped with microalgae cultivation systems.

These pontoons are designed to harness the natural capabilities of microalgae, which have the unique ability to absorb nutrients and pollutants from the water and air.

The pontoons provide a controlled environment for the growth of microalgae, utilizing sunlight and nutrients in the water.
These pontoons not only contribute to the reduction of water and air pollution but also provide an alternative, sustainable method for greening urban environments.


Sustainable Biofuel

Microalgae have high oil content, which can be extracted and converted into biodiesel or other biofuels. Compared to traditional biofuel crops like corn or soybeans, microalgae can produce significantly higher yields of oil per unit of land, and they can grow in non-arable land or wastewater, reducing competition with food crops.

Carbon Dioxide Sequestration

Microalgae are efficient photosynthesizers that consume carbon dioxide during growth. They have the potential to capture and utilize large amounts of CO2 from industrial flue gases or other emission sources, helping to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change.


Some microalgae species, such as Spirulina and Chlorella, are rich in proteins, essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They are considered as highly nutritious food sources and can be used as dietary supplements or incorporated into functional foods.

Wastewater Treatment

Microalgae can be used in wastewater treatment processes to remove nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus through their ability to absorb and assimilate these compounds. This helps in the purification of wastewater and reduces environmental pollution.

Pharmaceutical Applications

Microalgae produce a wide range of bioactive compounds, including pigments, polysaccharides, polyunsaturated fatty acids, and antimicrobial agents. These compounds have potential applications in the pharmaceutical industries for the development of drugs, dietary supplements, and.emissions and combat climate change.

Sustainable Aquaculture

Microalgae are essential as a primary food source for many aquatic organisms, including fish larvae, shellfish, and shrimp. Their cultivation can support the sustainability and efficiency of aquaculture by providing a nutritious and environmentally friendly feed source.

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