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Problem European Decarbonisation

 The European union, has as its goal for the year 2030, achieve a removals net of 310 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent.

Covenant European green

The objective of the EU climate neutrality by 2050

Paris agreement

Need of limiting global warming to 1.5°C by the end of this century.

Objective 55

For 2030: to reduce emissions by at least 55% compared to 1990 levels.


ODS 13: Climate Action
ODS7: Energy affordable and clean energy
ODS 11: sustainable Cities and communities
ODS 12: Production and consumption responsible
SDGS 14 and ODS 15

Microalgae are positioned as a sink of CO2 highly promising, play a crucial role both in terms of sustainability and circular economy. Thanks to its ability to absorb and fix carbon dioxide during photosynthesis, these organisms do not only contribute significantly to mitigating climate change, but also generate biomass that can be used in a sustainable manner. By integrating strategically microalgae in the circular economy, maximizing your potential, taking advantage of its biomass for the production of biofuels and other useful products, which closes the cycle and reduces dependence on non-renewable resources. 

A raceway of 20x200m may absorb more of 4T CO2/month

The air loaded with CO2 is injected directly into the cultivation of microalgae resulting in a dissolution rate of 95%
During the process of photosynthesis, microalgae absorb the CO2 dissolved in the culture medium and convert it into biomass organic. This process is highly efficient in capturing CO2. For every gram of mass of algae produced, consumed 1.8 grams of CO2
The production of microalgae achieves performance close to 100 tons of biomass/Ha per year, which result in a capture of CO2 close to 180 tons of CO2 removal per hectare and year. Comparing them with the performance of the forests, whose productivity ranging between 10 and 40 Tonnes of biomass/Ha per year and have a capacity of CO2-fixation is much lower than it is concluded that the microalgae have a 60% higher efficiency than the forests.

Possibility of reuse of more than 90% of the water used

In the specific context of the cultivation of microalgae for the decarbonization, it is essential to note the remarkable environmental efficiency of this process, which is achieved reuse up to 90% of the water used.
This fact, in consequence, not only drives the sustainability of the cultivation of microalgae, but it provides an eco-friendly approach and economically viable for this innovative process.

Waste Zero

During the process of decarbonization through the cultivation of microalgae, it generates a biomass algal highly revalorizable with applications in the food, drug use or cosmetic, as well as in the production of biostimulants agricultural and the production of biofuels.

Microalgae have a unique capacity to purify the air by absorbing various atmospheric gases. In addition to the carbon dioxide (CO2), the microalgae can capture and use of gases such as sulfur dioxide (SO2) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) present in the air.
These gases, which are emitted by various industrial activities and vehicles, are known to contribute to the air pollution have adverse effects on human health and the environment.
Likewise, the microalgae have an extraordinary capacity for purifying the air by removing polluting compounds from human activity daily, formaldehyde, volatile organic and inorganic and particulate matter.


Capacity Purification of microalgae

Effectiveness CO2
Effectiveness HCHO
Effectiveness TVOC
Effectiveness PM10
Effectiveness PM2'5
Effectiveness PM1
Effectiveness CO
CO2: Carbon dioxide. Recommended values between 400 and 600 ppm. In the interior, the figure tends to move up due to lack of ventilation and a greater concentration of people.
HCHO: Formaldehyde. Recommended less of 27ppm. Many of the common products such as cosmetics, glues, soaps, gels and creams, bath, shampoos, etc.... release formaldehyde. It is of the pollutants most harmful to health, along with the Tvoc.
Tvoc: Volatile organic compounds. Can come from a variety of natural and manmade sources such as paints, varnishes, furniture, cosmetics, perfumes, nail Polish...
PM 10, 2’5 and 1: Particulate matter 1, 2’5, and 10 microm. Dust that floats in the air from various backgrounds. Recommended maximum value 20 ɱgr/m3
CO: Carbon monoxide. From the smoke of tobacco, engines,boilers, heaters, stoves .

Applications of the biomass of algal

The biomass of algal derived from microalgae and macroalgae, presents several applications that span multiple sectors. In the field of nutrition, algae are used as ingredients, nutritious and rich in minerals, contributing to the development of food products as healthy. In the pharmaceutical industry, the properties of bioactive algae have attracted interest for the development of medications and supplements. In addition, microalgae are explored as a sustainable source for the production of biofuels, as their biomass can be converted into bioethanol, biodiesel and other renewable fuels. In the environmental field, the algae are used in bioremediation to purify contaminated waters and to capture CO2, thus contributing to the mitigation of climate change. These applications illustrate the versatility of the biomass of algal, highlighting its potential to address challenges in key sectors of sustainable and eco-friendly.