COURTESY OF JILL HUMMELS/THE CAPITAL-JOURNAL
Belinda Sturm, assistant professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering, left, supervises KU students Luigi Basalo and Marie-Odile Fortier as they collect a water sample from a 2,500-gallon holding tank where algae is being grown.

This is another great use for our waste water storage tank rentals in Los Angeles!  Kansas University is taking contaminated water that would be going into the Kansas River and using it to grow a kind of algae that is turned into biofuel.  What a great idea!  People have been turning waste into fuel for a long time and this is another great way to do it.  Nothing makes us happier than keeping waste water, storm runoff and hazardous waste materials out of the local waters and in our rental frac tanks.  Read the whole story here.

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