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Converting the algae harvested from our revolutionary new bioreactor grow tanks into products that are normally produced using petroleum can store the captured carbon while helping to reduce our dependence on foreign oil.
Power Plants emitting Greenhouse Gas emissions are major contributors to global climate change and are the potential benefactors of our algae-based CO2 mitigation technology.
Blue-Green algae is nature’s own Greenhouse Gas filter. By feeding flue stack gases to our special strain of algae, the algae consumes the carbon, nitrogen and other pollutants in the gases, using them as building blocks and food to grow more algae!
With CO2 and the optimal mix of light and nutrient, algae has the potential to turn all fossil fuels into a clean energy source!
The harvested algae can be converted into high value products that would normally be produced using petroleum .
We are a small tech startup company in Maryland that has developed a unique process
to remove CO2 and other pollutants from smoke stack flue gases using algae. While
others are working on similar systems, ours implements proprietary technologies and
techniques that they are still trying to understand and develop.
We have verified our research with the assistance of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences, and we are presently mitigating CO2, NOx & other Greenhouse Gas emissions on an Industrial Scale.
Our Passion… “Clean Energy from Fossil Fuels”
The reduction of Greenhouse Gas emissions using algae!
HY-TEK Bio was awarded $160,000 from the Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) Program under a two-phase project. With the addition of $20,000 from HY-TEK Bio , the project allowed the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences (UMCES) to test and verify HY-TEK Bio’s clean energy technology during the past two years. Additionally, the City of Baltimore contracted with HY-TEK Bio to perform a demonstration of its technology. HY-TEK Bio is currently mitigating Greenhouse Gas emissions from a portion of the exhaust gases produced by the City’s methane-fired three-megawatt generators at the Back River Waste Water Treatment Plant.