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1 Mr. Tőzsér, Béla- EU eng., Bioeng., Planner, EU REA,EACI,Eurostar expert Ms. Szabó, Réka-MSc. In Eng. And Management, environmental management Mr. Miklós, Gábor Károly-MSc. In Eng. And Management, energetics Envirosan DC H-7100 Rizling str.11, POB.199. +3674511804, envsan@t-online.hu, www.envizont.eu

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4 1: Coupling to the industrial area of ​​ CO2, the CO2 wells, introduction of the raw materials (GHG gases, water, waste water, nutrients). 2: Coupling to the biogas, biofuel plant. 3: CO2 and special gases. 4: Photobioreactor – Production of human-animal-plant-food, biochemical, medication, etc.. 5: Biotechnological cell proliferation in the fermenter, SCE unit with high pressure CO2. 6: Storing biohydrogen, biogas, syngas products. 7: Biofuel production (biogas raw materials as well) in the photobioreactor. 8: Biooil storage. 9: Bio hydrogen production in the photobioreactor, (Algae excess to Biogas). 10: Biohydrogen tank,fuel cell. 11: For biohydrogen production coupled biomethane production. 12: For biogas production coupled biomethane-, biohydrogen. 13: Trigen energy unit (electrical, heating and cooling energy production)+ steam production. 14: Biohydrogen-, biogas-,biomethane-container. 15: Storage of biofuels and other products. 16: Laboratory, office, monitoring system, test operation. 17: Biohydrogen filling station.

5  1g algae produces 1,67kg O 2 /day  1 algae cell multiplies to 2 million within 2 weeks,  1g culture grows to 2 tons within 2 weeks,  on average 2 tons of CO 2 creates 1 ton of algae,  1 m 3 photobioreactor converts 80-90 kg of CO 2 daily and produces 40-45 kg of algae,  100 m 3 PBR alga mass created daily depending on algae species: 1500- 4500 kg, which specifically means 15-45 kg/m 3 /d,  875 litre of biodiesel can be extracted from 1500 kg of algae, which is enough to cover a distance of 17500 km by car,  100 m 3 PBR produces 4 kg /d HYDROGEN, i.e. 460 MJ (128 kWh) energy,  100 m 3 PBR produces 4500 kg of gasifiable energy algae daily, with a par value of 1350 kWh, specifically 13,5 kWh/d value,  825 kg of omega 3 fatty acid can be extracted from 1500 kg of algae,  the RDA of omega 3 fatty acid for an adult is 1,15 g,  a 100 m 3 reactor PBR can provide for 715 000 people,  1 ton of algae mass contains 750-900 kg of organic material with 300 kW bio-energetic potential,  the energy features of 1 ton of algae: 30- 35 GJ or 8,33 – 9,72 MWh,  utilisable max. energy value (cogen, trigen): 7,50-8,75 MWh/ton algae, of which electricity: 3 -3,5 MWh,  utilisable max. output:  kogen 0,30 MW el+th, 0, 125 MW el, 0,175 th,  trigen 0,30 MW el+th+co, 0,125 MW el, 0,088 th, 0,087 co.

6 a) Gases produced from microalgae:  biogas (CH 4 + CO 2 ),  synthesis gas (CO + H 2 ),  biohydrogen (H 2 ). b) Bioenergetics:  algae biodiesel from algae mass with the bioconversion of the produced carbon dioxide,  algae bioethanol from algae mass with the bioconversion of the produced carbon dioxide,  biogas from the processing waste, surplus increase and other organic materials (sewage sludge, municipal, agricultural organic waste), with the bioconversion of the carbon dioxide content of the biogas into algae mass, the increase of the marketable power generation,  biogas improvement into biomethane,  syngas,  biohydrogen,  bioelectrochemical energy storage with micro algae batteries,  butanol,  JP-8,  electricity,  heat energy,  cooling energy,  other algae based motor propellants and biorefinery products.

7 c) Biotechnology: c.1.) Food supply and foraging:  foodstuffs and food complements (unicellular proteins,  -acids, isosugars, algae starches, vitamins, enzymes, microelements in easily uptakeable forms),  animal fodders and complements (special cattle and ruminant fodders with by- pass proteins and acids, organic poultry fodders, small and farm animal functional, specific fodders),  young fish- fish- and crayfish fodders (fast growth, healthy animals, increase in fish pigmentation, increase in fish roe production),  food biocolourings (chlorophyll, carotene),  flavour and aroma concentrates made with supercritical extraction,  algae wines and vermouth,  algae soft drinks, ice creams.

8 c.2.) Health industry:  medicine base materials, algae, fungus and medicinal herb extracts (healing cancer, Parkinson-, Alzheimer-diseases, strengthen the immune system, super E- vitamin, antidotes for nuclear radiation, complex, holistic therapeutic agents),  surgical and dental algae silk,  fine chemicals, biopolymer production,  balneotherapy, wellness dermatological and dental hygiene products, cosmetics (rheumatic and skin therapy algae packs, thalassotherapy products, massage oils, micro algae soap, dental- and oral hygiene additives, alginates),  auxiliary materials for hospitals and microbiology laboratories (agar-agar, halo- halo, alginates),  medical leach feed. c.3.) Other products:  algae, plant- and fungus cell propagating matters, microorganism and algae stocks,  fine biochemicals (plant-and hypha progeny SCE- extracts) biosynthetic

9 d) Environment- and climate protection:  water-, soil and air protection products (sewage cleansing additives, heavy metal sorbents, bio filter charges for GHG – gases),  bio- and organic agricultural auxiliary materials (biofertilisers, biomanures, compost additives, biopesticides),  oxygen production (photosynthetic activity) and the increase of the decomposition of pollutants,  decrease of radioactivity with micro algae absorption, the use of radioactive isotopes,  decrease of the hormone and steroid pollution of waters,  heavy metal uptake (e.g. Chlorella uptakes cadmium),  acclimatisation, production, sewage treatment in spaceships and submarines,  waste management, hazardous waste neutralisation,  environment rehabilitation,  air pollution reduction,  absorption of CO 2 - and other green house gases.

10  technological and configuration development of microalgae reactors,  research on new species, active molecules and effective agent combinations,  technological transfer,  EU integrated programmes,  operation of laboratories, research centres and background institutions,  trade and logistics development, market research, international cooperation,  education.

11 UN statistical datas Microalgaes-2010 Name Market Production -billion USD- -tonns- Microlge as food Microalgae oil Cosmetics Biochemicals Fertilizer Enzyms

12  Carbon dioxide  Greenhouse gases  Wastewater from several facilities  Microalgae, micro-organisms, yeasts, fungus  medicinal, aromatical plant cells  strains, species suitable composition, high purity water (thermal, mineral, food industry wastewater)  specific growth mediums  biohydrogen  internal wastewater  fermentable organical waste, fermentable household-, restaurants-, hotels-, hospital wastes  crop production wastes, food and feed industry wastes, slaughterhouse fermentable wastes, fish processing fermentable wastes  wastewater treatment sludges  slurry, liquid manure

13  photobiocatalitical conversion of pollutant gases;  artificial photosynthesis  enhanced biological treatment of wastewater  enzymatical algae oil recovery and estherification,  ethanolation and refinery,  physico- mechanical transformation process of algae biomass  enhanced biotechnological site depollution  photobiocatalitical growth of microalgae and microorganisms,  fermentation growth of yeasts, mushrooms, fungus, plant cell growth  supercritical fluid extraction of active substances  physico- mechanical transformation (pellets, powder, nanoparticules, suspensions)  raw materials pretreatment  anaerobical digestion  biogas purification and membrane separation  biohydrogenation  digestat post treatment to liquid and solid biofertilizer  plasmolyse of non- used biofertilizer  gaseous fuel cell process  trigeneration (electricity, heat, cool) energy cycle  trigen unit flue gas  purification and cooling

14  photobioreactors algae (PBRA)  CO 2 and GHG bioabsorbtion reactors,  photosynthetical reactors (OPSR),  activated sludge reactors  microalgae straines duplicators  medium, chemicals dosing equipment  microalgae thickeners,deshydraters, dryers  storage tanks (strains, chemicals, medium, gases, biofuels)  biofuels auxiliary ( enzymatical oil recovery equipment and esteriphication for biodiesel; ethanolation and refinery equipment for bioethanol )  instrumentation, control and automation equipment  laboratory  containers  logistical equipment  industrial buildings  mobile containers  equipments for biotechnological depollution  photobioreactor for biohydrogen Hydralg (PBRH)

15  photolythic microorganisms  fermenters for yeasts, mushrooms, fungus  fermenters for plant callus cell growth (HTF)  SFE ovens (SCE)  enzymatic oil extractors, dryers  mechanical pretreatment equipments  intensified pre- and postdigesters (BR)  thickeners,deshydraters,  dryers  storage tanks for biofertilizer  membrane filters  gas purification and cooling equipments  gazometers  fuel cell (FC)  enhanced biomethan reactor (BMR)  bioenergetical auxiliary  (trigen unit, plasma unit)  electrical auxiliary ( network feeding)  heat energy auxiliary,  cooling energy auxiliary, pneumatical auxiliary (compressors, feeding in gas network)

16  realization of industrial high efficiency complexes for poverty reduction  sustainable environmental and climate protection development  sustainable bioenergetical development  innovative, competitive and integrated solutions for zero carbon emission with high economical efficiency  efficient use of local resources: water, organical waste, pollutant emissions (greenhouse gases, wastewater, sludges)

17  sustainable biotechnological production of specific foods, feeds, biopharmaceuticals for combating of cancer, AIDS, tropical diseases, enzimes, ferments, biopolimers, plant care protection, biocare products  provision of affordable energy for productive use and income generation  improvement of soil fertility, combating the desertification very short ROI (1,5 - 3 yrs)  sustainable contribution to realization of Millenium Development Goals of UN as well as end poverty and hunger, education of sustainable and integrate climate- environment- health protection(child, maternal health)  environmental sustainability (water,air, soil protection)  global partnership(multidisciplinarity) and sustainable development

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