BrightWave’s innovative bioreactor systems grow lab-quality algae at industrial scale – the kind of scale required to have any significant impact on global challenges like meeting the demand for food, mitigating the effects of greenhouse gas emissions, or de-carbonizing fuels and supply chains. Why does that matter?
Bio-based products and ingredients are already replacing petroleum-derived ones. Algae and its byproducts are already used in food and in animal feeds. They’re used in a vast range of consumer and industrial products. But the world needs a lot more of it, and with a purity you’d expect to find in a lab.
Growing algae at a massive scale translates to meaningful emissions reductions. Algae-based CCU (carbon capture and utilization) not only reduces unavoidable emissions, the biomass it produces can be converted to products that further green a company’s supply chain.
“With BrightWave I can ramp up capacity, increase production, and do it without expanding my existing work area.”
Tom H., Outdoor algae grower