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The current phase is the growing of a selected algae strain in photo bio-reactors, utilizing the carbon dioxide (CO2) flue gas coming from the exhausts of the generators, (with the aid of sunlight and some nutrients, through the process of photosynthesis) to sequestrate the environmentally harmful CO2 emissions and produce high value compounds like vegetable oil which can be used directly as a bio fuel instead of diesel and or jet fuel, carbohydrates and protein to be used in the animal feed industry and the release of oxygen back into the atmosphere.
These measures will help avert further deterioration of natural resources, sequestrate the carbon and reduce the emission of greenhouse gases, improve local pasture and forestry resources, promote better understanding of problems related to climate change impact and contribute to local and regional sustainable development.
Gordon was trying to Gordon was trying to sequestrate his brother and sequestrate his brother and sister-in-law as a result, which sister-in-law as a result, which could have led to them could have led to them losing their home, Boquhan Estate, near Stirling.
Instead of throwing out meaningless phrases like "being found guilty in the court of popular opinion" why haven't we made laws to sequestrate the assets of these criminals and sent in the police?
They raised a petition at the civil court in Inverness to sequestrate Whyte, who lives in Castle Grant, Grantown-on-Spey, Moray.
I believe a course can be followed that will effectively sequestrate Webster and then eventually transfer certain assets to Claire's family.
The probe into King began two years ago and recently ended at the South African High Court where authorities were granted the right to sequestrate his assets.
Obviously, I wouldn't want to sequestrate Mr Devine and leave him homeless.