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PR Pick In a world-first

PR Pick In a world-first breakthrough technology developed over ten years at uses macroalgae and native Australian seaweed combined with sunlight to remove harmful nutrients from wastewater before it enters waterways


medianettweets Australia PR Pick: In a world-first, #PacificBio (#RegenAqua)’s breakthrough technology (developed over ten years at @jcu) uses macroalgae and native Australian seaweed combined with sunlight to remove harmful nutrients from wastewater before it enters waterways. Connecting organisations with the media for over 30 years. We share #MediaMovements, #MediaInsights & #PressReleases.

TiffoFisho Perth, WA, Australia Drought and subsequent flooding changes the #fish species richness, abundance and community structure within Australian waterways like the Coorong. Salinity and flow is critical in #estuarine environments. Qifeng Ye SARDI #ASFB2022 @AustSocFishBiol #SouthAustralia Interests: fish, fisheries, general science and travel. Researching deep-reef fish ecology and dabbling in deepwater fish taxonomy 🐟

IthaliiJackson Nairobi Can such techniques be applied to our Nairobi river to ensure its cleaner and with no plastic waste? @NairobiWater @SakajaJohnson Impactful #Entrepreneur || Coding Teacher || Servant Leader || 2022 independent MCA candidate Kileleshwa ward. Get in touch 07 73 37 95 51

theTiser Adelaide, South Australia A long-awaited $190m plan to release a potentially harmful virus to kill off pest carp in Australian waterways has been released – but scientists have concerns. #TheAdvertiser Adelaide news & features from The Advertiser & Sunday Mail. Facebook Subscribe Privacy:
fringetracker Meanjin would the @BillionOyster project translate to improving Australian capital waterways like Sydney Harbour or the Maiwar or Yarra Rivers? Astronomer - he/him







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