HUNDREDS of jobs could be created as algae blooms in the Shoalhaven.

The Algae Tec test facility on Bomaderry’s Manildra site was officially turned on during a ceremony yesterday, sparking the beginning of a test phase to verify whether algae can be viably produced as a commercial fuel source.

Algae Tec chairman Roger Stroud was confident the process was not only viable but could quickly be expanded to about 2000 shipping containers growing algae in optimised conditions on land near Bolong Road. Read More

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