GSR-AD-BOLT and GSR-Flo processes provide products and services to the waste and wastewater generating point sources either creating nutrient effluents or limiting the expansion potential of certain businesses. Nutrient runoff from the agricultural sector has been blamed for algae blooms affecting natural water bodies across the globe. Excessive nutrient loads feeding algal blooms is a financial burden on drinking water treatment, hurt tourism and recreation industry, commercial fishing industry, property values, affects health of human, pets and environement as described below by environemental protection agency followed by the media stories about financial and environemental burdens of algae blooms:
GSR's process converts waste to organic fertilizer for our food growers, gardeners, fertilizer and soil amendments markets. Our patent pending technology outputs fertilizers that are balanced and complete fertilizers containing all three of the major nutrients, Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K) to provide food growers and gardeners a solid form of fertilizer for supplementing soil nutrients and building soil fertility. Unlike inorganic or chemical fertilizers, our special fertilizers provide other secondary micronutrients (calcium, magnesium etc.), and trace elements in addition to the primary NPK nutrients for healthy growth of plant leaves, stems, roots and resistance to diseases promoting healthy fruits and vegetables, and overall plant growth.
Algae-based Nutraceuticals market sector holds a broad category of products to benefit from our process including food supplements, antioxidants, high-protein additives, oil etc. Currently we are focused on serving high-growth, high-margin antioxidants and supplements markets. According to the 2016 Transparency Market Research, the global nutraceuticals market is predicted to register rapid growth in the years to come due to consumers' increasingly inclination towards healthy and nutritional food, dietary supplements, and beverages.
Algae-based products containing important nutrient contents
And can serve animal feed market sectors.
Our vision is to produce ‘drop in fuel’ that can compete with the fossil fuel / oil market. Algae-based drop-in biofuels sparked the interested of oil companies following the two decade long Aquatic Species Program launched in 1978 by President Jimmy Carter with a $25 million US DOE grant. Technologies have progressed worldwide to get closer to the vision of growing algae fuel and wean from limited oil supplies inflicted with regional conflicts.
Algae-based bioplastics are in early stage of development to serve the high demand bioplastics sector. Several types of bio-plastics opportunities in market include cellulose based plastics, poly-lactic acid, and bio-polyethylene. The newer addition to bioplastics would serve increasing demand for biodegradable alternative to the current conventional plastics.
A whole world of chemical molecules is starting to emerge from algal-based feedstock inputs encompassing bio-succinic acid (an alternative to phthalic anhydride, adipic acid, and maleic anhydride), arabinitol, aspartic acid, glucaric acid, levulinic acid, malic acids, sorbitol, succinic, Xylitol etc.