Cattails are an EPA-approved tertiary treatment option used in hundreds of facilities around the US. Cattails grow wild in nutrient enhanced waterways around the world. Engineered marshes can be harvested and processed into bioethanol.
Blume biological remediation solutions utilize cattails (an ideal fuel feedstock) to clean particulate discharge related to waste water treatment systems.
Cattails on the left are wild, while the larger yields on the right are due to nutrients in the bioremediation process.
Municipalities can make their own fleet fuel, or delegate to a third party, while meeting new stringent EPA guidelines.
- Proven – Widely accepted, often used bioremediation solution in US
- Regulatory compliance – meets EPA guidelines for estrogenic and phosphor discharge cleanup
- Yields valuable co-products including high-protein animal feed.