Company researching lake algae adds office

CELINA – Algaeventure Systems, the Marysville-based company conducting the silica test on Grand Lake and researching how to turn algae into a biofuel, now has an office at 1049 West Bank Road.
Chad Hummell, Algaeventure’s manager of government, industries and collaborations, on Wednesday said the house is being used for a satellite office and may become a small lab this winter.

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