Presenter Information

Owen LangFollow

Major

Environmental Science

Anticipated Graduation Year

2021

Access Type

Open Access

Abstract

This project was an attempt to make a microbial fertilizer using the remediated biodiesel waste water from the Searle Biodiesel Lab at Loyola. This was done using fish waste that was collected from the aquaponics system that is run by Urban Agriculture. The overall scope of this project is to get to the point of having zero waste coming out of the biodiesel lab, and utilizing everything within IES to the fullest extent.

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Zach Waickman

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Assessing Remediated Waste Water Modifications for Use as a Microbial Fertilizer in Urban Agriculture

This project was an attempt to make a microbial fertilizer using the remediated biodiesel waste water from the Searle Biodiesel Lab at Loyola. This was done using fish waste that was collected from the aquaponics system that is run by Urban Agriculture. The overall scope of this project is to get to the point of having zero waste coming out of the biodiesel lab, and utilizing everything within IES to the fullest extent.