The university owns the machines to grow, harvest, filter, and fertilise algae in the production of bio fuels. The aim of the project is to communicate a feasible closed loop economy based on the infrastructure of algae processing. As the production facilities are distributed around the city, special ‘cargo bike’ vehicles harvest and filter on site, in public view. The regular daily visits, transporting and filtering the of precious cargo over time, become an everyday urban spectacle.
 
Flocculation is a filtering process pumping microscopic air bubbles into algae-water, carrying Algae particles to the water surface to be swept into the container. The Evodos Type 10 centrifuge with spiral plates is the most efficient form of centrifugal algae separation. The Algae container is also the dryer, operating while cruising, using the airflow around the vehicle.