The problem is, good luck find a book that will explain in plain English how to build one, simply and easily. There are none. The only ones I could find expected you to have a Exxon-sized budget. The truth is, they can be built easily, and cheaply using parts found at your local hardware or home improvement store, or on the internet. In fact, you can get going and build an algae incubator for less than $35 bucks.
Who Would Benefit From This Book?
All PBR’s are scalable and can be built in different sizes
In short, they are the real deal.
The best part is, you can build these PBR’s yourself for a fraction of the cost.
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|I will make a prototype and share the knowledge obtained. You are so good by sharing this information. God bless you!|
|Arsenio AbellanaCebu, Philippines|
|As with all private innovation today, this technology will probably be suppressed and, or, made illegal by the power elite. Getting started now will give the head start that will surely be necessary for any type of success. God Bless the “garage” engineers!|
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