About Us

Our Vision

As world population tops seven billion and resources are becoming scarce it becomes more costly to provide water, food and energy in a sustainable way.

Algae Enterprises is committed to the improvement of the world’s use of its scarce natural resources through application of its innovative technologies including (PAS) using algae to:

  • Manage wastewater without the use of grid power
  • Generate renewable energy and reduce greenhouse gases
  • Produce neutraceuticals more efficiently to improve human health
  • Produce higher plant yields for foods and ornamental uses

Ayal Marek, Director of Algae Enterprises, standing behind EPA Victoria Chief Executive Officer John Merritt representing Victorian Government Cleantech delegation to China during Signing ceremony of the Victorian Government MOU with Hunan province between EPA Victoria and Hunan EPD.



Algae Enterprises (AE) is part of the MIG group. We have an established track record of successful projects in wastewater re-use.

Our innovation is driven by a unique perspective of Algae as the perfect solar cell. With background in chemistry and photovoltaic research our scientists initiated cutting edge applied research resulting in patented improvements in algae production.

Our applications for algae include wastewater treatment, biofuels and high-value products, such as natural astaxanthin and omega-3 nutraceuticals for human consumption.

The AE team has expertise in interdisciplinary sciences and engineering, wastewater treatment, international development and business. We have active research contracts and technology validation carried out at major Australian Universities including Monash University and The University of New South Wales.



Our modular solutions can empower remote communities, providing them with independent local supply of energy, food and clean water.

We would like to offer our services to remote aboriginal communities and to rural populations in Africa, Asia and South America.

Algae Enterprises provides systems that can empower local indigenous people with improved production of food and energy. We see this as a source of employment, critical to address challenges faced by these communities, and as a leap towards self-sufficiency, improved production of food, energy and water by recycling resources considered as waste into productive sources for vibrant communities.  

Our technologies, focussed on saving energy, infrastructure and transport costs, can be scaled-up to industrial applications in remote communities, such as wastewater treatment plants and mining companies.

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