Once a tanker is filled with algae and liquid, the tanker goes to the North Lee County Reverse Osmosis Plant, where a separate work site has been established to process the material. Liquids and solids are separated in a mobile treatment unit. The liquids are treated to DEP specifications and transferred into an existing 5 million gallon holding pond before it is pumped into a deep-injection well. The well is 2,600 feet below ground and is below the confined drinking water aquifer. Solids are transported to the Lee County Landfill located in Hendry County. During the weekend the County processed 30,000 gallons of algae material. The County expects to process about 200,000 to 300,000 gallons as part of this test program.