The new algae scraper that has been installed at the Mid City Music Festival in New Orleans is a real eye-opener for the festival’s organizers.
“This is not a hobby for us,” said festival co-owner and former musician Jay Gee.
“This is an investment in our future and our future music.
We want to create the best music we can.
We don’t want to just get a scrap of material and go home and scrap it.
It’s just a part of what we do.”
According to festival organizers, this is the first time in recent memory that a venue in New York City has had its own algae scrapper installed.
The scraper is located on the roof of the New Orleans Convention Center, near the food court, and the team that installed it is based out of Mid City.
The festival has been running under a new, much more limited schedule, but this scraper will allow the festival to keep its lights on for the rest of the weekend.
While the scraper won’t make it easy to clean up the festival after a few performances, the idea behind it is to provide a more environmentally friendly alternative for artists.
While the scrapping process takes a lot of energy and a lot less time than other scrappers, the team is hoping that the scrapper will make the festival more environmentally conscious.
Gee is quick to point out that this is not the first algae scrap to be installed at a music festival, but it’s certainly one of the most environmentally conscious of them all.
Gees and Gee believe that the festival is on the right track and that it will be a successful model for the city, as long as it’s implemented in a manner that promotes sustainability and a healthy economy.
“We’re a progressive city, and this is one of those progressive things that can create jobs and benefit the environment,” Gee said.
“It’s something that we can implement and really make it sustainable.”