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    Fertiliser from phosphorus-containing ashes

    More than 90% of the world’s phosphorus reserves are outside Europe. For this reason, Germany regulates the recovery of phosphorus by law. As the amended Fertiliser Regulation restricts direct soil-bound recycling of sewage sludge containing phosphorus, many disposal companies will be forced to establish alternative recycling methods. Phos4green is a two-stage method that extracts phosphorus from sewage sludge ash and converts it into ready-to-use fertiliser granulates.

    cpp - chemical plants & processes, Issue 02/2019 (Konradin Verlag Robert Kohlhammer GmbH), p. 38 - 39

    Author: Jan Kirchhof, Senior Sales Manager Process & Plant Engineering, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik

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