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Recovery and reuse of phosphate 2

Dutch water company Waternet is at the forefront of phosphorus recovery from sewage, a key fertiliser input. A new phosphate recovery unit, the largest in Europe, recently installed Amsterdam-West will produce 1,000 tons of phosphate per year. This is then used in commercial fertilisers, reducing the need to mine finite phosphorus rock.


Read more at

http://www.dutchwatersector.com/news-events/news/7635-europe-s-largest-phosphate-recovery-installation-under-construction-at-wwtp-amsterdam-the-netherlands.html

http://www.kennislink.nl/publicaties/nieuwe-fosfaatfabriek-waternet-in-bedrijf