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|Publisher||Federal Office for the Environment FOEN|
The increasing awareness of the finite nature of the non-renewable, non-substitutable resources of phosphorus has led governmental and private institutions to introduce processes to make the phosphorus in waste water utilisable as a raw material. Among the 30 processes available worldwide for phosphorus recovery, several have the potential to make a long-term contribution in a competitive market. The study provides information on these processes, but does not, however, provide an evaluation.
Last modification 15.02.2009