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IFAT 2020 | Environmental Impact in Recovering Phosphorus

Sewage sludge collects pollutants, but also nutrients, energy and minerals. These also include phosphorus. This finite resource must be recovered and recycled. The new Sewage Sludge Ordinance stipulates that by 2029, for example, 50% of the phosphorus demand must be recovered from wastewater.

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