Phosphorus recovery according to industry annalists is going to be a crucial area of focus in waster water treatment in the coming decades. However it is not because phosphorus is a pollutant but quite the opposite. Phosphorus rock supplies are dwindling and it is a crucial resource for agriculture and food processing. Its extraction from the waster water systems of the world is becoming not profitable and as a result become a standard feature in future plants. The company Ostara based out of Canada is one of many nutrient recovery providers in the world. Their PEARL® Nutrient Recycling Process, reduces the amount of pollutants released into the environment, helps sewage treatment plants reduce operating costs and meet environmental regulations and provides municipalities with revenue from the sale of the recycled fertilizer.
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