Tag Archive for: phosphorus recycling

Meet the Glatt PHOS4green experts at the POWTECH 2019 Hall 3 / 3-249

Glatt Ingenieurtechnik will be presenting a market-ready process at POWTECH that fulfils the legal obligation of German waste disposal companies to recover phosphorus. In the first step of the two-stage “PHOS4green” process, a suspension is produced from the phosphate-containing ash. The suspension is then spray granulated in the fluidised bed. This results in fertiliser granulates that are available to plants and soil, which can be discharged, filled and delivered directly.

Formulation For Success – Fluid Bed Systemes as Key for the Production of Speciality Fertilizers

From improving durability and flowability through dust reduction to a pronounced depot effect or a targeted nutrient supply via better active ingredient distribution, fluidised bed technology can deliver many benefits. The shape and size of the fertilizer granules can be determined within a defined range. The quantity of fertilizer components delivered to the soil can be adapted optimally, and significantly higher product qualities can be achieved. Solubility and protection against external influences can also be markedly improved.

PHOS4green presented at the State Association of the Recycling Industry Saxony e. V. in Leipzig

Phosphorus recovery on the agenda at State Association of the Recycling Industry Saxony on November 13, 2018 in Leipzig. “High-performance fertilizer from sewage sludge ash”: this was the title of a presentation by Jan Kirchhof, Senior Sales Manager Process & Plant Engineering, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH, Weimar, as part of the program on “Phosphorus Recycling – Opportunities and Challenges in Saxony”.

Phosphate fertilizer from sewage sludge ash

The amended Sewage Sludge Ordinance gradually restricts direct agricultural utilization and requires operators of large sewage treatment plants to recover the phosphate bound in sewage sludge and ashes. A new approach makes it possible to fully recycle sewage sludge ashes and make the phosphate available for standard and compound fertilizers. (article in German language)

Phosphorus Recycling – Sustainable Growth Formula

Phosphorus recovery: Glatt Ingenieurtechnik has developed an innovative process that converts sewage sludge ash economically and without waste into fertilizer granules that can be marketed directly. (Article in German)