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Handbook on Phosphorus Recycling in Wastewater Treatment Plants in Japan: Optimizing Design of Phosphorus Resource Recovery from Biosolids and Waste Water

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There are three very important elements necessary for phosphorus resource recovery: properties of wastewater treatment plants, phosphorus recycling technology, and users' needs. We think that phosphorus recycling advances only after all three elements are functioning effectively. Then, we prepared a flow chart of the studies of these elements, and arranged phosphorus recycling technology for the HAP method, MAP method, ash alkali extraction method and partially-reduced method, which are results of fertilizer registration in Japan. The research results have been summarized in the Handbook on Phosphorus Recycling, which has been prepared for sewage works administrators.
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Keywords: HAP method; MAP method; Phosphorus recycling technology; alkali extraction method; fertilizer; incineration ash; partially-reduced method; wastewater treatment plant

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2011-01-01

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