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Phosphorus has always been both a curse and a blessing. On the one hand, it is essential for all life forms and cannot be replaced by anything. On the other hand, wastewater treatment aims to minimize phosphorus concentrations in wastewater in order to minimize its discharge into rivers and lakes, where eutrophication caused by high phosphorus concentrations would lead to excessive plant growth. Phosphorus is extracted from rock phosphate deposits, which are finite and non-renewable.
And as the issue of resource conservation is the focus of attention worldwide, phosphorus must be used sustainably. This includes recycling of secondary phosphates, efficient extraction and treatment of raw phosphate as well as its efficient use.
Part II shows the possibilities and limitations of the elimination of phosphorus during the wastewater treatment. Various new technologies have been developed since its release, particularly in the area of phosphorus recovery. Phosphorus: Polluter and Resource of the Future discusses all aspects of both Phosphorus elimination and recovery and summarizes the latest state of Phosphorus recovery technologies.
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Chapter 1: Phosphorus the pollutant By. Paul J. Withers ; Paul J. Michael J. Bowes Michael J. Chapter 2: Phosphate pollution: A global overview of the problem By. Farmer A. Chapter 3: Phosphorus as a resource By. Kai M. Udert Kai M. Chapter 4: Phosphorus in wastewater By. Steffen Krause Steffen Krause. Chapter 5: Phosphorus removal in wastewater treatment plants By. John Bratby, Ph. Chapter 6: Total solids and phosphorus: A cross-linked topic? Matthias Barjenbruch ; Matthias Barjenbruch. Pamela Geyer Pamela Geyer.
Chapter 7: Effects of phosphorus removal in wastewater on sludge treatment processes and sludge dewatering By. Julia B. Kopp ; Julia B. Mario Benisch Mario Benisch.
Benisch hdrinc. Chapter 8: Phosphorus removal and recovery in focus of a holistic wastewater treatment of the future By. Maike Beier ; Maike Beier. Yvonne Schneider Yvonne Schneider. Chapter 9: Phosphorus removal: An economic assessment By.
Peter Baumann Peter Baumann. Chapter Modeling the phosphorus cycle in the wastewater treatment process By. Damien J. Batstone ; Damien J. Lyngby, Denmark xfa kt. Helene Hauduc Helene Hauduc. Chapter Wastewater as a resource: From rare earth metals to phosphorus By. Christian Adam ; Christian Adam. Chapter From push to pull: Coupling the diverse phosphorus products to the market By. Korneel Rabaey ; Korneel Rabaey. A, Gent, Belgium korneel.
Aalke de Jong ; Aalke de Jong. Olaf van der Kolk Olaf van der Kolk. Chapter Phosphorus recovery — the North American perspective By. Chapter The current situation regarding phosphorus recovery in Asian countries By. Masaki Takaoka Masaki Takaoka. Chapter New research ideas for phosphorus recovery from wastewater and sewage sludge ash By.
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Phosphorus has always been both a curse and a blessing. On the one hand, it is essential for all life forms and cannot be replaced by anything. On the other hand, wastewater treatment aims to minimize phosphorus concentrations in wastewater in order to minimize its discharge into rivers and lakes, where eutrophication caused by high phosphorus concentrations would lead to excessive plant growth. Phosphorus is extracted from rock phosphate deposits, which are finite and non-renewable. And as the issue of resource conservation is the focus of attention worldwide, phosphorus must be used sustainably.
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