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Record nummer 2245327
Titel Governance of Phosphate Recovery from Wastewater in Amsterdam : Understanding Waternet’s practices regarding phosphate recovery from wastewater and the circular goals of the municipality of Amsterdam through an Adaptive Management approach
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Rolien de Jong
Auteur(s) Jong, R. de
Uitgever [S.l.] : [s.n.]
Jaar van uitgave 2017
Pagina's 35 p
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Publicatie type Studentenverslag
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) This research deals with governance of phosphate recovery from wastewater in Amsterdam. Worldwide phosphate is becoming scarce. Therefore, reusing and recovering phosphate is becoming attractive and important. Waternet is responsible for the water management in and around Amsterdam, and recovers phosphate from wastewater. Waternet plays a role in realizing the goal of the Municipality of Amsterdam to transit to a Circular Economy, which includes recovering resources from wastewater. However, Waternet’s decisions about recovering measures are made as technical opportunities arise, which makes it uncertain if Waternet’s measures, such as phosphate recovery, are the most beneficial in terms of the transition to a Circular Economy. Adaptive Management is a management framework, which can help to understand the context and uncertainties involved in finding the most sustainable solution in a given context through continuously learning and adjusting decision-making, and will therefore be applied to the governance of phosphate recovery from wastewater in Amsterdam.
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