1p1: Resource recovery from source-separated domestic wastewaters and food waste, experiences from 4 European demo-sites
Current fertiliser production practices are not sustainable. Phosphate rock is a non-renewable resource, and the nitrogen-based fertilisers production is highly energy-intensive, currently relying on the use of fossil fuels. There is increased recognition that domestic wastewater carries resources that can be recovered for reuse, contributing to the circular economy: nutrients, carbon, energy and water.
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