Chemical industry eyes phosphate recovery from sewage

The phosphate industry wants water companies' help in investigating sewage treatment as a potential source of phosphorus. Recovering the element from sewage could contribute to sustainability by reducing the mining of phosphate rock and the generation of wastes laden with toxic metals. It could also reduce mineral processing costs and the costs of sludge disposal for water companies.

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