Phosphorus Recovery by Glatt PHOS4green

Waste-free phosphorus recovery from sewage sludge ashes for high-performance fertilizers that comply with the German Fertilizer Ordinance (DüMV) / Regulation EG No. 2019/1009

The Sewage Sludge Ordinance has triggered major changes throughout Germany: Phosphorus recovery is mandatory by law and‚ application of the sludge directly to the soil is no longer permitted. Accordingly, sewage plant operators must review their concepts for sewage sludge disposal and, if necessary, reconsider them. The challenge is to create sustainable solutions that ensure sewage sludge utilization is viable well in to the future.

Other countries have also responded to the global shortage of phosphorus with regulations, and further rules will follow. With viable innovations that close the phosphorus material cycle, Germany can take on a pioneering role in this critical initiative.

With PHOS4green, we have developed an innovative patent-protected process to recover the essential nutrient phosphorus from sewage sludge ashes and use it for new phosphate or compound fertilizers.

Benefit from PHOS4green:

Produce ready-to-use fertilizers from phosphorus recovery from local resources!

Use our PHOS4green process to close the nutrient cycle!

Fulfill the legal obligation to recycle phosphorus economically from sewage sludge!

Glatt PHOS4green for Sustainability

     
Sustainable

by

Circular

Value Creation.

This distinguishes Glatt technology from other processes:

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Glatt PHOS4green: first production plant for fertilizer from sewage sludge in operation at Seraplant

Production starts at first German PHOS4green plant for recycled fertilizers. Residue-free production of ready-to-use fertilizer from phosphate-containing sewage sludge ash is now possible,
thanks to plant manufacturer and process expert Glatt Ingenieurtechnik, and fertilizer specialist Seraplant. The official commissioning on May 31, 2021, was attended by Prof Dr Armin Willingmann, Saxony-Anhalt’s Minister for Economics, Science and Digitalization.

BROADCAST

Clipping from the MDR – Broadcast “ECHT”

(German Documentation)

Title: “Das Geschäft mit dem Geschäft – Klärschlammverbrennung im Geiseltal.”
of Dec. 4, 2019 (in German).  
Licensor: Telepool GmbH, Leipzig