In the presentation on “PHOS4green – Implementation of a plant for the production of 60,000 t/a fertilizer from sewage sludge ashes at the Haldensleben site”, Jan Kirchhof, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH and Torsten Brumme, Seraplant GmbH will present the innovative PHOS4green process, with which the essential and sought-after nutrient phosphorus can be recovered from sewage sludge ashes and used for new phosphate or compound fertilizers.
Outside-in process from the plant manufacturer: From the idea to market maturity – the future is made by the team.
For decades, fluid bed equipment has been considered the top class for the production of dust-free, soluble or functional granulates and pellets. Why Glatt Ingenieurtechnik approaches product ideas with an open mind to technology and how this advances the customer’s innovation process. Whoever comes to Glatt is looking for exactly that. Synergy effects also result from cooperation with university partners and our involvement in competence networks and research projects. Our employees make a very significant contribution to the success of complex innovation projects; highly motivated colleagues who contribute their expertise and ability to think outside the box in collaboration with our customers. (German article)
How can waste management companies in the Rhine-Main economic region join forces and make phosphorus recyclable for the nutrient cycle, as required by law from 2029? This question is being addressed by the nine players in the RePhoRM joint project. Glatt Ingenieurtechnik GmbH, a plant engineering company based in Weimar, Germany, is contributing its expertise to two subprojects: the planning and construction of a container plant in Industriepark Höchst and the studies on spray granulation of purified secondary phosphorus.
In order to stay ahead in the race for the market success of new products, the concept phase is crucial. Through pre-engineering, the plant manufacturer Glatt puts investment decisions on a firm footing and enables sub-projects to be brought forward. (German article)