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Summary of the ESPP – BOKU webinar, 2nd February 2022, on “Legacy Phosphorus” and a selection of recent, relevant scientific publications.
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Summaries of several conferences on phosphorus management, nutrient recycling and sustainable fertilisers:.
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Summary of the webinar organised by ESPP, with EABA (European Algae Biomass Association) on regulatory questions around valorisation of nutrients and other materials from waste-derived algae.
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Summary of ESPP webinars discussing nutrients in EU policies, and in particular, the nutrient loss reduction target fixed by the EU Farm-to-Fork and Biodiversity Strategies.
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How iron impacts phosphorus availability in soils and agriculture. Interactions between iron in sewage P-removal and phosphorus recovery. Iron-based phosphorus adsorbents for P-removal from wastewater or surface waters and
Update on studies assessing fertiliser value of struvite
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This is the second SCOPE Newsletter special issue addressing the links between phosphorus, nutrients and climate change, in cooperation between the Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance, North America, and the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform.
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Summary of the expert webinar co-organised by the European Commission (DG GROW and JRC) and ESPP, with the EU industries using the specific form of phosphorus P4 its derivatives. Provides detailed information on flows and end-uses, as input to the EU MSA (Material System Analysis) of “Phosphorus” (P4) as a Critical Raw Material.
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SCOPE Nutrients and Climate Change: (1) – Aquatic Methane Emissions
This is the first of several SCOPE Newsletter special issues addressing the links between phosphorus, nutrients and climate change. These special issues are produced in cooperation between the Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance, North America, and the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform.
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Summary of three conferences on biosolids management (sewage sludge)
- Berlin sludge conference 2019 (Berliner Klärschlammkonferenz), 4-5 November 2019, Berlin
- 5th European Conference on Sludge Management (ECSM), 7-8 October 2019, Liège
- 24th European Biosolids Conference, AquaEnviro, Manchester 19-20 November 2019
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In this SCOPE newsletter:
Summary of the ESPP waste water policy workshop
(sewage phosphorus removal perspectives and discharge limits)
Liège, 9th October 2019
With: Veolia, Suez, Aquafin, Wessex Water, Severn Trent Water / UKWIR, EGLV (Emschergenossenschaft & Lippeverband), VEAS Norway, Helsinki HSY, Kemira, EUREAU, ENEA (Italian P Platform), MM (Milan’s water operator), Aqua Publica, Denmark Ministry of Environment and Food, European Commission (DG Environment, DG Research & Innovation)
In this SCOPE newsletter:
Summary of the 3rd IWA
Resource Recovery Conference (IWARR 2019)
Summary of the 9th International Phosphorus Workshop (IPW9)
ETH Zurich, 8 – 12 July 2019:
SCOPE summary edition of the 1st Summit of the Organic Fertiliser Industry in Europe (SOFIE), 5 - 6 June 2019, organised by ESPP. SOFIE brought together, for the first time ever, the European carbon-based fertiliser sector, and attracted over 125 participants, from industry (two thirds of participants), regulators, stakeholders and R&D, covering 14 European countries, as well as India and North America.
One of the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP)’s objectives is to be a hub for networking, for exchange of information and for interaction between research and industry. This SCOPE special edition aims to identify and summarise some of the most significant, recent, scientific publications into phosphorus stewardship. The following list of papers are summarised.
Summary of the 3rd European Sustainable Phosphorus Conference (ESPC3), Helsinki, 11 - 13 June 2018
The 3rd European Sustainable Phosphorus Conference (ESPC3), co-organised by Baltic Sea Action Group (BSAG) and ESPP, brought together nearly 300 participants from 30 countries, significantly increased from ESPC1 (Brussels 2013) and ESPC2 (Berlin 2015).