6/2007 Phosphorus recycling in Canada
North America’s first full-scale commercial struvite recovery reactor started operation in Edmonton, Canada, in early 2007. Built by Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc., the plant is based on the fluidised bed reactor technology developed by UBC (University of British Columbia) over recent years. The struvite fertiliser produced is marketed under the name of Crystal Green. A further project is now being tested, with a pilot plant at the Clean Water Services Durham Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility, Oregon.
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