This week the goals and findings of ManureEcoMine project are being presented at two major European scientific events on phosphorous sustainable management taking place in Berlin: the workshop “Circular Approaches to Phosphorous: from research to deployment” and the “2nd European Sustainable Phosphorus Conference”.
Organised by EU DG Research, & Innovation, ESPP and P-REX, the workshop “Circular Approaches to Phosphous: from research to Deployment” (4th March) aims at bringing about European projects that address phosphorous recovery and management. Dr Maël Ruscalleda will give the presentation: “P-recovery from manure for green-fertilizers production: The ManureEcoMine project".
The 2nd European Phosphorous Conference (5-6th March) will showcase phosphorus management success stories and business cases, with presentations and parallel sessions covering the themes below, and working round-tables to enable participants to meet and discuss joint actions and projects. The conference follows the successful first edition of the ESPC (European Sustainable Phosphorus Conference) in Brussels in 2013, and the launch of the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform ESPC2. Again, LEQUIA researchers present the poster “Up-flow velocity influence on struvite particle size distribution” (Tarragó, E., Puig, S., Ruscalleda, M., Balaguer, MD., Colprim, J.), that illustrates some of the findings of the EU project ManureEcoMine.